Automation and Applied Computer Science Workshop

Scope and Objectives of the Workshop

Automation and Applied Computer Science Workshop is a workshop at the Department of Automation and Applied Informatics (DAAI), Budapest University of Technology and Economics aiming to provide a forum for the PhD student community at DAAI to discuss their research results. Doctoral students will have the opportunity to present and to discuss their research goals, methodology, and initial/final results within a constructive atmosphere.

The Workshop organizers will strive to provide useful guidance for completion of the dissertation research and motivation for a research career. The Workshop is intended for students who have already settled on a specific research proposal and have some preliminary results, but still have enough time remaining before their final defense so that they can benefit from the fruitful Workshop discussions. Due to the mentoring aspect of the event, the Workshop will be open only to those students and mentors participating directly in the event. 


Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Control Theory, Control Engineering
  • Robotics
  • Power Electronics
  • Hardware Design
  • Data Mining and Intelligent Systems
  • Graph and Model Transformation
  • Metamodeling and Domain-Specific Languages
  • Mobil and Distributed Systems
  • Computer Graphics

Workshop format

We invite full papers (12 pages) and short papers (6 pages). Authors are required to choose the format that is the most appropriate for their contribution. You can download the tempate from here. List of files from the template:

  • The LaTeX style file for the workshop: AUTstyle.sty
  • A template for creating your paper in LaTeX using the style file: aacsTemplate.tex
  • The figure in png format for the template: BMElogo.png
  • Two sample bibliography files: reni.bib and itemsetmining.bib 
  • The result of the template: aascTemplate.pdf

Please submit the generated PDF file at Easychair.

Workshop organizers

István Vajk - Department of Automation and Applied Informatics, BME
Dmitriy Dunaev - Department of Automation and Applied Informatics, BME


The conference language is English, therefore we ask you to use the English language in your communication with the Organizing Committee.