Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME)
Central Building (K), Assembly Hall
November 8-9, 2017


1st Day – November 8.

8.30 – 9.30          Registration

9.30 – 11.30       1st section: Focusing on Smart City

Section Chair: László Jakab professor, dean BME VIK

Opening talks

  • Lutz Heuser (Urban Software Institute, Germany):
    International Smart City plans, experiences, success factors
  • Kovács Kálmán (BME): Smart City models, the SmartPolis project
  • David Barta (CityOne, Brno):
    Smart City principles described on air quality management case
  • Roberto Baldoni (Universita di Roma): Cyber Security organisations in Italy

11.30 – 12.00      Opening Smart City Exhibition – Aula, Central Building
Presenting the Exhibition: László Vajta, President, SmartPolis Knowledge Centre
More than 15 exhibitors, the Exhibition is open during the Conference

12.00– 13.30  Lunch break

13.30 – 15.00        2nd section: Future Internet Trends, Research Results

Section Chair: Gyula Sallai, professor emeritus, BME

  • Andrea Bondavali (Univ. Firenze): Critical Information Infrastructures
  • András Pataricza (BME): Blockchain Technologies
  • Attila Gilányi (University of Debrecen): Virtual Reality Reconstruction Technology
  • Imre Varga (University of Debrecen): Insight into the World of Complex Networks

15.00 – 15.30      Coffee break

15.3017.00       3rd section: Future Internet Solutions, applications

Section Chair:  Tamás Mihálydeák, Director FIRCC, Dean DE IK

  • Gábor Fehér (BME): Low Power IoT Radio Technologies
  • Péter Horváth (BME): Intelligent Exploitation of the Radio Frequency Spectrum
    in Future Wireless Access Networks
  • Péter Orosz, Ivett Kulik, Tamás Marosits (BME):
    Performance Analysis of Internet Accesses in Web Browser
  • Roland Szabó (University of Timişoara): Optical Distance Measurement
    Online Data Evaluation at Different Positions Using Six Sigma Tools


2nd Day – November 9.

9.00 – 16.00          Smart City Exhibition in the Aula

9.30 – 11.00         4th section: Smart City „best practices”

Section Chair: Péter Bakonyi, President FI NTP, BME

  • András Nemeslaki (National University of Public Service):
    Governing Smart Cities: Issues and Challenges
  • László Mátyus (EDC Debrecen): Debrecen Smart City
  • Sándor Nagy (Szeged): Smart City Programme of Szeged
  • Máté Petrik (Liget Budapest): The Liget Budapest Project
  • Sályi Géza (Kiskőrös), Bakonyi Péter (BME): Smart City Strategy of Kiskőrös – Petőfi Plan

11.15 – 11.45       Coffee break

11.45 – 13.15       5th section: Smart City as an innovation engine

Section Chair:  Kovács Kálmán, Director, SmartPolis Knowledge Centre, BME

  • Nikolay Tcholtchev (Fraunhofer Institute, Germany):
    Facilitating Eco-Systems for Smart Cities through Reference Architectures
  • Zsolt Szalay (BME): ZalaZone Test Environment to the Future Cars ,
  • Péter Baranyi (Széchenyi István University), Ildikó Horváth (University of Pécs):
    3D Internet in the Education
  • Benjámin Győri, Viktor Nagy (Tungsram-Schréder): Changing Cities – Smart planning

13.15  Conference closing: László Jakab László Jakab professor, dean BME VIK

Sandwich lunch between 13.30 and 14.00

16.00  Closing Smart City Exhibition