Gyula Mester, D. Sc., Full Professor, Academician
Gyula Mester, Full Professor, D. Sc., PhD, received his D. Sc. Degree in Engineering from the University of Novi Sad in 1977. Gyula Mester works/worked at 4 Universities and 2 Doctoral Schools in 2 countries:
- University of Szeged, Faculty of Engineering, Szeged, Faculty of Sciences and Informatics, Doctoral School of Applied Informatics, Szeged, Hungary.
- Óbuda University, Doctoral School of Safety and Security Sciences, Budapest, Hungary.
- University of Dunaújváros, Dunaújváros, Hungary.
- University of Novi Sad, Mihajlo Pupin Technical Faculty, Zrenjanin, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia/Serbia).
His professional activities contain different fields of robotics and engineering:
- cloud robotics,
- unmanned aerial vehicles,
- autonomous quadrotors,
- soft computing techniques,
- Fuzzy logic control,
- sensor-based remote control,
- humanoid robotics,
- autonomous wheeled mobile robots,
- micro- and nanorobots,
- rigid link flexible joints industrial robots,
- smart cities,
Gyula Mester is the author of 260 research papers, the number of citations is 1455, h index = 27, g index = 32, i 10 index = 35 . In the period 2009 - 2013, he was the author of the chapters in 4 Springer research monographs.
Gyula Mester is a member in the Editorial Boards/Associate Editorship of 15 scientific journals:
1. Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems, Guest Editor 2015-.
2. Acta Polytechnica Hungarica, Journal of Applied Sciences, Óbuda University, Budapest, Associate Editor, 2010-2015.
3. The IPSI BgD Transactions on Internet Research, New York, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Belgrade, Guest Editor: Special Issue, Intelligent Service Robotic Systems, Volume 8, Number 2, ISSN 1820 - 4503, July 2012.
4. The IPSI BgD Transactions on Internet Research, New York, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Belgrade, Member of Editorial Board, 2010 -.
5. The IPSI BgD Transactions on Advanced Research, New York, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Belgrade, Member of Editorial Board, 2010.
6. Bulletins for Applied Mathematics, Budapest, Member of Editorial Board, 1986 - 2000.
7. Acta Technica Corviniensis, Bulletin of Engineering, Hunedoara, Scientific Committee & Advisory Board Member, 2010 -.
8. Annals Faculty Engineering Hunedoara – International Journal of Engineering, Romania, Scientific Committee & Advisory Board Member, 2010.
9. Journal Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems - INDECS, Advisory Board Member, Zagreb, 2013 -.
10. Business Systems Research, Zagreb, Member of Advisory Board, 2013 -.
11. Műszaki tudományos Füzetek, International DAAAM, VII - XIII, Scientific Committee Member, Kolozsvár, 2002 - 2008.
12. FM Transactions, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Member of Editorial Board, Belgrade, 2015.
13. International Journal of Current Research in Engineering, Science and Technology, Editorial Board Member, India, 2016 -.
14. Journal of Robotics, Lead Guest Editor, 2016 -.
15. Review of the National Center for Digitization, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mathematics, Editorial Board Member, Belgrade 2016-.
Gyula Mester is an invited reviewer for 22 scientific journals and he was also an invited reviewer of more proceedings of scientific conferences. He was 50 times plenary, keynote, invited lecturer and he participted in organizing of the 53 national and international symposiums, conferences and congresses.
He was a contact person of the Robotics Laboratory of European Robotics Research Network at the University of Szeged. He is a member of Public Body of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He is, furthermore, a member of the 18 scientific organizations. Gyula Mester took part in a total of 35 scientific projects, as project manager, supervisor or researcher. He supervis 4 PhD students and he teaches 4 PhD courses at the Doctor School in Computer Science at the University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary. He is the supervisor for 2 PhD students at the Doctoral School on Safety and Security Sciences at the Óbuda University, Budapest, teaching 2 PhD courses: intelligent robotics, obstacle avoidance control of autonomous quad-rotor. Gyula Mester was the supervisor and external examiner of 16 PhD Thesis. In the period of 2010-2011, he was also the supervisor for postdoctoral research.
Gyula Mester was elected the Man of the Year 1997 and 2011 by the American Biographical Institute. From 27st November 2013 he is the full member of the Hungarian Academy of Engineering. His CV was published in the Marquis ‘Who’s Who in the World 1997’.