Dr. Simon Vilmos

Associate Professor
Head of laboratory

Email: svilmos@hit.bme.hu

Szoba: I.E. 432

Telefon: +36 1 463 1016


Curriculum Vitae

 Simon Vilmos Ph.D.

 

Birth                            Novi Sad, 26. 08. 1979.

 

Address:     

Department of Networked Systems and Services, Budapest University of Technology and Economics Magyar Tudósok krt. 2., Budapest, Hungary-1117.

Tel: (+36) 1 463-3261, Fax: (+36) 1 463 3263

Email: svilmos@hit.bme.hu

 

Current position: Associate Professor, Head of MEDIANETS Laboratory, Deputy Head of Department of Networked Systems and Services

 

 Employment

 

2014-                Associate Professor, Department of Networked Systems and Services, BME

 

2009-2014       Assistant Professor, Department of Telecommunications, BME

 

2009                  Scientific research fellow, Department of Telecommunications, BME

 

2006-2008       Assistant Lecturer, Department of Telecommunications, BME

 

2003-2006.      Ph.D. student, Department of Telecommunications, BME

 

Education and degrees

 

2003                M.Sc in Telecommunication Engineering, BME, 2003

Title of the Thesis: “Optimization of Hierarchical Mobile IPv6

 

2009                Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering

Title of the Theses: Mobility Management Algorithms for Reducing Signaling Overhead in Next Generation  Mobile Networks

 

Memberships and positions

 

Zala Autonomous Vehicle Cluster – Corporate liaison vice president, 2018-

 

PARIPA Program (Industrial Partnership – Student Training and Scholarship Program) director, 2017-

 

EIT Digital, BME VCC Master program coordinator, 2015-2018

 

EIT Digital, BME Outreach leader, 2012-2015

 

EIT Digital, BME Education leader, 2009-2013

 

Member of public body of Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2009-

 

BME Habilitation Committee and PhD Council, 2009-2013

 

Scientific Association for Infocommunications Hungary, President of the Telecommunications Section, 2010-2015

 

MEDIANETS Laboratory at BME, 2007-

 

Inter University Research Centre for Telecommunications and Informatics (ETIK), 2004-2007

 

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), member 2002-

 

High Speed Networking Laboratory at BME, Head of research team, 2002-

 

Mobile Communications Laboratory at BME, 2001-2007

 

Spoken languages

 

English

Hungarian

Serbian-Croatian

 

Awards and scholarships

 

Dean’s Honor (BME VIK), 2017

 

Puskás Tivadar Award (highest award of Hungarian Scientific Association for Infocommunications Hungary), 2015

 

Golden Medal of the Hungarian Scientific Association for Infocommunications , 2012

 

Silver Medal of the Hungarian Scientific Association for Infocommunications, 2010

 

Crystal Ball of the Hungarian College for Higher Education in Vojvodina, 2007

 

Scholarship of the Republic of Hungary for Doctoral Studies, 2003-2006

 

1st Prize, Scientific Students’ Associations at BME, 2002, “Arpad Huszak, Vilmos Simon: Optimization algorithms for Regional registration and Hierarchical IPv6”

 

Teaching activities

Computer Networks, 2009-

V2X Communication Technologies of Autonomous Vehicles, 2017-

Media Communications Networks 2009-2017

Future Internet, 2015-

Mobile telecommunications, laboratory exercises, 2003-2006

Measurement Technology, laboratory exercises, 2003-2004

Mobile Internet, 2007-2012

 

Scientific projects

AI based Intelligent Transportation System, VKE project, 2019-

Autonomous warehouse and last mile delivery (AWARD), EIT Digital, 2018

FIRST (Future Internet Research, Services and Technology), TÁMOP-4.2.2.C-11/1/KONV-2012-0001 Self-organizing networks research group leader, 2012-2014

BIONETS (BIOlogically-inspired autonomic NETworks and Services), EU 6th Framework Integrated Project, Work Package leader, 2006-2009

IST-ANEMONE (Advanced Next gEneration Mobile Open Network), EU 6th Framework, 2006-2008

ETIK: Coexistence and Interworking Issues of Heterogeneous Mobile Networks, 2004-2006

NEWCOM (Network of Excellence in Wireless COMmunications), EU 6th Framework, 2004-2007

Mobile Innovation Center Integrated Project: 1.1: Radio traffic and resource management of mobile networks, 2005-2008

 

 

Industrial Cooperations

Nokia Bell Labs: Digital Profiling, 2017-2018

T-Systems: Intelligent Parking System, 2017

Ericsson High Speed Networks (HSN) CFT project: Mobile crowdsensing in smart cities, 2014-2015

Smart Metering Project for the Magyar Telekom, 2011

 

 

Research areas

  • Machine learning and data analytics for intelligent and automated cities
  • Self-organized mobile networks
  • Flocking optimization in autonomous networks
  • Mobile crowdsensing applications
  • Autonomous evolution of communications protocols