Research experience regarding research and development
The InnovITech Kft. has active experience and researchers in the field of research and development, which can be applied during research activities and the conceptualisation regarding research. Our staff includes programmers, software designer mathematicians, mathematicians, engineers and IT specialists. Many members of the management have the scientific degree of Doctor of Mathematics and Information Technology, are active researchers and the authors of many scientific publications.
Mr. Dr. Szabolcs Márien
PhD. in Mathematics and Computing Science (2012) in the University of Debrecen; university degree in software design (2000) in the University of Debrecen
Field of research: analysis of the decision structures of the object oriented-planning principles and planning patterns, introduction of new planning principles; introduction of planning metrics characteristic for the quality of the decision structure of object-oriented programs; object-oriented planning – UML-based planning methods.
Besides research, he obtained software design and project manager experience in many projects.
Main projects: “eFilter” a system managing information from customer databases filtered on the basis of health profile; Video Content Management (Telekom); “IFF” – Integrated Factoring and Ledger System (Magnet Bank), Hungarian Database for the Operational Risk (Hungarian Banking Association).
Mr. Dr. Gábor Kusper
PhD in Informatics and Mathematics (2005), RISC-Linz, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria; university degree in software design (1999) in the University of Debrecen
Field of research: artificial intelligence; expert systems; formal methods; Internet of the Future; AutoID technologies; SAT problem; object-oriented programming; programming technologies.
Mr. Dr. Zoltán Kaiser
PhD. in Mathematics and Computing Science (2006) in the University of Debrecen; university degree in software design (2000) in the University of Debrecen
Field of research: mathematical analysis – functional equations; analysis of functional inequalities, stability theory of functional equations.