Ulbert | Lab
Meet The Team
István Ulbert, MD, DSc
II. Human epilepsy labIII. Neural tissue interfacing
IV. High-density brain imaging
Head of the Lab, Full Professor
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György Karmos, MD, PhD
III. Neural tissue interfacing
Senior Research Fellow | Professor Emeritus
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Lucia Wittner, PhD
Senior Research Fellow
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Richárd Fiáth, PhD
Richárd Fiáth received his M.S. degree in electrical and computer engineering from the Faculty of Information Technology, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary, in 2009 and his Ph.D. degree in neurosciences from the Semmelweis University, Budapest, in 2017. He is currently working as postdoc at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Budapest. His current research interests include neural interfaces, high-density neural recording methods, thalamocortical oscillations and the physiology of sleep.
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Gergely Márton, PhD
I. Human-machine interfaces
Dr. Gergely Márton has an MSc degree in electrical engineering and a PhD in neurosciences. He is a researcher, inventor, hardware designer and programmer working on MEMS neural microelectrode arrays and brain-computer interfacing. He is also experimenting with the application of deep learning and advanced image processing in neurosciences and plays touch rugby for even more fun.
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Dániel Hillier, PhD
V. Visual systems neuroscience
Kinga Tóth, PhD
II. Human epilepsy lab
Kinga works on surgically removed human neocortical tissues from epileptic and non-epileptic patients. She studies the spontaneous synchronous population activity which is generated in the slice-preparations of these specimens. By applying electrophysiological and anatomical methods, she examines the role of perisomatic inhibition in the generation of physiological and pathological activities.
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Domonkos Horváth, MSc
Domokos Meszéna, MSc
Domokos received an MSc in info-bionics engineering at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Faculty of Information Technology and Bionics and joined the group in 2014. He has a keen interest in neural-tissue interfacing using various tools of electrophysiology (in vivo and in vitro) as well as two-photon laser scanning microscopy. Currently, he is designing a multi-modal set-up to record simultaneous intra- and extracellular signals from the same neuron combined with two- photon imaging for generating ground-truth datasets. Outside the lab he defines himself - among others - as a guitar player (both jazz and rock), and a hobby DSLR photographer. CV
Ágnes Kandrács, MSc
Agnes Kandracs is a PhD candidate in the Roska Tamas Doctoral School of Sciences and Technology at Pazmany Peter Catholic University in Budapest Hungary under the supervision of Dr Lucia Wittner. She completed her BSc and MSc at the Faculty of Information Technology and Bionics at the Pazmany Peter Catholic University with specialisation in molecular bionics and infobionics engineering. She is currently an assistant research fellow at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences within the group of Comparative Psychophysiology. Her main research project is the electrophysiological and anatomical examination of cortical neural networks.
Tibor Nánási, MD, MSc
VI. Computational modeling
Tibor received his MD at Semmelweis University and completed his MSc of Medical Biotechnology at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Faculty of Information Technology and Bionics. As a bioinformaticist, he specialized on the systems biology of human brain aging and on neural oscillations. His current research is focused on computational approaches combining machine learning and graph-based techniques to analyze gene expression changes in health and disease. Apart from the in silico experiments, he’s an amateur electric guitar player and photographer. CV (hu)
Bálint File, MSc
Bálint File has an MSc degree from info-bionic engeneering and he is currently finishing a PhD from network analysis of complex sytems. His research interest focus on the network analysis of large-scale neural interactions and network organization of free word associations. He also likes exploring different cultures and hiking in remote areas., CV
Estilla Zsófia Tóth, MSc
Gábor Orbán, MSc
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Csaba Köllőd, MSc
Csaba received his master degree in Info-bionics engineering at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Faculty of Information Technology and Bionics. His research topic is about Brain-Computer Interfaces supported by Deep Learning technologies. Currently he is developing an application, which will be challenged in the Cybathlon 2020 competition in BCI discipline. He is the manager and the leader programmer of this project. In his free time he loves to teach skiing, playing Ultimate Frisbee, go to theater, scouting and learning new things like guitar playing, photography and more. CV
Csilla Szita-Szabó, MSc
PhD Student - on Maternity Leave
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Csaba Horváth, MSc
János Rókai, MD
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Ward Fadel, MSc
PhD Student - Stipendium Hungaricum
Moutz Wahdow, MSc
Gergely Mészáros, MSc
András Adolf, MSc
After receiving his master degree in Info-Bionics Engineering at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, András has started his PhD studies at Roska Tamás Doctoral School. His topic is about Brain-Computer Interfaces supported by Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning for the classification of EEG signals. He focuses on Neural Networks with limited amount of input data, and on different Channel Selection algorithms. Currently he is also working on the Cybathlon project. In his free time, he likes running, learning Spanish, hiking and playing on electric guitar.
Melinda Rácz, MSc
Young Researcher Fellow
Melinda Rácz is an electrical engineer and member of the group since 2018. She received her master’s degree at Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2020. Melinda is interested in neural-tissue interfacing (and electrophysiological measurements in general) and plans to obtain a PhD degree in neuroscience. CV
Barnabás Kocsis, MSc
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Former members, visiting researchers and their current affiliations
Viola Matusz, MSc
Currently at 3DHisteq Ltd.
Nóra Bunford, PhD
Recently formed her own Lendület Developmental and Translational Neuroscience Research Group, Bunford Lab.
Katharina Hofer, PhD
Now post-doc at Dan Rokni Lab (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
Bálint Péter Kerekes, PhD
Now working as Production Consultant at ISYS-ON Information Consulting Ltd.
Emília Tóth, PhD
Now post-doc at Sandipan Pati Lab, UAB department of Neurology, Alabama, US.
Ildikó Pál, PhD
Now working at Gedeon Richter Plc.
Zoltán Kárász, PhD
Now working as a Machine learning engineer at Bosch.
Richárd Csercsa, PhD
Currently working as an R&D engineer at Ericsson.
Balázs Gábor Dombovári, PhD
Now working at GE Healthcare.
László Grand, PhD
Currently at Nevrotech Inc., Appercell Inc. and PPCU FITB.
László Entz, MD, PhD
Currently at Schulthess Klinik, Zurich, Switzerland.
Dániel Fabó, MD, PhD
Currently at National Institute of Clinical Neurosciences.
János Pálhalmi, PhD
Currently at EastWestData Ltd.
Student accomplishments in the Lab
Bálint Tamás (2020)
Dorottya Laura Bilicz (2020)
Zsófia Lánczi (2020)
Mihály Levente Boda (2020)
Marcell Lebek (2020)
Nikomidisz Eftimiu (2020)
Dániel Huszka (2020)
Daniella Bartucz (2020)
Veronika Kardos (2020)
Piroska Telek (2020)
Ágoston Pethes (2020)
Polina Arisztarhova (2020)
Máté Unger (2020)
Levente Balázsi (2020)
Nóra Berecz (2020)
Ádám Harascsák (2020)
Petra Molnár (2020)
Tünde Szungyi (2020)
Blanka Bodri (2020)
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