Bertalan Pizág

Bertalan Pizág
Budapest University of Technology and Economics · Department of Mechatronics, Optics and Information Engineering


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Publications (5)
The measurement and characterization of luminaires and lighting scenes is an important part of their design and evaluation process. These measurements often rely on special equipment and generally require manual labor. Our study investigates the possibility of automated lighting measurement using drones, a solution that is gaining popularity in var...
Conference Paper
The paper presents an overview and the main results of the Erasmus+ project titled Interactive Course for Control Theory – ICCT. The project was started by four European Universities when they identified by a survey that students find Control Theory more challenging to understand compared to other subjects. The project’s main goal was to develop a...
The observed luminance of most light sources is many orders of magnitude higher than the luminance of surrounding objects and the background. With the dynamic range of single photographs limited to 8 to 10 bits, both dark and bright values are radically coerced to the limits. This problem is usually circumvented with the use of High-Dynamic-Range (...
The method of near-field goniophotometry is used ever-increasingly to acquire detailed luminance information about various luminaires. It overcomes certain limitations of its predecessor, the widely used and thoroughly standardized far-field goniophotometry, and provides further opportunities to expand the scope of the measurement, but also introdu...


Project (1)
Interactive Course for Control Theory (ICCT) is an Erasmus + Strategic Partnership for higher education project. The project addresses the challenges associated with the learning and teaching of the control theory related courses and students motivation to acquire knowledge from these courses. The main project result is an interactive course for learning control theory, which allows students to actively, using sliders, text boxes, buttons and other interactive elements, interact with given systems and monitor their responses in real time. Students can also test their knowledge by solving exam questions. The interactive course is additionally supported by a textbook, which allows students to further explain and deepen their knowledge.