Prof.Dr.Dipl.-Ing. Miklós Neményi, Ph.D.,DSc.

Prof.Dr.Dipl.-Ing. Miklós Neményi, Ph.D.,DSc.

University of West Hungary

Graduated mechanical engineer (Politechnical University Budapest)

Research Interests

  • Development of the technical background of precision agriculture;

  • Modelling of heat and mass transfer of biological materials;

  • Modelling of mixing of granular materials and special soil particles;
  • Measurements of physical properties of agricultural and food materials;
  • Non-food utilization of agricultural products for bio-fuel and bio-plastic use and natural fibre products

Courses Taught

Involved in BSc., MSc. And Ph.D courses, supervisor and reviewer of diplomas and Ph.D. dissertations.

Memberships

Member of the Doctoral Committee of the University of West-Hungary and the University Szent István (Gödöllo)
Chairman of the Professor Council of the Pannon Agricultiral University (1996-1999)
Member of the Faculty Senate
Member of the Senate of the University of West-Hungary (01. 2000-)
Member of the International Federation of Process Control (IFAC) (Technical Committee on Modelling and Control in Agricultural Processes)
Member of the Hung. Branch of ISTRO (Int. Soil Tillage Research Organisation)
External Member of the Columbia University, Seminars on Pollution and Water Resources
Member of the Editorial Board of the Hungarian Electric Journal of Environmental Sciences
Associated editor of Pollution and Water Resources (Columbia University Seminar Proceedings)
Member of the Editorial Board of the Biosystems Engineering (formerly Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research)
Member of the New Jersey Academy of Sciences
Member of the Advisory Board of Process in Agricultural Engineering Sciences, Akademic Press, Budapest, Wolters Kluwe Group
Head of the Habilitation Board of the University of West Hungary

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