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					                Research conference on
                Information Technology
     Seventh International PhD & DLA Symposium
                        University of Pécs
Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology




                      October 24-25, 2011
                        Pécs, Hungary

                        Time Table
                  October 24. (Monday)
 8:00– 9:00      Registration
 9:00– 9:30      Opening Session of the Conference
 9:30–10:30      Scientific Session A
10:30–10:45      Conference Photo
                 Exhibition of the Architectural Doctoral School
10:45–11:00      Café Break
11:00–13:00      Scientific Session B
13:00–14:00      Lunch
14:00–15:00      Opening Session of the Symposium
15:00–15:30      Café Break
15:30–18:00      Session 1
19:00–21:30      Conference Dinner, (Restaurant Cellarium)
                  October 25. (Tuesday)
 8:30–10:30      Session 2
10:30–11:00      Café Break
11:00–13:00      Session 3
13:00–14:00      Lunch
14:00–16:00      Session 4
16:00–16:30      Closing Session of the Symposium
                        Technical Program
Opening Session of the Conference
Chairman: Prof. Dr. György L. KOVÁCS

        Opening Speach by Dr Bálint BACHMANN, Dean
        Welcome Address by Prof Dr József BÓDIS, Rector
        Awarding of the title "Honorary Professor" to
                       Prof Dr Elena HELEREA, Romania
                       Dr Jenő BALOGH, USA
        Laudation by Em Prof Dr Amália IVÁNYI
                       Em. Prof Dr Miklós IVÁNYI

CONFERENCE on Information Technology

Scientific Session A
Chairman: Prof. Dr. György L. KOVÁCS (Hungary)

        Prof Dr Ahmed K. NOOR ‘Learning and Engineering Practice in the
         Coming Intelligence Era’, William E. Lobeck Professor, Old Dominium
         University, Norfolk Virginia, USA

Scientific Session B
Chairman: Prof. Dr. György L. KOVÁCS (Hungary)

        Prof Dr Michael RESCH ‘High Performance Computer Simulation in
         Engineering – A Cross-Disciplinary Approach’, University of Stuttgart,
         High Performance Computing Center, Germany

        Prof Dr Barry V. H. TOPPING ‘Computational Structures
         Technology’Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, University of Pécs,
         Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology

        Dr Frederick MAGOULES ‘Beam-tracing algorithms based on parallel
         domain decomposition methods’, Applied Mathematics and Systems
         Laboratory, Ecole Centrale Paris, France

        Dr Péter IVÁNYI.-Dr Géza VÁRADY ‘The last 5 years and the future of
         informatics at the Pollack Mihaly Faculty of Engineering and Information
         Technology’ University of Pécs, Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering
         and Information Technology


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               SEVENTH PhD & DLA SYMPOSIUM

Opening Session of the Symposium
Chairman: Em. Prof. Dr. Miklós IVÁNYI
    Prof Dr Elena HELEREA (Romania) Consideration on losses prediction in
     electrical sheets
    Dr Jenő BALOGH (USA) An object-oriented modified heterosis plate element
     class

SESSION 1: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
   CONTROLLING ENGINEERING, GEOTECHNICS,
   MATERIAL ENGINEERING, SYMBOLIC
   COMPUTATION I.
Session Information Technology
Chairman: Prof. Barry V. H. TOPPING
    NIKOLIC I. (Serbia) Spatial design as a way to redefine and reinvent standard
     object typology
    RADÓ J., IVÁNYI P., HARTUNG F. (Hungary) The usage of Matlab parallel
     computing toolbox in different engineering calculations
    BAKHTIN V.A., KRUKOV V.A., PRITULA M.N. (Russian Federation)
     Extension of DVM parallel programming model for clusters with
     heterogeneous nodes
    SHÁNĚL V., KOLMAN R., PLEŠEK J. (Czech Republic) Mass lumping
     methods for the semi-loof shell element
    SZABÓ GY. I., BENCZÚR A. (Hungary) Encapsulated Functional
     Dependencies for XML Design
    KOVÁCS É. (Hungary) Consumption challenges in the digital media-space
    CSURCSIA P. Z. (Belgium) Approximation of nonlinear systems using best
     linear approximation: An introduction
    BAGDASAROV A. G. (Russia) State-of-the-art              approach    to   code
     development for 3D simulation in plasmadynamics
    ERCSEY ZS., KOVÁCS T., KOVÁCS Z., GÓLYA G. (Hungary) Agricultural
     logistics information system




