Graduated in 1997 from the Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) where he specialized in automotive control engineering. He received Ph.D. degree in 2004 and MBA in 2005. Formerly, he was working as an assistant professor at the Department of Control for Transportation and Vehicle Systems at BME and as a research fellow at the MTA-SZTAKI System and Control Lab. Recently, he is working as a Vice President of Automotive Electronics Division at Robert Bosch Kft. Engineering Center Budapest and parallel to this, as an associate professor at the Department of Control for Transportation and Vehicle Systems at BME.
István Szászi will be our speaker at the following event:
The global car industry is changing as new manufacturing technologies, electric and autonomous cars and shared mobility are spreading, and the challenges arising from these developments are exacerbated by the weight of regulations, the slowdown of Western economies and the... More
Previously attended as speaker on the following Portfolio conference: