Basics of Agricultural Engineering Research Group

RESEARCH GROUP LEADER: István Szabó PhD., professor


Professor: 1
Associate professor: 4
Assistant professor: 1
Assistant: 1
PhD student: 3

Modelling, Motion analysis of the mechanisms and impact assessment, Design of machine elements, Design and failure test of bearings, Field test of grain harvesting machines, Planning adapter for sunflower harvesting, Design of seeder system, energy cane planter and synthetic fertilization equipment, Mechanical engineering

Scientific Society for Mechanical Engineering
Hungarian Society for Agricultural Sciences
International Commission of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering

Hungarian Institute of Agricultural Engineering
CLAAS Hungary Ltd., Hungary
Moscow State Agricultural University of V.P. Goryachkin, Russia
Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany
Rhenish Friedrich-Wilhelm University of Bonn, Germany
Technical University of Dortmund, Germany

development of agricultural equipments
measurement of the agricultural equipments' operational parameters
consulting (design of agricultural machinery, operation)
adult education (agricultural working machines, precision agriculture)


NFÜ KMOP Technology and Science Education Centre, Regional Centre for Knowledge Transfer (2010)
EU FP7 Food Refrigeration Innovations for Safety, consumers’ Benefit, Environmental impact and Energy optimisation along the cold chain in Europe, FRISBEE (2010)
NKTH TECH Electronic public services based on intelligent identification devices (2008)
OTKA Modelling and optimization of plant cluster structures prepared for non-food purpose (2007)
NKTH Jedlik The development of energy cane mass production technology and the agro-franchise-type model for renewable energy sources (2007)
OM Establishment of the environmental industry and applied technical IT practical training centre (2006)
NFÜ HEFOP CAE in Continuing Education of Engineers (2006)
NFÜ HEFOP Engineering IT Centre (2005)
EU LLP Leonardo Development and testing of multilingual e-learning materials and courses in advanced engineering subject based on reusable elements, second generation e-learning architecture and methodology, e2ngineering (2005)