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Introduction of the Department of Building Informatics, Geodesy and Mathematics

In addition to teaching the subjects of classical mathematical topics (mathematical analysis, differential equations, probability calculation, linear algebra), the department also teaches CAD and geometric software (basic CAD and architectural CAD software, Cabri 3D, GeoGebra), where students can acquire proficiency in the preparation of virtual 3D models using geometric methods. The theoretical and practical geodesy lessons can be learned in field conditions, with a project-oriented task. With the rapid development of IT in the 1980s, geospatial information technology was developed, which quickly became part of our education. At the time of the launch of Ybl's predecessor, the Upper Building Industrial School, geodesy was already included in the topics taught, and mathematics was taught here by Dániel Arany, founder of the High School Mathematical Journals (KÖMAL), between 1905 and 1919.

The tools used for contemporary geodesy exercises can still be found on the Faculty to this day. Traditional angular measuring instruments have increasingly been excluded from the exercises, replaced by modern measuring stations, and map drawing with rulers and ink has been crowded out in our exercises by CAD programs.  The teaching of mathematics and informatics subjects is currently taught by Dr. István Talata, head of department, professor at habil. Dr. Gyula Nagy is a college professor, Dr. János Katona is an associate professor and Dr. Gergely Mészzáros is an assistant professor. The teaching of geodesy and geospatial subjects is currently provided by Dr. László Szücs, associate professor, Bettina Csala teaching assistant, Dr. Gergely Tibor Mészáros assistant professor and János Tóth master instructor, but this list is often expanded with lecturers also recognized in the profession.

Active research is taking place in the department, in the department's Mathematics and Informatics department the boundary areas of geometry, optimization and statistics, discrete geometry, convexity, combinatorial geometry, educational methodology research, open source network security, and in the Geodesy specialty group on archaeological geodesy topics. The group of faculty members is in close contact with professional organizations, co-universities and industry players, thus ensuring a modern education that meets industry expectations.