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Design and development of modern web application on Java Spring platform

Dr. Ekler Péter (AUT)
Vadász Sára (MSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2018-2019 Spring)

Modular application development of Liferay platform

Imre Gábor (AUT)
Turcsányi László József (MSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2013-2014 Spring)

Developing a modular home automation test environment

Szabó Zoltán (AUT)
Pásztor Ákos Marcel (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2014-2015 Autumn)

Modern news portal with JavaScript technologies

Dr. Ekler Péter (AUT)
Kosztolnik Bence (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2016-2017 Spring)

Problems and solutions of vehicle model change in automotive industry

Oláh István (AUT)
Bognár Zsolt (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2016-2017 Autumn)

Modular Android application development in Kotlin

Dr. Forstner Bertalan (AUT)
Szőke Máté (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2018-2019 Autumn)

Model-driven application development in .NET environment

Dr. Kővári Bence András (AUT)
Csiszár Áron (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2016-2017 Spring)

Modern software architectures in web applications for agile development

Dr. Kővári Bence András (AUT)
Hurtony Péter (MSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2017-2018 Autumn)

Development of a modern peer-to-peer client for mobile platforms

Dr. Ekler Péter (AUT)
Pásztor Dániel (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2016-2017 Autumn)

Design, implementation and testing of modern, responsive web applications

Dr. Ekler Péter (AUT)
Verasztó László (MSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2015-2016 Spring)

Surveying Modern Web API Technologies

Simon Gábor (AUT)
Marczin Dániel István (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2018-2019 Autumn)

Modular home automation with a BeagleBone Black central module

Kardos Gergely (AUT)
Zalán György (MSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2014-2015 Autumn)

Modular home automation with a Raspberry PI-based central unit

Kardos Gergely (AUT)
Szendrei Balázs (MSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2014-2015 Autumn)

State-of-the-art IT solutions in education

Dr. Csorba Kristóf (AUT)
Urbanovics Péter (MSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2018-2019 Spring)

Applying modern software development methods for embedded systems

Szabó Zoltán (AUT)
Bognár Balázs (MSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2013-2014 Autumn)

Web-based Moderation System for Sympa Mailing List Server

Simon Gábor (AUT)
Koczka Tamás (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2011-2012 Autumn)

Albert István (AUT)
Magyari Gábor (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2010-2011 Spring)

Realizability Investigation of Modifiable Instruction Set Microprocessors

Kiss Domokos (AUT)
Szilágyi Attila (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2012-2013 Autumn)

Modern vehicle control algorithms

Kiss Domokos (AUT)
Major Attila (MSc degree, other programme, 2018-2019 Autumn)

Thermoregulation control module of a modular home automation system

Kardos Gergely (AUT)
Miklósi Ádám János (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2013-2014 Autumn)