Invitation to WSPS X

The Section of Mathematical and Information Sciences of the Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Students anticipates your attendance at the 10th Winter School of PhD Students in Informatics and Mathematics, which will be held between:
22-24 March, 2024 at the University of Miskolc.

The aim of our winter school is dual:

  • improve the multidisciplinary scientific network of PhD students by inviting them to present their work in poster sessions, and
  • improve professional skills in an intensive workshop.

Each year, the workshop has a topic relevant for a wide audience. Internationally renowned scientists will give a number of in-depth lectures; these will be accompanied by seminar sessions where attendees will be able to explore topics in an interactive, hands-on way.
This year’s topic is informatics in industry 4.0.

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Poster section and publication

All participants are invited to present their work in the form of posters, be it relevant to the topic of the workshop or to some other area of informatics or mathematics. The printing charge of the submitted posters is included in the registration fee!

All poster abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings, which will have an ISBN number.

Some additional information

Posters and abstracts should be uploaded here after registration.
Accepted formats are:

  • for posters: PDF, in A0 size
  • for abstracts: LaTeX (accepted template can be downloaded from here)


The registration fee is: 39 000 HUF, which covers all expenses, including the meals, the printing of the submitted posters and the accommodation for 2 nights.

Should you have any special requests please contact the organizers directly.

A special price of 29 000 HUF is available for the full members of the Section of Mathematical and Information Sciences of the Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Students (DOSz MITO).

The deadline for the registration is the 26th February 2024 3rd March 2024.

Poster and abstract submission deadline is the 4th March 2024 10th March 2024.

Registration form

Registration is considered complete when the registration fee is transferred to the bank account of the Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Students.
A fee requester shall be sent to every participant via email with the correct payment data.

Please note that places are limited and will be allocated in order of registration.

Planned Program

Day 1 – 22th March, Friday:

  • 14:00 – 14:30: Registration
  • 14:30 – : Departure for factory visiting
  • 15:00 – 17:30: Factory Visiting
  • 17:30 – 17:45: Opening ceremony
  • 17:45 – 19:00: The Role of Computer Vision in Industry 4.0 and the Work Behind (László Czúni PhD, University of Pannonia)
  • 19:00 – 21:00: Dinner

Day 2 – 23th March, Saturday:

  • 08:00 – 09:30: Breakfast
  • 09:30 – : Departure to the university
  • 10:00 – 10:15: Daily Opening
  • 10:15 – 11:45: Research Results and Innovation Solutions at the BAY Systems Design Department(Richárd Ladányi PhD, BAY)
  • 11:45 – 12:00: Coffee Break
  • 12:00 – 13:00: Developing just-in-sequence supply chain design methods(János Juhász PhD, University of Miskolc)
  • 13:00 – 14:00: Lunch
  • 14:00 – 16:50: Cultural Program
  • 16:50 – 17:00: Group photo
  • 17:00 – 18:30: Poster section
  • 18:30 – 20:30: Gala Dinner

Day 3 – 24th March, Sunday:

  • 08:00 – 09:30: Breakfast
  • 09:30 – : Departure to the university
  • 10:00 – 10:15: Daily Opening
  • 10:15 – 11:30: Today’s Industrial Revolutions – Industry 4.0 and Industry 5.0 (Zoltán Nyikes Phd, Milton Friedman University)
  • 11:30 – 13:30: Cultural Program
  • 13:30 – 15:00: Lunch

The programme committee reserves the right to modify the schedule.

Factory Visiting

S.E.G.A. Hungary Kft.

Starters E-Components Generators Automotive Hungary Kft. is an automotive supplier as an important part of the supply chains. Within the supply chains, it is important to ensure manufacturing reliability and lean principles, which are highly supported by Industry 4.0 solutions. S.E.G.A. uses the RTLS system to track and trace its production, the operation of which will be demonstrated during the factory visit.


László Czúni PhD (University of Pannonia)

Richárd Ladányi PhD (BAY)

János Juhász PhD (University of Miskolc)

Zoltán Nyikes Phd (Milton Friedman University)

Lecture details

The Role of Computer Vision in Industry 4.0 and the Work Behind
László Czúni, PhD, University of Pannonia

The aim of the presentation is to show how Industry 4.0 integrates computer vision to enhance automation and efficiency. First, fundamental concepts of computer vision are explained and also the main milestones and techniques of it are summarized including motivations from biological systems. Then, we explore real-world applications of computer vision in Industry 4.0, such as quality assurance, automation, and also highlight specific use cases like fault detection and pill recognition. The concepts of digital shadows and digital twins is described and we discuss advancements in machine vision technologies that facilitate the transition from Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0.

Research Results and Innovation Solutions at the BAY Systems Design Department
Richárd Ladányi PhD, Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd. for Applied Research

EcoDesign: During the design of products and services, environmental impact can be reduced by selecting the appropriate materials and technologies. The extent of this reduction can be characterized by a modeling system prepared with life cycle analysis, allowing us to identify hot spots through which environmental impact reduction can be cost-effectively implemented.
Online manufacturing and manufacturing support system design: Using a digital twin, manufacturing plans can be created and kept up-to-date, while a monitoring system allows for tracking the implementation of these plans. By comparing planned and actual data, we have created a unique system on the market that optimally intervenes in production, improving energy efficiency and resource utilization values by minimizing manufacturing defects (and waste).
Use of geoinformation in logistics: The efficiency of collection and distribution systems is an important element of sustainable operation. Modern methods and tools that can be used in the planning of these activities will be presented through short case studies.

Developing just-in-sequence supply chain design methods
János Juhász PhD, University of Miskolc

The diversity of logistics processes requires new methods and solutions for development of just-in-sequence (JIS) supply chains. These activities are focused on the ideal company operation, which has become one of the key logistics tasks, especially in processes or services processes. The implementation of a just-in-sequence supply strategy can lead to even more cost savings through inventory reductions. Companies are trying to prioritize to evaluate and rate individual suppliers by the fulfillment of specific customer demands.
The choice of the topic for the Ph.D. dissertation was inspired by the companies’ experiences and the increasingly difficult economic situation. The manufacturing and service companies are in a difficult situation, because they have newer and newer tasks to solve as a daily challenge. The scope of these activities focuses on companies’ production processes and logistics services – from the procurement of the necessary raw materials to the recycling of used products.

Today’s Industrial Revolutions – Industry 4.0 and Industry 5.0
Nyikes Zoltán PhD, Milton Friedman University

Throughout history, industrial revolutions have triggered huge changes in the development of humanity. Thanks to our accelerated world, today’s industrial revolutions are almost overlapping. Following the digital transformation of industry, by emphasizing the collaboration between humans and machines, and by aligning organizational purpose, skills, and business processes, skills-based organizations can pave the way towards ingenuity, agility, and frugal innovation, ultimately contributing to a strong and sustainable future.


Ministry of Culture and Innovation
Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd. for Applied Research
Nextent Informatika
University of Miskolc
University of Miskolc Students' Union


mito [at] dosz [dot] hu