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Session Controlling Engineering
Chairman: Dr. Miklós KUCZMANN
    DANKA S. (Hungary) Experimental evaluation of the ‘Sounds of Silence’
     metaheuristic for the resource-constrained project scheduling problem with
     uncertain activity durations
    KOMOGOROVA L. (Russia) Building design for the territories with a high
     level of noise
    SZAKÁCS GY. (Hungary) Special acoustical problems of attic living spaces
    TKÁČ Š. (Slovak Republic) The ‘UFO’micro-urban multipurposal turbine
    TUKORA B., SZALAY T. (Hungary) Cutting force prediction of multi-axis
     machining processes ‘on the fly’
    NAGY L., SZABÓ T., JAKAB E. (Hungary) Electomechanical modelling of a
     pinion-engaging mechanism for starter motors
    MIES G. (Hungary) New trend in Robotics: Delta- Robots moving forward
    MARKOVITS R., TOROK Á. (Hungary) Social cost based intersection
     controlling

Session Geotechnics
Chairman: Dr. Peter TURCZEK
    ULTMANN Z. (Hungary) Determination of the Vertical gradients based on
     Eötvös torsion balance measurements
    BEIJER LUNDBERG A., DIJKSTRA J., VAN TOL F. (Netherlands) Soil
     densification around pre-embedded displacement piles
    KRSTIC H., MARENJAK S. (Croatia) Life cycle cost prediction models for
     university facilities in Osijek
    AHANGAR-ASR A., JAVADI A. A., FARAMARZI A. (United Kingdom) An
     evolutionary approach to modelling behaviour of geo-materials
    HUSZÁK T. (Hungary) Laboratory vane shear testing in very soft clay
    JÓZSA V. (Hungary) Soil classification and determination of overconsolidation
     from CPTu in deep excavation
    JUHÁSZ P., KOPECSKÓ K. (Hungary) Changes in mechanical and physical
     characteristics of Hungarian limestone due to bioconsolidation – distribution of
     bacteria and its effects
    SZÉP J. (Hungary) Laterally loaded piles




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     BODNÁR N. K. (Hungary) Geological and engineering geological analysis of
      the Pest side at a new metro station in Budapest


Session Material Engineering
Chairman: Dr. Rita KISS
     NJIENGOUE S., MAAS S., ARNOUX P. J. (Luxembourg) A suitable new
      non-invasive device to measure human Tibia-Femoral laxity during axial
      rotation
     FARHAT D. (Belgium) Optimal design of a trapezo-metacarpal prosthetic
      implant
     LEITOL CS. (Hungary) Resource efficiency & waste management
     VALENÇA J., GONÇALVES L. (Portugal) Application of multi-spectral
      image analysis and uncertainty measures to produce concrete damages maps
     BARIŠIĆ I., DIMTER S. (Croatia) Composition optimization of pavement
      stabilized base courses with slag
     ADORJÁNYI K., FÜLEKI P. (Hungary) Performance parameters and stress
      sensitivity of bitumens at high temperature
     KOVÁCS L. (Hungary) Key elements of functional and static design of the
      radioactive waste repositories
     BUOCZ I. (Hungary) Determination of direct shear strength along joint
      systems of rocks; the importance of the surface roughness


Session Symbolic Computation I. (John von Neumann Computer
Society)
Chairman: Dr. György MARÓTI
     POPPER N. (Austria) The usage of Maple T.A. in Engineering Educations
     LACZIK B. (Hungary) Engineering application of Maple
     PERJÉSI-HÁMORI I. (Hungary) Numerical methods for engineers with
      computer algebra




