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Analysis of vehicles' traceability in VANETs

Dr. Holczer Tamás (HIT)
Szilágyi Éva (5-grade degree, electrical engineering programme, 2010-2011 Autumn)

Implementation of an IR controlled media player

Lois László Dr. (HIT)
Gecse Csaba (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2010-2011 Autumn)

Analysis of V2X-based traffic management solutions

Dr. Bokor László (HIT)
Kovács Dániel (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2016-2017 Spring)

Secure operation of Java applications in a DevOps environment

Dr. Buttyán Levente (HIT)
Miriszlai Balázs (MSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2018-2019 Autumn)

Development of an Android based inter-vehicular communication application

Dr. Fazekas Péter (HIT)
Maehlum Anders Riise (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2014-2015 Autumn)

Development of Game Theory Framework

Dr. Imre Sándor (HIT)
Sipos Zsolt Tibor (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2015-2016 Spring)

Application of Game Theory in Ad hoc Networks

Dr. Imre Sándor (HIT)
Szabó Bence (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2015-2016 Spring)

Design and implementation of a Linux-based system for car-to-X communication

Dr. Bokor László (HIT)
Wilk Gábor (MSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2016-2017 Autumn)

J2ALL - Comparison of database access methods in mobile environment

Schulcz Róbert (HIT)
Gyüre Bence (5-grade degree, computer science and engineering programme (5-grade), 2010-2011 Autumn)

Development of a PKI supporting secure V2X communications

Dr. Buttyán Levente (HIT)
Kraudy Roland (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2018-2019 Autumn)

Development of intra-vehicular Android based application

Dr. Fazekas Péter (HIT)
Martinák Dániel (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2014-2015 Autumn)

Application of Gane Theory to Improve the Efficiency of Telecommunication Networks

Dr. Imre Sándor (HIT)
Szalai Zsófia (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2014-2015 Autumn)

Detecting unknown malware using bootlog analysis

Dr. Félegyházi Márk (HIT)
Ács-Kurucz Gábor (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2014-2015 Autumn)

Hailstone detection in agricultural sensor systems

Dr. Szabó Sándor (HIT)
Herczeg Attila (MSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2016-2017 Spring)

Penetration testing of vehicular infotainment systems

Dr. Holczer Tamás (HIT)
Marsi Milán Péter (MSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2017-2018 Spring)

Evaluation of IPv6 transition mechanisms in small- and medium enterprises

Dr. Bokor László (HIT)
Titton Zsuzsanna (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2010-2011 Spring)

Application of Game Theory in Dynamic Spectrum Allocation

Dr. Imre Sándor (HIT)
Koleszár Zoltán (MSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2015-2016 Autumn)

Analysis of IPv6 routing protocols

Horváth Zoltán (HIT)
Wittmann Tamás (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2012-2013 Spring)

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