Fax: +36 1 4632204

Room: I.ép. L.314

E-mail: szebi@iit.bme.hu

Work in progress. Sorry for any mistyping.

- Programming I. The course is taught on the 1st semester of the branch of electrical engineering (v-81) and technical informatics (I-231). This is an introduction to the basic programming concepts and program - solving skills that are essential for success in electrical engineering and technical informatics - related discipline at the base level. The students will be acquainted with an structured high-level programming language and with different data structures as lists, trees, graphs, arrays, etc. Teaching method: 2 hour lectures, 2 hour lab weekly. The programming language is C.
- Programming II. The course is taught on the 2nd semester of the branch of electrical engineering and technical informatics. This class is an introduction to the object oriented programming methodes. It is assumed that the student has developed some programming proficiency in another high-level language and is familiar with the syntactic constructs found in most such languages. Teaching method: 2 hour lectures, 2 hour lab weekly. The programming language is C++.
- Computer lab I.
- Computer lab II.
- Operating Systems
- User and programming interface of the Unix systems

(The detailed curriculum are available in Hungarian only.)

- Operating Systems
- Programming Languages
- System Programming

- Parallel Computing and Parallel Algorithms.

Related projects and documents:- Introducing Parallel Processing into the Curriculum of the Hungarian Higher Education Institutions of Technology S-JEP-08333-94 TEMPUS.
- Solving Structural Mechanics Problems by PVM and the Simplex Algorithm (ps) (EuroPVM/MPI 1995).
- Solving Generalized Boundary Value Problems with Disptributed Computing and Recursive Programming (ps)(EuroPVM/MPI 1999, Lecture Notes in Computer Sci., Vol 1697, 1999)
- Parallel, Recursive Computation of Global Stability Charts for Liquid Bridges (ps) (EuroPVM/MPI 2000, Lecture Notes in Computer Sci., Vol 1908, 2000)
- PVM Implementation of Boundary Value Problems on Heterogeneous Parallel Systems (ps) (Periodica Polytechnica Electrical Engineering, 44(3-4):317-324, 2000)
- A novel global approach applied to liquid figures of equilibrium (Journal of Computational Physics, 159:38-57, 2000)
- Nagy feldolgozási képességû számítási környezet a BME-n (Networkshop 2001)
- Peremérték feladatok megoldása szuperszámítógéppel (NIIF Szakmai Nap 2001.04.20.)
- Symmetry-breaking bifurcations of the uplifted elastic strip (ps)(Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, Vol 185/2 pp 67-77, 2003)
- A Hybrid Parallel Approach to One-Parameter Nonlinear Boundary Value Problems (ps) (Computer Assisted Mechnics and Engineering Sciences 11:15-34, 2004)

- Metacoputing, Grid systems.

Related projects and documents:- ClusterGrid project
- Hungarian Supercomputer GRIP project (IKTA-4)
- EGEE (Enabling Grids for E sciencE)
projekt (EU-INFSO-RI-031688)
- One of the largest EU funded scientific Grid infrastructure. At this moment (Feb 2007) more than 33,0000 CPU available to users 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. How much working at this moment?

Imre Szeberényi © BME Department of Control Engineering and Informatics

Modified:
2007-02-18