Ármin Petkovics

PhD Student

Email: petkovics@hit.bme.hu

Room: I.L. 118

Phone: +36 1 463 2095

Curriculum Vitae

 Ármin Petkovics , PhD student


Birth                            Subotica, 01. 10. 1985.



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

Tel: (+36) 1 463-2095

Email: petkovics@hit.bme.hu

Current position: PhD student, MEDIANETS Laboratory





2013-                 Ph.D. student, lecturer,  Department of Networked Systems and Services, BME



Education and degrees


2012                M.Sc in Telecommunication Engineering, BME

Title of the Thesis: “Energy efficiency algorithms for 3G/4G mobile networks



Memberships and positions


2013-              MEDIANETS Laboratory at BME

2013-              EIT ICT Labs Doctoral School

2013-              High Speed Networking Laboratory at BME, PhD student member

2012-              The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), student member

Scientific Association for Infocommunications Hungary (HTE):

2008-             Telecommunications Section, member

2010-              Youth Committee, chairman



Spoken languages






Awards and scholarships


Golden Medal of the Hungarian Scientific Association for Infocommunications , 2013

Silver Medal of the Hungarian Scientific Association for Infocommunications, 2010

Scholarship of the Republic of Hungary for Doctoral Studies, 2013-2016



Teaching activities

Media Communications Networks 2012-

Measurement Technology, laboratory exercises, 2013-



Scientific projects


Digital community places of the future, research project by EIT-ICT Labs, 2013

  • application of crowdsensing in public transport tracking



Industrial Cooperations


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

Projection of mobile cell loads“, T-Mobile Hungary, 2010



Research areas

  • Mobile crowdsensing applications
  • Energy efficiency in 3G/4G and ad hoc mobile networks