Adrián Pekár

Assistant Professor


Room: I.E. 420

Adrian graduated from the Technical University of Kosice (TUKE), Slovakia in 2011. Since then, his scientific research has focused on the optimisation of network traffic measurement and monitoring platforms. He defended his PhD thesis in the field of computer networks in 2014. Subsequently, he decided to shift to a practical area and have become a Virtual Infrastructure Network and Systems Engineer at the Institute of Computer Technology of TUKE.

In September 2016, Adrian accepted a Postdoctoral Fellow position at the School of Engineering and Computer Science, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. As a Postdoc, he was working on the enhancement of network traffic classification, measurement data reduction and visualisation techniques in traditional and software-defined networks.

Since April 2019, he works for the Department of Networked Systems and Services, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary as an Assistant Professor (Lecturer).