Péter Várlaki PhD, DSc


Studies, Degrees

  • 1971- Graduated in Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Transportation

  • Engineering, Technical University of  Budapest

  • 1975- PhD Degree (in Mechanical Engineering)

  • 1979- CSc Degree (PhD. in Cybernetics and Information Theory in

  • Moscow) Institute for Problems of Control (Automation and Remote Control)

  • 1988- DSc Degree Hungarian Academy of Sciences

  • 1987- Prize of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences








Place and Date of Birth

Budapest, November 23, 1946


 English, Russian, German



  • 1990.- Professor of Tecnical University of Budapest

  • 1997-2002 Professor at the Dept. Of Vehicles, BUTE

  • 2001- Professor at the Dept. of Mathematics, Szechenyi Istvan University

  • 2010-Professor and Head of System Theory Laboratory, Szechenyi István University

  • 2002- Professor at the Dept. of Vehicle and Light Weight Structures

  • 2010-Professor at the Dept. of Transport and Vehicle Control


  • Membership in Academic Societies:

    • Founding member of the Hungarian Academy of Engineering

    • Editor of Acta Technica Jaurinensis

    • Editor of Acta Polytechnica Hungarica

    • Member of Editorial Board (Computer Science) The Scientific World Journal


Research Fields

  • System Identification

  • Control theory

  • Vehicle System Dynamics





The Prise of Hungarian Academy of Sciences



  • Applied Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes

  • Statistical Identification and Time Series Analysis

  • Identification of Vehicle System Dynamics

  • Fuzzy Logic and Possibility Theory



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