László Bacsárdi received his MSc degree in 2006 in Computer Engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) and his PhD in 2012. He is corresponding member of the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA). Between 2009 and 2020, he worked at the University of Sopron, Hungary in various positions including Head of Institute of Informatics and Economics. Since 2020, he is associate professor at the Department of Networked Systems and Services, BME and head of Mobile Communications and Quantum Technologies Laboratory. His current research interests are quantum computing, quantum communications and ICT solutions developed for Industry 4.0. He is chair of the Telecommunications Chapter of the Hungarian Scientific Association for Infocommunications (HTE), Vice President of the Hungarian Astronautical Society (MANT). Furthermore, he is member of AIAA, IEEE and HTE as well as alumni member of the UN established Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC). In 2017, he won the IAF Young Space
Leadership Award from the International Astronautical Federation.
M. Galambos, L. Bacsárdi, Tracking cryptographic keys and encrypted data using position verification, IET Quantum Communication 1:1 pp. 26-33. , 2020
B. Solymos, L. Bacsárdi, Real-time Processing System for a Quantum Random Number Generator, Infocommunications Journal 12:1 pp. 53-59. , 2020
A. Mráz, Z. Kis, S. Imre, L. Gyöngyösi, L Bacsárdi, Quantum circuit-based modeling of continuous-variable quantum key distribution system, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CIRCUIT THEORY AND APPLICATIONS 45:7 pp. 1017-1028., 2017
L. Bacsárdi, On the Way to Quantum-Based Satellite Communication, IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE 51:(08) pp. 50-55., 2013
L. Bacsárdi, Satellite Communication Over Quantum Channel, ACTA ASTRONAUTICA 61:(1-6) pp. 151-159., 2007