Senior lecturer at the Faculty of Transport and Vehicle Engineering, Department of Material Handling and Logistics Systems, BME, and Managing Director of INNOLOG Solutions Ltd. For 12 years he has been involved in the implementation of lean management in companies, the application of the tools and he gives company trainings as a lean consultant. His main focus is on the practical application of lean in logistics and the improvement of efficiency in logistics processes. Among several other subjects, he is a lecturer for the Introduction to Lean Approach (BSc) and for the Lean Management courses (MSc). In addition to considerable practical experience, he has an in-depth theoretical knowledge of lean tools and he has written his doctoral thesis on the application of lean in construction logistics.
visiting lecturer, occupational safety and adult education expert, lawyer, senior occupational safety specialist and entrepreneur-manager
For the past nearly twenty years, she has been involved in occupational health and safety, from publishing occupational health and safety textbooks, to providing occupational health and safety services, to teaching occupational health and safety law and procedures, in a variety of fields. She is the author, proofreader and editor of numerous teaching materials in the field of occupational safety and health or related to this field.
She is committed to the targeted, cost-effective and systematic development of companies' OSH activities.
senior consultant, trainer, business coach
Anikó has a degree in economics and more than 20 years of international experience, mostly in large corporate environments. She worked for 13 years as a consultant in a multinational consulting company on process development and IT system implementation projects. Her expertise was in project related change management, stakeholder management, communication and training. For three years, she managed the change management practice in the Central and Eastern European region as a senior consultant, responsible for both the services offered to corporate clients and the professional development of consultants. As a project manager, she gained experience in the planning, marketing and day-to-day operational management of consultancy projects.
Since 2011 she has been training and coaching professionally. Her experience in management consulting and project management supports the planning and management of complex development programmes for multinational and large corporate clients. As a trainer, she delivers in-person and virtual leadership and communication training courses tailored to corporate needs.
She has been actively involved in various higher education institutions as an invited lecturer and thesis advisor since 2005.
logistics systems designer, certified logistics expert, MLBKT logistics magistrate, trainer
Associate Professor, Head of Department, Department of Material Handling and Logistics Systems (commonly known as ALRT), leading lecturer in the field of logistics systems planning and modelling. In the last decade, he has been project manager of several successful warehouse and production systems and processes, mainly in large enterprises. Founder of ALRT Engineering. In his R&D projects he is involved in mathematical modelling of the operation of logistics systems, the application of artificial intelligence solutions in logistics and city logistics. He researches and investigates the possibilities of integrating advanced optimization methods into practical logistics decision support solutions. In this context, he has been involved in the development and implementation of several innovative solutions, also mainly in large companies, which have been proven in practice. In addition, as a professional consultant, he has played a permanent development, brainstorming and knowledge-sharing role in the development of the Budapest city logistics system. His work in this field was recognised by the Radó Dezső Award of the Hungarian professional organisations in 2012. In addition, he is a regular speaker at professional conferences and workshops, and a leading trainer for corporate and open training. He participates in the professional working groups of the Hungarian Logistics Purchasing and Stockholding Society (MLBKT) and is a member of the Interdepartmental Standing Committee on Logistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Since 2017, he has been teaching at the Department of Material Handling and Logistics Systems at the BME, leading practical courses in Supply Distribution Systems, Plant Management, Production Logistics, Logistics Database Systems, Material Handling and Warehousing Processes, among others. Over the years, he has been involved in a number of projects, including the review of the operation of national logistics networks, the development of inventory management processes in production plants, and the simulation of automated warehouse systems. His research has brought him into contact with artificial intelligence and the use of drones in logistics.
He has been with ALRT since 2013 and has been involved in a number of inventory management, network optimisation, transport management and process improvement projects. He likes to evaluate opportunities based on numbers and always starts with an Excel file. Later, there will be more of them. Or a database system. He takes a statistical, probabilistic approach to problems.
He is an Senior Lecturer at the ALRT, where his main research interests include electronic freight and stock exchanges, logistics process modelling and optimization of logistics networks. He obtained his PhD degree in these areas in 2012. In addition, he has been involved in several projects since 2006, including logistics site development.
In 2016, he started to learn more about the lean, and his work has involved him in several projects that cover several areas (e.g. logistics and manufacturing, or manufacturing and its software management), so he knows exactly how important it is to make data-driven decisions and validate the data properly. He also has extensive experience as a full-time trainer, and has been a lecturer and thesis advisor at BME for the 4th year in a row.
light industry engineer, senior consultant
She has been working in the field of quality, environment and safety management for more than ten years; IRCA Lead Auditor, KIR and MEBIR Lead Auditor, Energy Efficiency Internal Auditor, Rapid ScoreCard and QPR Process Management Consultant.
In 2008, a business she set up with a consultant friend won the CSR Hungary 2012 Award in the SME category.
Its main areas of expertise are: the implementation and operation of standardised management systems (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, MSZ 28001, ISO 13485, MSZ 16001), as well as the development of process and performance management systems.
As a mentor, she supports start-ups (Mentor-Net), women entrepreneurs (Women Entrepreneurs), and takes an active role in social programmes.In 2012, she gave the opening keynote speech at the first TEDxWomen event in Hungary.
