András KISS

András KISS


András Kiss, PhD was born in 1982 in Hungary. He obtained his MSc degree at the University of Pannonia and his PhD degree at Pázmány Péter Catholic University in 2007 and 2011 respectively. Since 2012, he has been working as assistant lecturer at Pázmány Péter Catholic University (PPCU) and as researcher at the Institute for Computer Science and Control (SZTAKI) of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His teaching activity involves subjects such as signal processing, digital systems, parallel computing architectures, as well as theory and computation of electrical networks, among others. His main research interest includes high performance computing, multi-core processing and cellular wave-computing.


  • • A., Kiss ; Z., Nagy ; P., Szolgay, “Some experimental results on Kilo/Mega Core Architectures”, In: ANNA '18 (2018) pp. 34-39. , 6 p.
  • • Kiss, A ; Nagy, Z ; Sántha, L M ; Csaba, Gy, “An Efficient Multi-Level Fast Multipole Method Implementation on FPGA”, CNNA 2018.16th International Workshop on Cellular Nanoscale Networks and their Applications (2018)
  • • Zarándy, Á ; Németh, M ; Nagy, Z ; Kiss, A ; Sántha, L ; Zsedrovits, T, “A real-time multi-camera vision system for UAV collision warning and navigation”, JOURNAL OF REAL-TIME IMAGE PROCESSING 12 : 4 pp. 709-724. , 16 p. (2016)
  • • Nagy, Z ; Nemes, Cs ; Hiba, A ; Csík, Á ; Kiss, A ; Ruszinkó, M ; Szolgay, P, “Accelerating unstructured finite volume computations on field-programmable gate arrays”, CONCURRENCY AND COMPUTATION: PRACTICE AND EXPERIENCE 26 : 3 pp. 615- 643. , 29 p. (2014)
  • • Zarandy, A ; Nagy, Z ; Vanek, B ; Zsedrovits, T ; Kiss, A ; Nemeth, M; “A Five-Camera Vision System for UAV Visual Attitude Calculation and Collision Warning”, LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE 7963 pp. 11-20. , 10 p. (2013)
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