Department of Technology and Economics

Head of department: Endre Horváth Dr., PhD., college professor

E-mail: horvathe (at)
Phone: +36 (1) 203-0304 (ext.: 2231)

Research workshops

Workshop for Environmental Sciences

Analysis and proving the profitability of investments based on renewable energy sources using theoretical economic models and empiric studies.

Workshop for Accounting-Controlling

Application opportunities of the Balanced Scorecard methodology in the non-profit sector and in fields of traditionally not profit-oriented services. Using of management accounting methods in the agricultural sector.

Methodology workshop

Explore and disseminate the methodology opportunities of education, measuring and assessment systems which support - using online methods - the efficiency improvement of competence-based education, especially distance learning (blended learning) and the career success of alumni taking into account the requirements of the job market against human resources

 3D Modelling and Production Science Workshop

Workshop objectives

To develop procedures facilitating the production of single or complex structures with the help of 3D modelling. A specific case is the development of the dragon structure and some electronic board units of unmanned aerial vehicles.

Research work

  • Flying devices used for data collection can have a variety of prices, with huge differences.  DGC researchers have ventured to prove that they are able to create, from limited resources, a mini UAV capable of taking pictures of its surroundings within a one kilometre radius.

Interdisciplinary Applications of Mathematics Science Workshop

Workshop objectives

To develop and implement applications that use different areas of mathematics
The two main areas of research and development:
(A) Educational applications, methodology, participation in projects.   
(B) Flow modelling and analysis.

Research work

  • Research in the field of physical and biological applications of mathematical analysis (mainly differential equations).
  • Development and application of mathematical methods in digital image processing.
  •  Achieving new practical results in probability theory and mathematical statistics, focusing on the fields of reliability and risk theory (e.g. entropy-based risk analysis) and on economic and social sciences.
  • Physical applications: dissipative and non-dissipative thermal processes. Thermodynamic applications. Dynamic systems.
  • Mathematical modelling of logistic processes (A and B).