Curriculum Vitae



Name:                                                    Gábor Péceli

Place and date of birth:                      Budapest, July 5, 1950.

Nationality:                                          Hungarian

Marital status:                                      married, five children


Affiliation:                                            Department of Measurement and Information Systems (formerly Department of Measurement and Instrument Engineering), Budapest University of Technology and Economics, since 1974.

Mailing address:                                  H-1117 Budapest, Magyar tudósok körútja 2, phone: +36 1 463-2057, fax:  +36 1 463-4112,

Post:                                                       professor, 1989- , head of department, 1988-2008, dean of Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, 2005-2008, rector, 2008-2015..

head of the Embedded Information Technology Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Budapest University of Technology, 2003 -2006.

Studies:                                                  Technical University of Budapest, 1969-1974.

Graduation:                                          from the Technical University of Budapest, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Major in Instruments and Control, 1974.



Dr. univ. from the Technical University of Budapest: 1979.

Candidate of Sciences from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences: 1985.

Doctor of Sciences from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences: 1989.

Corresponding Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2007.

Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2013.



Technical University of Budapest, Department of Theoretical Electrotechnique

Teacher's Assistant, 1971-73

Department of Measurement and Instrument Engineering

                Assistant Professor, 1974-80

                Senior Assistant Professor, 1981-85

                Associate Professor, 1986-89

Full Professor, 1989-


Head of department (48 staff members), 1988 – 2008.

Member of the University Senate, 1990 -

Chairman of the Educational Committee of the University Senate, 1991 – 2004.

Hungarian Accreditation Board:

Member of the Post-Secondary Education Committee, 1997 – 2000.

Member of the Electrical Engineering &Informatics Committee, 1994–2000.

Elected representative in the General Assembly of the Hungarian Academy of Science, 1998 -Chairman of the IEEE Hungary Section, 2001 – 2002,

Chairman of the IEEE-I&M-EMBS Joint Chapter, 1997 – 2000,


Research fields:

Adaptive signal processing in complex measurement systems. Modeling and design of embedded systems. Transient management in reconfigurable systems. Scheduling and optimization of real-time systems.


Recent Research Contracts:

Integrating quantitative and qualitative fault diagnosis, COPERNICUS, IC15-CT97-0714/1997-99

Modeling and identification of nonlinear systems, Flemish-Hungarian Bilat. Intergovern. Co-operations, TéT  3-2/1997-99

Signal processing in reconfigurable systems, Hungarian Fund for Scientific Research, OTKA T 017448/1995-98

Computer based (embedded) system design, Hungarian Higher Education Support, MKM PFP 4351/1997-98

New signal processing methods for the improvement of measurement systems, Research Fund for Higher Education, FKFP 0250/1997-99

Design of information systems, Hungarian Higher Education Support, MKM PFP 2840/1998

VILAB - Virtual Laboratory for Cooperation in Research and Knowledge Transfer, COPERNICUS, 1998-2001.

FACT: Fault Adaptive Control Technology, DARPA F33615-99-C-3611, Subcontract with Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN., 1999-2003.

Transient Management in Reconfigurable Systems, Hungarian Ministry of Education, OM-FKFP 0654/2000, 2000-2002.

Application of info-communication technologies in intelligent sensors, Hungarian Ministry of Education, OM-IKTA 00164/2000, 2001-2002.

NEXT-TTA – High Confidence Architecture for Distributed Control Applications, EU FP5: IST-2001-32111, 2002-2003.

Embedded Information Technology Research Group, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2003-2006.


Languages: English fluently spoken


Scholarships, scientific activity abroad: 1986 - one-month scholarship to the Department of Electrical Engineering, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA



Medal of Higher Education, 1975

Outstanding Work, 1980

István Kruspér Award, 1982

Pollák-Virág Award, 1992, 1993

Széchenyi Professorship, 1997

Major educational activities:

Lectures (in Hungarian): Measurement technology, Measurement technology of signals and systems, Measurement technology of computer-based systems, Embedded information systems, Associative signal processing (PhD course), Real-time systems and anytime algorithms (PhD course), Embedded information technology (PhD course), Embedded Information Systems (BSc course) , Measurement Theory (MSc course).



The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, USA, Fellow (1999-)

European Association for Signal Processing

Measurement and Automation Society, Hungary

Telecommunication Society, Hungary

Association of the Hungarian Engineers and Architects: Hungary Section

John von Neumann Computer Society (Chairman, 2007-2012)