Peter Kadar received Power Eng. Diploma at Technical University of Budapest 1987; PhD 1994; MBA at Open University, UK; dr. habil title in electrical engineering from Széchenyi University, Győr (SZE). He works in the area of the Power System control, smart networks and renewable energy technology. He is the leader of the Department of Power Systems, at Óbuda University, Faculty of Electrical engineering. He is member of Hungarian Electrotechnical Association since 1985, NJSZT since 1990, of IEEE since 1992 and CIGRÉ. He is member of organising committees of several conferences. Treasurer of IEEE HS in 2003-2004, Secretary of HS 2005-2008, vice chair of HS 2009-2012, chair of HS from 2013.
Dr. Levente Kovács received a degree in electrical engineering at the “Politechnica” University of Tim isoara, Romania in 2000 and the PhD in 2008 at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics where curre ntly he is a senior lecturer at the Dept. of Control Eng ineering and Information Technology. His research t opic is physiological control, robust control theory, biome dical engineering and bioinformatics, with special interest in diabetic control. He has published more than 20 pap ers in international journals and 50 publications a t international conferences. He is IEEE member from 2 009, MATE Control Theory section management board member from 2007 and Hungarian Diabetes Association member from 2010. From 2010 is Membership Development Officer of the IEEE Hungarian Section.
Péter Nagy received the M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) in 2000, and MBA in 2005. Next he started to work for the National Regulatory Authority of Hungary (presently National Media- and Infocommunications Authority). He was involved in many international projects and liaison with international organization. He held more positions at the IEEE Hungary Section (Student counsellor, Industry Relations). He was a main local organizer, patronage or finance chair of WTC2006, MobileSummit 2007, Networks 2008, WCNC2009, WMNC2010, Future Internet Week 2011, VTC2011 Spring, IEEE ICC2013. From 2000 he is the Managing Director of the Scientific Association for Infocommunications, Hungary (HTE), which is a Sister Society of IEEE. Lastly his recent project was to organize the IEEE ICC 2014 in Sydney with the support of the Organizing Committee, he was the Finance Co-Chair.
Gábor Szederkényi studied at Veszprém University and got PhD grade in 2002. His current position is research Fellow at Process Control Research Group in Computer and Automation Research Institute Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Teaches at Pázmány Péter Catholic University. He served as secretary and treasurer of IEEE HS between 2008 - 2009, since that serves as secretary.
Anikó Szakál, studied at Bánki Donát Polytechnic and Budapest Polytechnic, in field of information technology and education. She serves from 1996 in IEEE Hungary Section administration. She worked as mathematics and physics teacher in Secondary School and Head of Dean's Office of Budapest Polytechnic, John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics. From 2002 she works at Budapest Polytechnic's Directorate and official in charge for international relations. Since 2010 she is the treasurer of HS.