CENTRAL EUROPEAN RESEARCH CENTRE

HOW IT STARTED

The Central European Research Centre Ltd was established in 2010. The company is 100% Hungarian-owned and the activities include research and development, science communication and project creation. Our goal is to help our partners achieving successful project development through our professional and technological competencies, our extensive national and international networks and our experience in the field of innovation.

Apart from the technological development our aim is also to increase the chances of successful entry of the developed products and services for our partners by the professional communication and dissemination of the achieved results. 

Our main strength is that we see through all the steps from project concept to market entry. We solve all the questions arising from project financing to optimizing and implementing the research process, or patent and other IPR related issues, or implement the communication campaign for new product launch.

The main activities of our company are the research and development. Within this framework the CERC primarily performs on behalf of industry partners individual tasks. Our company has two departments the CERC Powder Lab and the CERC Compu Lab.

Our management
Gábor Hetyey
managing director

Gábor has received his degree at the Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Law. He has more than 10 years experience in the project development and management. He has supported the successful realization of several international research and business projects. His favourite topics are the creative design (any kind of) and the commercialisation.

Andras Bulkai, PhD
technical director

Andras did his first degree and PhD at Loughborough University (UK) in Engineering Science and Technology and specialized in mechanical engineering. His main field of research was the finite element analysis and variation analysis of threaded fasteners. He has worked for private research centres in Hungary, specialising in the technical coordination and execution of EC funded projects ranging from FP6, FP7 and H2020.

Albert Kocsis, PHD
head of the Powder Lab

Albert received mechanical engineer degree at the University of Technology and Economics Budapest. He has more than 25 years experience in precise mechanical construction and ultrasonic research. He is expert of small scale liquid and solid transportation methods, especially the piezoelectric micro positioning systems and the ultrasonic powder dispensing methods.

Gyula Loós
head of the CompuLab

Gyula has a software engineer‐mathematician degree at the University of Debrecen. He has more than 15 years of experience in software development, mainly in automated monitoring systems, Domino systems, process control systems and Opten systems.

Ms.Orsolya Korda
head of the project management

Orsolya is an environmental engineer. She has deep knowledge on RTD activity and business support. In the last 9 years she has been involved in a great number of European & national funded projects (FP6, FP7, H2020, AAL and structural funded and national projects) including tasks such as: project management coordination and controlling, financial statements and reporting.

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