Machine learning + ethology, paving the way for a modernized approach to ethology and animal welfare. We develop a wearable sensor system for automatic recognition of animal behaviour. See more here.
Your robot doesn’t have to behave like a human, for it to be socially acceptable. Your dog and cat doesn’t, and you still love having them around. See more here. Among other things, I lead the development of Biscee, our social robot.
Press and other materials:
- Qubit. (hu)
- YouTube playlist
- https://bisceerobot.hu/ (hu)
Smart apparel for runners
Developing algorithms and models to deliver insights based on wearable sensors to increase performance and prevent injuries. See more here.
Regolith Desktop Environment
I am a contributor for Regolith DE, an i3 based desktop environment for Ubuntu.
My very own vim plugin, for bibtex citaton based on fzf-bibtexcite and bibtool. Features inserting citations, viewing or inserting bibtex citation info based on citation keys and opening pdf-s associated with citations in an external citation.
I’ve contributed some minor patches to aerc, the software I use to read my emails. I’ve also written two small utilities to use with terminal MUA-s:
- mailddir-rank-addr generates a ranked addressbook from a maildir folder. It can be used in MUA’s like aerc or mutt by grepping the list for fast address autocomplete. Written in go for “blazingly” fast output.
- caeml can be used to cat eml files to get more human readable output than raw email.
Modelling complex biological systems
In Tamás Vicsek’s group I worked on modelling collective motion and network based epidemiology.
Vezics is a highly efficient, scalable chromatography platform for high-quality exosome isolation, currently aiming for a minimum viable product, where I was the lead software developer.