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SESSION 2: ARCHITECTURE I., ELECTRICAL
   ENGINEERING, ENERGY DESIGN I., SYMBOLIC
   COMPUTATION II., WATER ENGINEERING I.
Session Architecture I.
Chairman: Prof. Hartmut PASTERNAK
    HORVÁTH A. (Hungary) Alternative Raumstrukturen in der Architektur
    HEIDENREICH R. (Hungary) Die Rolle von Innovationen in der regionalen
     Entwicklung
    KURUCZ SZ. (Hungary) ‘Alter, Schichten, Sakrale Linien’ Rekonstruktion der
     Innerstadt von Keszthely
    MÉSZÁROS L. (Hungary) Design and analysis of a double-layer dome
    JANKOVICS G. (Hungary) Analogies and qualities of architectural space
    DEVETAKOVIC M., NIKOLIC I., ARSIC P. (Serbia) Virtual learning
     environments supporting architectural design process – The case study
    ZSIGA Z. (Serbia) Plan for reconstruction of an ancient Roman villa
    OROSZ M. (Hungary) Service life approach in building refurbishment

Session Electrical Engineering
Chairman: Prof. Elena HELEREA
    PÓLIK Z., KUCZMANN M. (Hungary) Fractal based wire antenna
     examination by using the method of moment
    CIOBANU A., CALIN M.-D., HELEREA E. (Romania) Effect of electrical
     FeSi sheets iron losses on small induction motors efficiency
    FRIEDL G., KUCZMANN M. (Hungary) Measurement and simulation of
     magnetic flux density
    KOVÁCS G., KUCZMANN M. (Hungary) Comparison of the different design
     software tools for the brushless DC motor designing
    MARCSA D., KUCZMANN M. (Hungary) Parallel solution of an electrostatic
     field problem – case study
    SÁRI Z., IVÁNYI A. (Hungary) Finite element analysis of the dynamics of a
     system containing permanent magnets
    TABARA O.A. (Romania) Preisach models, state of the art
    SCHIFFER Á., IVÁNYI A. (Hungary) Spectral properties of a nonliear system


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Session , Energy Design I.
Chairman: Prof. Aarne JUTILA
    BUDAIOVÁ Z. (Slovakia) Building materials and indoor air quality
    FEDORČÁK P., KOŠIČANOVÁ D. (Slovakia) Reducing energy consumption
     in building by solar cooling
    GELETKA V., SEDLÁKOVÁ A. (Slovakia) Building´s energy concept –
     optimal design
    PILIPOVÁ I. (Slovakia) Smart buildings and perceived discomfort of indoor
     environment
    GYÖRKE P., PATAKI B. (Hungary) Solar powered harvesting-aware sensor
     supply design
    KISTELEGDI I. IFJ. (Hungary) ROADMAP-Plusenergy buildings
    GY. CSONTOS (Hungary) Architecture of passive use of energy in eco
     farming
    ČULÁKOVÁ M., ŠENITKOVÁ I. (Slovakia) Optimization of construction
     solutions for green building


Session Symbolic Computation II. (John von Neumann Computer
Society)
Chairman: Dr. Ildikó PERJÉSI-HÁMORI
    MARÓTI GY. (Hungary) How to teach Buchberger algorithm?
    KARSAI J. (Hungary) Examination of models containing discrete effects with
     Mathematika
    SÁRVÁRI CS. (Hungary) Warshall’s algorithm and the Big-O notation
    PILGERMAJER Á. (Hungary) Norm-estimation of projection operators
    KLINCSIK M., TÍMÁR A. (Hungary) Reconstraction of transition matrix of
     Markov chains
    VIRÁGH J. (Hungary) The last 10 years of Computer Algebra Systems




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Session Water Engineering I.
Chairman: Prof. Jeno BALOGH
    DERTS ZS, KONCSOS L. (Hungary) Ecosystem services and agricultural land
     use zonation in the deep floodplains of the Tisza River in Hungary
    JOLÁNKAI ZS., MUZELÁK B., KONCSOS L. (Hungary) Comparison testing
     and evaluation of the one dimensional hydrodynamic model of the WateRisk
     model system
    BERTA P., SOKÁČ M. (Slovakia) Determination of the pollution transport
     through combined sewer overflows to the Danube and Váh river using the
     runoff simulation model
    WETTSTEIN D. (Hungary) Scales: Regional planning on the Lake Balaton
    PÁLINKÁŠOVÁ Z. (Slovakia) Assessment of internal water drainage in
     Eastern Slovak Lowland
    CIPOVOVÁ K. (Slovakia) Liptovska Mara failure wave modelling and
     evaluation of damages
    DITTRICH E. (Hungary) Analysis of subsurface-flow Hungarian constructed
     wetlands with wetland-model
    BRONIŠOVÁ M. (Slovak Republic) The development of public sewerage in
     Slovakia

