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Dr. Biczók Gergely (HIT)
Bankó Bence (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2015-2016 Autumn)

Survey of the ac. tration feeding options and comparison of their features

Dr. Varjú György (VET)
Ikker Péter (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2013-2014 Autumn)

Application of Probabilistic Load-Flow Methods for High Voltage Grid Planning

Szabó László (VET)
Bock Dávid (MSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2011-2012 Spring)

Realtime Browser Multiplayer Game Development

Imre Gábor (AUT)
Urbanovics Simon (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2014-2015 Spring)

Field Oriented Control of AC Drives

Dr. Stumpf Péter Pál (AUT)
Papolczi Hunor (MSc degree, other programme, 2015-2016 Spring)

Development of a database browser over changing schemes

Dr. Charaf Hassan (AUT)
Gergácz Bálint (MSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2011-2012 Autumn)

Current vector controls of AC drives

Dr. Veszprémi Károly (VET)
Szabó Gergely (MSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2016-2017 Autumn)

Development of real-time behavior planning algorithms for autonomous vehicles

Kiss Domokos (AUT)
Láncz Gergő (MSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2018-2019 Autumn)

Ifluence of AC stresses on the efficiency of chatodic protection

Dr. Kiss István (VET)
Horváth Dezső (BSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2014-2015 Autumn)

Real-Time Simulation of AC Drives

Dr. Varjasi István (AUT)
Stief Anna (MSc degree, electrical engineering programme, 2014-2015 Spring)

Field Oriented Control of AC drive

Dr. Stumpf Péter Pál (AUT)
Kószó Simon (MSc degree, other programme, 2017-2018 Autumn)

Internet service model of variable bandwidth

Dr. Kósa Zsuzsanna Mária (TMIT)
Bartos Bence (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2016-2017 Autumn)

Development of a driverless interface to inspect partial dependence between features

Gáspár Csaba (TMIT)
Rehó Balázs (BSc degree, computer science and engineering programme, 2017-2018 Spring)

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