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The Faculty is member of significant international scientific organizations, which provides the continuous knowledge transfer and the recognition and application of newest scientific results. The most important organizations are: European Association for Research in Transportation (hEART), European Conference of Transport Research Institutes (ECTRI), European Road Transport Research Advisory Council (ERTRAC), Association for European Transport (AET) and IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (IEEE ITSS).

The main intellectual reserves of the university was and still is the professorial research base. The professors of the university have always been very active in the practical and theoretical research fields and have been contributing a lot to real world sollutions. Recieved government tenders have been growing in numbers and the Faculty has achieved lots of success on OTKA competitions which shows just how active we are on the field. The Faculty also had several partnerships with Hungary based multinational companies, one of these partnerships was made with Knorr-Bremse who formed an R&D facility within the university.

During our Faculties scientific research studies and educational activity we have been able to make excellent partnerships on an international level thus enchancing the quality of our papers. We have close work-relationships with austrian, german, dutch, french and swiss unviersities. We have also been very busy in maintining relationships with our countries old Eastern block partners, namely. polish, ukrainian, slovak and russian. The fact that we trying to attend on every scientific conference in the area helps us to manage our own ones. We also taking part in the CEEPUS and SOCRATES-ERASMUS competitions which help us to stay in contact with our European counterparts.

Our Faculty is member ECTRI (European Conference of Transport Research Institutes) since 2015. Through ECTRI we receive direct information about H2020 calls and we also have the opportunity to formulate suggestions. Furthermore through the Thematic Groups we can directly participate in proposals.


Research fields of the departments