Academic Editor

Sándor Szénási


Sándor Szénási has earned his MSc degree in 2004 from Faculty of Informatics of Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. He has received his PhD in 2013 from Doctoral School of Applied Informatics (GSAI) of Óbuda University, Budapest.

Currently, he is an associate professor in the Institute of Applied Informatics of John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics, Óbuda University, Budapest. He is the leader of the local CUDA Teaching Center.

His research areas are (data) parallel algorithms, GPU programming and medical image processing. He engages both in theoretical fundamentals and in algorithmic issues with respect to realization of practical requirements and given constraints.
He is the member of the John von Neumann Computer Society and IEEE, and also a reviewer of several conferences and journals.

Algorithms & Analysis of Algorithms Computer Education Computer Vision Distributed & Parallel Computing Optimization Theory & Computation Programming Languages Scientific Computing & Simulation

Work details

associate professor

Óbuda University
January 2014
Applied Informatics

assistant lecturer

Óbuda University
January 2001 - December 2013
Applied Informatics

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