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Kovács László

az osztályvezető

Member of DSD since 1994. 15. 11.

Dr. Kovács László, műszaki doktor, az MTA SZTAKI Elosztott Rendszerek Osztályának (DSD) alapítója és vezetője. Pályafutása kezdetén számos projektben vett részt a számítástechnikai hálózat protokollok kialakítása, a specifikáció és kivitelezés területein. Külföldi egyetemek és kutatóintézetek vendégoktatójaként tanított és kutatott éveken keresztül (University of Montreal, Kanada, University of Delaware, USA, École Normale Supérieure de Cachan, Franciaország). A W3C Tanácsadó Testületének tagja, számos nemzetközi tudományos konferencia elnöke, szervező és programbizottsági tagja, tudományos folyóirat szerkesztőbizottsági tagja.

Dr. András Micsik

team leader, senior researcher

Member of DSD since 1994. 15. 11.

Dr. András Micsik is currently doing research on the application of Semantic Web and Linked Open Data in various areas such as digital repositories, clouds, e-science platforms, etc.

Balázs Pataki

Race: chimpanzee

Member of DSD since 1997. 01. 10.

Chimpanzees are like humans, except they do not shave and have nicer glasses. Chimpanzees are smarter than human: they are able to learn a lot of things from humans (I, for example, can even write my resume, you see, with four hands!), but have you ever seen a human beeing hanging with one hand on a banana tree saying "eeyk-eeyk goo-goo-gaa-hahahaa-goo-goo-goo"? Although human beings are not able (or willing?) to learn from chimpanzees, they are quite nice domestic animals. Those of DSD, for example, let me program in Java, C or Perl, allow me to contribute to their international projects or even let me play around with their dictionary. But hanging one hand on a banana tree, well, that's The Real Thing, believe me...

Zoltán Tóth

alias Sac

Member of DSD since 2000. 01. 07.

I am sac. It is not too difficult to write down, just 3 simple letters without any meaning: s-a-c. It is as simple as I am. Being sac means that I can write programs in C, PHP, Java and in a lot of other languages. I have written some scientific papers, mostly as a PHd student of the University of Veszprém. I have taken my chance and knowledge with the Photoshop, and I'm not afraid of taking experiments with 3d ray-tracing software.

Péter Pallinger

Member of DSD since 2005. 01. 09.

I'm an engineer in Information Technologies. My main interests lie in intelligent and learning systems as well as current semantic web technologies and ontologies.

Éva Virág

Member of DSD since 2010. 01. 01.

I graduated as a teacher of English language and literature, then got a degree in economic diplomacy and management at the Budapest Business School. After teaching for 8 years, I worked in the Hungarian National Museum in exhibition organizing for 1.5 years. From 2006 I acted as an assistant and regional project coordinator for a multinational company. I joined SZTAKI DSD in 2010 January, here I am dealing mainly with project administration and management.

Norbert Finta

Member of DSD since 2017. 01. 10.

I earned my master's degree (MSc) at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (BME-VIK). So far, I have mostly used JAVA and Kotlin, but I'm always eager to learn new programming languages and technologies. 

Mihály Naszradi

Member of DSD since 2015. 01. 09.

I earned my Bachelor's degree at the Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Informatics. My main interests are JavaScript, JAVA, OpenGL and OSG programming. In my free time I like reading, playing the guitar, swimming, watching movies and series. 

Melinda Tekla Siket

Member of DSD since 2018. 01. 10.

I'm currently studying at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics. I mostly use JAVA, I am interested in Android based software development, but I would like to use JavaScript as well. I spend most of my free time reading, and organizing events for my faculty.

Dániel Martin

Member of DSD since 2018. 01. 10.

I'm a student at Eötvös Loránd University at the Faculty of Informatics. I'm interested in computer science primarily from a theoretical perspective, and I especially like programming in C# and C/C++. In my free time, I like to write small apps and utilities.

Attila Marx

Member of DSD since 2021. 01. 03.

I'm a student at Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics. While I have the most experience with JAVA and C#, I am certainly interested in other fields of programming whether it’s connected to mobile, web or desktop app development. I spend my free time reading, programming, occasionally cycling or practicing archery.