SESSION 3: ARCHITECTURE II., STEEL STRUCTURES,
   STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING, TRANSPORTATION
Session Architecture II.
Chairman: Dr. Bica SAMARANDA
    LÁSZLÓ ZS. (Hungary) SAVE AS: NATURAL.NO
    GONDOS SZ. Z. (Hungary) Family home in Pécs-Makár
    LEPSÉNYI Á. (Hungary) Transfiguration of a small house
    BARACSI V. (Hungary) Concept sketch of social housing programs – project
     ideas
    MEĐO V., RISTIĆ TRAJKOVIĆ J. (Serbia) Influence of the ‘Belgrade school’
     of housing architecture to contemporary spatial organization of multi-family
     housing architecture in Belgrade
    PÉCZ T., SZABÓ R. (Hungary) The first results of survey of tree of heaven in
     Pécs


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    RISTIĆ TRAJKOVIĆ J., MEĐO V. (Serbia) Transformation of the area for
     daily activities in the development of ‘Belgrade apartment’ in terms of socio-
     cultural changes
    SZINYÁKOVICS E. (Hungary) Kindergarten extension in Pécs
    SZENDRŐ P. G. (Hungary) Paulaner’s Platz – Beerstation

Session Steel Structures
Chairman: Prof. Ivan BALAZ
    MARIĆ P., MILAŠINOVIĆ D. (Serbia) Finite strip method applied on free
     vibration and bifurcation buckling analysis of thin-walled structures
    PASTERNAK H., MILAD K. (Germany) Buckling curves for columns and
     girders with sinusoidally corrugated webs
    POŠTA R., DOLEJŠ J. (Czech Republic) Failures of reinforced exhaust ducts
     caused by temperature
    SZATMÁRI T. (Czech Republic) Movement technology of the Starý most in
     Bratislava
    VULCU M. C. (Romania) Numerical Simulation of the Cyclic Loading for
     Welded Beam-to-CFT Column Joints of Dual-Steel Frames
    RADNAY L., IVÁNYI M. (Hungary) Strengthening of steel structures, using
     post-tensioning and stressed skin diaphragm design – experimental calibration
    PSOTA J., ROTTER T. (Czech Republic) New design and static behaviour of
     composite bridge deck
    JÁRMAI K., FARKAS J. (Hungary) Design, fabrication and economy of steel
     structures

Session Structural Engineering
Chairman: Dr. Mirjana DEVETAKOVIC
    ŢUCA I., DUBINA D. (Romania) Sustainable Retrofitting of Precast Concrete
     Residential Buildings
    DOLEJS J., BRTNIK T., TUNEGA I., HATLMAN V. (Czech Republic) High
     strength steel utilization in modern structures
    VANYA CS. (Hungary) Complex tensions in a glue laminated beams
    POŠTA J., DOLEJŠ J., VÍTEK L. (Czech Republic) In situ non-destructive
     examination of timber elements
    JUHÁSZ T. (Hungary) Investigation of timber-concrete composite structures



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    MEISZTERICS Z. (Hungary) Effects of laser parameters on deep penetration
     laser welding
    HOLIK M., DAMJANOVIC D., BASKARIC T., KOZAK D. (Croatia)
     Integrity assessment of shipbuilding welded component by using of FAD
     diagram

Session Transportation
Chairman: Dr. Csaba KOREN
    GÁL M., CZÚNI L. (Hungary) Camera independent motion detection
    LAKY. S. (Hungary) A solution for the geodetic network design problem using
     evolutionary algorithm
    IVÁN G. (Hungary) Survey of free speeds on rural roads based on road scene
     photographs
    MACSINKA K. (Hungary) Parking management for liveable cities
    UNGVÁRAI Á. (Hungary) The phenomenon of desire lines and its
     consequences in transportation design approach
    MILETICS D. (Hungary) Overtaking violations in left-turn lanes of roads
     outside built-up areas
    MOLNÁRKA G. I., ALFÖLDI GY. (Hungary) A fuzzy maintenance system of
     rental houses built in the interwar period in Budapest



SESSION 4: ENERGY DESIGN II., MANAGEMENT,
   REFURBISHMENT, WATER ENGINEERING II.
Session Energy Design II.
Chairman: Dr. György ELMER
    BOTICI A. (Romania) Current issues and approaches for retrofitting of large
     prefabricated concrete residential buildings
    SZITAR M.-A., GRECEA D.-M (Romania) Sustainable building rating
     systems
    MAGYAR Z. (Hungary) Radiant asymmetry investigation in the building with
     thermal manikin
    RENČKO T., SEDLÁKOVÁ A. (Slovakia) Improvement of thermal properties
     of the basement by air cavities on the inner surface of the walls – the
     elimination of thermal bridges



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    TOMČÍK T. (Slovak Republic) Chemical and sensory assessment of interior
     materials
    VÉR CS., KISS T. (Hungary) Assessment of organic household waste
     treatment options
    VERONESCU O.-A., MIHAI G. D. (Romania) Energy efficient materials and
     technologies used in building design
    BRKOVIĆ M., SRETOVIĆ V., CVETINOVIĆ M. (Serbia) Renewable energy
     as an opportunity for local communities: case study of small hydropower plants
     in Serbia

Session Management
Chairman: Dr. Géza VÁRADY
    ZAGORÁCZ M. (Hungary) Optimization of building information modeling
    HORVÁTH Z., HEGEDŰS G. (Hungary) Problems of the SFD measurements
     and improving the colour characterisation
    HOLUBEC M. (Slovakia) Mathematical modelling in sanitary engineering
    NYITRAI E., VARGA B. (Hungary) Ontology-based higher educational
     informations
    GARGAR I., ZELEŇÁKOVÁ M. (Slovakia) Environmental risk management
     in condition of Libya
    RÓKA-MADARÁSZ L. (Hungary) Best practices in real estate operation and
     maintenance management
    BUDAY B. K. (Hungary) Quality management in public administration based
     on common assessment framework results
    CSÉBFALVI A., LÁNG B. (Hungary) An improved hybrid method for the
     resource-constrained project scheduling problem with discounted cash flows

Session Refurbishment
Chairman: Prof. Radu BANCILA
    T. KISS (Hungary) Systemic approach in city operation – key to sustainability
    LŐKE F., HOFFECKER Á. (Hungary) Zrínyi Miklós Secondary School in
     Szigetvár
    BÓDINÉ KERSNER K. (Hungary) The reconstruction of the protestant church
     of Peterd
    KONTRA P., MAJOROS G., LAJTAI Z. (Hungary) Szekszárd, old County
     Hall reconstruction, unique stage cover


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    KÓSA B., NÉMETH I. (Hungary) The beach entrance to the development
     Balatongyörök
    KOVÁCS P. (Hungary) Rehabilitation of public space - Zalaegerszeg Market
     Square
    BALOGH P. I., MOHÁCSI S., GERGELY A., HAJDU V., SZTRANYÁK G.
     (Hungary) Main square and Community Centre, Újpalota
    KIJANOVIC J., PETRUSEVSKI L. (Serbia) Genetic algorithms – Problem
     solving in architecture and urbanism
    ORBÁN Z., BALOGH T. (Hungary) Assessment and lifetime expectancy of
     structures assisted by diagnostics
    DEMETER G. (Hungary) The synagogue in Subotica – Resurrection or decay

Session Water Engineering II.
Chairman: Dr. László HEGEDŰS
    EÖRDÖGHNÉ MIKLÓS M. (Hungary) Drinking water supplies in the light of
     water exploitation figures
    GALBOVÁ K. (Slovakia) Modelling hydrology municipal solid waste landfills
    KARCHES T. (Hungary) Detection of dead-zones with analysis of the flow
     pattern in surface water
    MOLNÁR K. (Slovakia) Water loss management
    PÁLNÉ SCHREINER J. (Hungary) Sustainable utilization of geothermal
     reservoir
    TÜDŐ R. (Hungary) Heating by compost – renewable energy
    HORVÁTH A., AND BUZÁS K. (Hungary) Comparison of the roof runoff
     water originated from two types of roof material
    AKGUL-YALCIN E., YILMAZ O. (Turkey) Development of landscape values
     scale and its relationship with sense of place in University Campuses




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