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Leaders of the Faculty

Dr. Péter Mándoki – Dean

Dr. Peter MandokiMy aim is to shape and realize such a development strategy for the faculty, which reinforces our leading role in the national context and also to strengthen our international position. It is crucial that we elaborate a widely approved development strategy, which determines both our short and long-term objectives , while staying in-line with the BME strategy guidelines. One of my main objectives is to enhance the faculty’s scientifical performance. This includes increasing the performance of the publications and the numbers of scientific degrees (PhD, habil. and doctor of MTA). I would also make a better use of the modern tools of infocommunication on a daily basis.

Dr. Ádám Török – Vice dean for scientific and international affairs

Dr. Adam TorokThe definition of success in my position would be the state that I could offer equally help to every special field of the faculty. I find it important to re-use successful routines of certain departments on the other organizational units, since the faculty’s departments can only achieve limited success as a separated entity. The vehicle industry is a key area within the global industry development, transportation solutions are high priority within the EU, and the field of logistics and it’s development plays a very important role within the international business areas.

Dr. Ferenc Mészáros – Vice dean for education

Dr. Ferenc MeszarosMy primary aim is to continue solving the received opportunity for higher satisfaction among the colleagues and students. During you tasks I will lean on the collected experience at the faculty, the best practices, my previous work as a head of dean’s office and education committee, my teaching and administrative colleagues, and representatives of the student community.

Dr. István Varga – Vice dean for finances

Dr. Istvan VargaAs an economic vice dean I have the possibility to help the faculty’s deans from the economic and financial side. I find it very important to closely control the faculty’s financial sustainability. To be able to fulfil my role I previously gathered experience in the given field and with related tasks. I also find it very important to strengthen the flow of finance related information within the faculty.

Deans of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering

Deans of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering

1951–1952
Dr. Rostásy István, director of KME
1952–1955
Dr. Turányi István, director of KME
1955–1957
Dr. Turányi István, dean of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering
1957–1964
Dr. Kádas Kálmán, dean of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering
1964–1967
Dr. Silbersdorff László, dean of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering
1967–1973
Dr. Turányi István, dean of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering
1973–1979
Dr. Orosz József, dean of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering
1979–1985
Dr. Lévai Zoltán, dean of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering
1985–1990
Dr. Michelberger Pál, dean of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering
1990–1997
Dr. Zobory István, dean of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering
1997–2005
Kövesné Dr. Gilicze Éva, dean of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering
2005–2012
Dr. Kulcsár Béla, dean of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering
2012–2019
Dr. Varga István, dean of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering
2019–
Dr. Péter Mándoki, dean of the Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering