Sándor Imre is professor and Head of Department of Networked Systems and Sevices at the Budapest University of Technology (BME). He obtained dr. univ. degree in in probability theory and statistics 1996, Ph.D. degree in 1999 and DSc degree from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS) in 2007. He was elected to Senior Member of IEEE in 2012 and corresponding member of HAS in 2019. He is the vice chairman of Section of Engineering Sciences. He acts as supervisor in the High Seed Networks Laboratory since 1999. He was invited to join the Mobile Innovation Centre of BME as R&D director between 2005-2015. Similarly he is the R&D director of the Quantum Informatics National Lab of Hungary since 2020. His research interests include mobile and wireless systems, quantum computing and communications. Especially he has contributions on different wireless access technologies, mobility protocols and their game theoretical approaches, reconfigurable systems, quantum computing based algorithms and communication protocols. He published 3 books and 400+ conference and journal papers.
Imre, S ; Balázs, F: Quantum Computing and Communications – An Engineering Approach Chichester, Egyesült Királyság / Anglia : John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (2005), 283 p.
Imre, S: Quantum Existence Testing and its Application for Finding Extreme Values in Unsorted Databases, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTERS 56 : 5 pp. 706-710., 5 p. (2007)
Imre, S: Quantum Communications – Explained for Communication Engineers, IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE 51 : 8 pp. 28-35., 8 p. (2013)
Gyongyosi, L ; Imre, S ; H. V., Nguyen: A Survey on Quantum Channel Capacities, IEEE COMMUNICATIONS SURVEYS AND TUTORIALS 20 : 2 pp. 1149-1205., 57 p. (2018)
Imre, S ; Berces, M: Entanglement-based Competition Resolution in Distributed Systems, IEEE ACCESS
pp. 1-10., 10 p. (2021)