Gábor Mischinger has been working at the Department of Ergonomics and Psychology at the BME since 1993, currently as head of the laboratory.
Mechanical engineer for material handling, mechanical and systems planner and ergonomics engineer. In 2011 he obtained the CREE European Ergonomics Certification.
He has planner and industry experience, and 20 years of teaching experience.
His main areas of expertise in ergonomics are anthropometry, digital human modelling and ergonomic assessment and development of industrial workplaces. He also teaches, researches and provides expertise in these areas.
He gained his teaching experience at BME in the fields of industrial product and design, technical management, technical vocational training and safety engineering. He has been involved in adult education in a partnership for more than 10 years, as a theoretical and practical instructor of workplace economics courses.
In 2012-13, he participated in the development of a hungarian ergonomic risk assessment method on behalf of the University of Óbuda.
He has been a member of the Hungarian Ergonomics Society since 1992, and a board member since 2007.
transport and economic engineer, master teacher, certified logistics expert, senior consultant, trainer
Almost thirty years ago, he started working on major projects, initially as a transport network planning engineer and most recently as a transport economist in the preparation of the National Transport Strategy. Meanwhile, more than 20 years ago, he started teaching first at the BME Institute of Advanced Engineering Training in various applied informatics courses, then at the Department of Transport Economics and Transport Business and Economics as a lecturer in statistics, transport economics, logistics management, project management. At the same time, he worked as a consultant in several transport and logistics projects.
work and organisation psychologist, counsellor, trainer, senior lecturer
Ágota has been developing psychological testing instruments, tests and questionnaires for almost 15 years, which are used by client companies for selection, screening of personnel, and for the foundation of various training/development programmes. As a qualified trainer, he has decades of experience in developing and implementing programmes for various training (leadership development, communication skills, conflict and change management, stress management). She has been teaching in higher education for almost fifteen years, mainly in undergraduate and master's programmes in psychology, but also has extensive experience in adult education. In recent years, in line with her recent interests and experience in organisational environments, she has been involved in workplace psychosocial risk assessment and the development of workplace well-being programmes. She considers herself a true knowledge sharer.
1979-ben végzett a Közlekedésmérnöki Karon. Azóta folyamatosan a tanszék oktatója. Az egyetemi, majd a BSc képzésen a számítástechnika és az elektrotechnika tárgyak gyakorlatvezetője. A szakirányú továbbképzés Szakmai kommunikáció és módszertan tárgy gyakorlatvezetője.
work and organisation psychologist, senior lecturer
Since 2000, Katalin has been working as an HR consultant, trainer and organisational developer in small, medium and large companies, in the public sector and in the competitive sector.
Her work is characterised by a complex approach, a systems approach and the development of tailored methods, programmes and systems that fit organisational goals, strategy and culture.
She deals with organisational diagnosis, organisational satisfaction, commitment and organisational culture, as well as the identification of workplace stressors. In the area of organisational development, she mainly designs and implements HR systems (selection, performance appraisal, training systems), and delivers strategy planning workshops, leadership development programmes and skills training. She shares her professional knowledge and experience at conferences, university and company training courses, open training courses and training seminars. She regularly publishes on topics related to human resource management and organisational development. Organises and conducts professional and method-specific training courses for organisational consultants, work and organisational psychologists.
vállalati munka- és környezetvédelem szakértő
Több mint 15 éve foglalkozik vállalati munka- és környezetvédelemmel, jelenleg az Exide Technologies Vállalatcsoport Európai EHS Igazgatója.
A Műegyetemen a Munkavédelmi szakmérnök szakirányú továbbképzés keretében 2011-től oktatja a szakmai kommunikáció tantárgyat, célja, hogy a képzésben résztvevő szakemberek könnyebben érvényesüljenek, megfelelő kommunikációval a döntések során kellő befolyással bírjanak.
Szakmai pályafutása során a gyakorlatias, emberközpontú megoldások vezették, számos nemzetközi erőművi turbinatelepítés, illetve karbantartási projekt, a kecskeméti Mercedes gyár építésének munkavédelmi projektirányítása, valamint a feltörekvő piacok munka- és folyamatbiztonságát kialakító „2012 Budapest Statement”-et szakmailag kidolgozó nemzetközi konferencia megszervezése köthetők hozzá.
Eric Hoffer szavait tekinti irányadónak: „A mélyreható változások idején azoké a jövő, akik tanulnak. Azok pedig, akik tudni vélnek, hiszen sokat tanultak, tökéletesen be tudnak rendezkedni egy világba, mely többé már nem létezik…”
Beriv Zrt Factory Manager, Lean Process Development
I have a degree in economics with a specialisation in logistics. I completed my higher education as an adult, with several years of work experience behind me. I was working as a production and logistics manager in a large company for 16 years, when I was introduced to the basics of the lean approach. Armed with the knowledge I gained there, I started to review and reorganise processes at my workplace. This helped to convince colleagues of the importance of the lean approach and their involvement in the reorganisation. I gained further experience in introducing the basics and tools of the lean vision when I trained staff in smaller companies. I have helped companies to increase their efficiency and reduce their losses, and helped their employees to recognise their value. I found my credo as a trainer in the words of our contemporary writer István Vörös, himself a trainer: "A man teaches well when he learns at the same time."