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     Date Submitted:18-06-2019
     Last Modified:06-08-2019 (01:00)
    Job information
     Current job:Scrum Master
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     Keywordsagile, scrum master, backend, control engineering

    2016 - PhD in Intelligent Systems - Modern architectural methods of control and formation movements of unmanned ground, aerial and underwater vehicles, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics.
    The research field contains robots (both industrial and mobile) and unmanned (autonomous) ground (UGV), aerial (UAV) and marine (UMV) vehicles. The main direction of the research is the determination of nonlinear models of the robots and vehicles based on operational data, filtering and state estimation. Beside identification central themes are the model based robust control, optimization and adaptability. Investigation of control methods developed firstly for a single robot or vehicle, then secondly for the ensemble of them moving in formation. Programming languages: Matlab, Simulink, C, Python

    2015 M.Sc. in Management and Leadership - specialization in Production and Operations Management, Budapest University of Technology and Economics,
    Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences.
    Courses: Quantitative Methods, Organizational Behaviour, Quality Management, Technology Management, Project Management, Marketing, Production and Service Management

    2012-2013 guest student, Aquincum Institute of Technology.

    2012 M.Sc. in Technical Informatics - specialization in Control and Robotics Systems, Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
    Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics

    Professional experience

    2019 - Scrum Master, Ericsson
    Driving agile transformation of a team with 12 people at the Ericsson Expert Analytics department. Taking care of knowledge transfer for three big data and analytics-related products and their integration into the Expert Analytics product pipeline.

    2018 - Software Engineer, Universal Platform for Aerospace and Robotics (UPRA), Participating in the UPRA project to develop a reliable, widely configurable, low maintanence high altitude balloon platform for university research groups. Taking part in architectural planning, development, verification activities. While working
    in the project I was able to take part in two successful launch and retrieval missions and we were able to obtain our first remote sensing camera data.
    Main activities: system engineering, development, verification.

    2018 - Board Member, Hungarian Astronautical Society, Participating as an elected Board Member for the Hungarian Astronautical Society, a civil organization that gathers Hungarian space researchers, institutions and users of space technology. Our aim is to raise public awareness about space exploration and to provide opportunity for space enthusiasts to meet, exchange ideas and work together.
    Main activities: event organization, outreach activities, strategic planning.

    2017 Lead Software Engineer (Chassis Control/Automated Driving), Robert Bosch Hungary Kft., Verification and validation toolchain evaluation, strategic planning of safety-based validation methods for self-driving car development based on fusioned radar sensor objects. Languages used: Python, C, C++.

    2016-2017 Group Leader, Control Engineer, AImotive Kft. (formerly ADASWorks Kft.,
    Line management, conducting, developing and organizing trainings about Component and Unit Testing in Automotive Industry for software developers, toolchain evaluation, strategic planning of verification methods for self-driving car development, evaluating and implementing control algorithms for trajectory following of
    self-driving cars. Languages used: Matlab, Simulink, C, Python, C++.
    • ISTQB Certified Tester Advanced Level - Test Manager

    2014-2016 Software Engineer, thyssenkrupp Presta Hungary Kft., Tool development, conducting, developing and organizing trainings about Component and Unit Testing in Automotive Industry for software developers. Languages used: C, Python.

    2013-2015 Software Engineer and Public Event Coordinator, Puli Space Technologies, Testing and developing embedded software in JAVA in part of a team of engineers participating in the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition.

    2013-2014 Project Coordinator Embedded Software, Mentor Graphics, Administration of software releases and participation in the audit processes.
    • MSZ EN ISO 9001:2009 MIR belső auditor - ISO 9001:2008 Quality management internal auditor
    • ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level

    2012-2014 Embedded Software Engineer, Mentor Graphics, Worked on automotive systems in C conforming to ISO9001 and Automotive SPICE protocols, developing internal development tools. Languages used: C, JAVA, Ruby.

    2010 course leader, AIESEC Gdansk UG (Poland), Teaching robot programming. Languages used: Python, NXC.

    2008 trainee, Dolphio Consulting, Image processing in Matlab.

    09/2018 Zsofia Bodo, prof.emer. Bela Lantos - Modeling and Control of Quadrotor UAVs, 16th IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Systems and Informatics, Subotica, Serbia.
    05/2018 Zsofia Bodo, prof.emer. Bela Lantos - Error Caused by Kinematic Control in the Dynamic Behavior of Unmanned Ground Vehicles, 12th International Symposium on Applied Computational Intelligence and Informatics,  Timisoara, Romania.
    09/2017 Zsofia Bodo, prof.emer. Bela Lantos - State Estimation for UAVs Using Sensor Fusion, 15th IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Systems and Informatics, Subotica, Serbia.
    11/2015 Zsofia Bodo, Istvan Harmati - High-level Strategy Design in RoboCup Environment, 16th IEEE International Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Informatics, Budapest, Hungary.
    11/2015 Zsofia Bodo, Szilard Jagasics - The Effect of Availability of Renewable Energy on the Electric Power System XI. Kandó Conference 2015, Budapest, Hungary.

    Language skills
    Hungarian native
    English advanced C1 level (oral, written communication)
    German good B1 level (oral, written communication)

    Other experiences
    2018-present editor, Űrvilág, Hungary, writing and editing articles about space research and remote sensing to Hungary’s leading space related online magazine.
    2015-present leadership experiences, Toastmasters International, Hungary, Serving as a corporate club mentor (in Nokia and evosoft-Siemens). Responsible for coaching and mentoring club officers, tracking the chartering process. Organizing and conducting trainings for club officers and members..
    2012-2018 group leader and trainer, Láthatatlan Egyetem, Hungary, conducting time management trainings for university students and providing background assistance for the other volunteers and training groups.
    2013 project coordinator, AIESEC, Hungary, preparing and conducting assessment centers for university students.
    2006-2008 Summer Courses, Board of European Students of Technology, Sweden, Portugal, subject: distributed systems and robotics.
    02/2001 Red Rover Goes To Mars programme, The Planetary Society & NASA, San Diego, California, subject: planetology, image processing.

    • robotics
    • control theory
    • image processing
    • hobbies: geocaching, hiking, jazz ballet

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