Zoltán is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology. He holds a Master of Science degree in mechanical engineering and a Ph.D. in Computer-Aided Design. He leads a research group that studies the emerging behavior of human-system interaction in the context of urban mobility and intelligent manufacturing.
Zoltán has been leading and contributing to several research and innovation projects that aimed to provide insights into people’s perception of system behavior, intent communication by machines, and to develop methods for improving situation awareness of people and systems. His main research interest is in exploring how human-AI symbiosis can shape lean interactions between people and machines. At AMS, together with his colleagues, Zoltán is investigating the human perception of mobile robot’s behavior.
Zoltán has been the general secretary of TMCE Symposia, he is a regular reviewer of several journals and conferences, and an active member of the EIT-Manufacturing community.
AMS Institute provides exceptional facilities for empirical research on emerging interactions with mobile robots in the wild.
“I am eager to shape interaction between human and intelligent machines.”
Social Interaction Dynamics