Magyar nyelvű változat The website of Tamás Mészöly
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• Curriculum vitae
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Professional experience
  • 2012–: Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, research assistant
  • Summer 2012: MAFC Sailing Department, sailing trainer and motorboot driver
  • 2011–2012: Wikimedia Hungary, office manager
  • 2010–2011: Wikimedia Hungary, chair of the supervisory committee
  • Summer 2010: Camp Winadu, Massachusetts, USA, student camp staff
  • 2010–: MAFC Sailing Department, board member responsible for racing
  • 2009–2011: Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Faculty of Civil Engineering, Department of Structural Engineering, Ph.D. student
  • 2008–2010: Wikimedia Hungary, executive vice president
  • 2006–2009: MAFC Sailing Department, FüredYacht Charter and Education Centre, sailing instructor
  • 2001–2002, 2009–2010: testing and development of the FEM-Design software at Strusoft
  • Summer 2001: Ganz Bridge, Crane and Steel Structures Manufacturing Co.; construction of the Mária Valéria Bridge in Esztergom, intern
  • Summer 1998: North-East Hungarian Highway Co.; construction of M3 Highway between Gyöngyös and Füzesabony, intern
  • 2009–2011: BME Vásárhelyi Pál Civil Engineering and Geosciences Doctoral School
  • November 2003: “Danube Bridges that Improved the Development of Budapest” ATHENS Program course, certificate with excellent qualification
  • October 2003: Fire Engineering, NFATEC course
  • 2002–2010: BME Faculy of Civil Engineering, Surveying and Geoinformatics, M.Sc.
  • 1997–2007: BME Faculty of Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering, M.Sc., diploma with honours
  • 1993–97: Táncsics Mihály Special College (History, Mathematics)
  • 1993–97: Toldy Ferenc Secondary School; special mathematics-informatics class
Research activities
  • 2009–2011: BME, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Department of Structural Engineering, Ph.D. student
  • 2004–2005: BME Department of Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics, research assistant
  • August 2003: “Quasi-Static Deformations of Particulate Materials 2003” workshop (25-28 August, Budapest, Hungary)
  • Spring 2002: CEEPUS research scholarship at the Institute for Strength of Materials of the Vienna University of Technology
  • 2000–2004: BME, Department of Structural Mechanics teaching assistant
  • 2000: presentation at the “Micromechanics of Granular Materials” workshop (Mátraháza, Hungary)
  • 1998–2002: BME, Department of Structural Mechanics and Hungarian Academy of Sciences–BME Computational Structural Mechanics Research Group, University Scientific Student Conference paper
  • List of publications
Awards and scholarships
  • 2009: BME Civil Engineering Foundation thesis award, for “Design of extradosed bridges”
  • 2005: second prize and special prize at the 27th Hungarian Scientific Student Conference paper
  • 2004: first prize at the University Scientific Student Conference and qualification for the Hungarian conference for “Study of Automated Aerotriangulation”
  • 2001–2003: scholarship of the Scientia et Conscientia (Knowledge and Conscience) Foundation
  • 2001–2005: BME Scholarship
  • 2001: official honour for the presentation in the 25th Hungarian Scientific Student Conference
  • 1999: second prize and qualification for the Hungarian competition in University Scientific Student Conference for “Examining Silos Using Micromechanic Model”
  • Computer skills: good command of Microsoft Office, a wide range of FEM, CAD, mathematics and geoinformatics software. Basic programming skills. Sysop experience with MediaWiki websites.
  • Languages: mother tongue Hungarian, intermediate English, basic German
  • Licences: driving licence, sailing and motor-boat licence
Sport, hobby
  • 2007–: promoting and developing Wikipedia and other free knowledge projects
  • 1997–2006: competitor of the Sailing Tour Sport Club, then of the Sailing Department of the University Sports Club
  • 1989–90, 1990: cyclist Sports Club member
Last modified: 2013-01-26
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