BME KJK | Department of Material Handling and Logistics System

BME | Logistics FB | HU


Discover the subjects taught at the Department of Material Handling and Logistics Systems, find out about our research and corporate projects, and the opportunities for our students.

About the Department



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The students who will be most likely to encounter our department are those who are applying for the Bachelor or Master of Science in Logistics Engineering at the Faculty of Transport Engineering and Vehicle Engineering. Among other things, we will learn about supply chains, the main areas of corporate logistics, and production logistics. You will also learn about packaging and transport logistics. We will talk about the warehousing and material handling processes as well as the material handling machines and automation. Everyone can find areas of interest and value in our training.

ALRT subjects


taught by our Department



at the Faculty’s webpage



e-learning system

BME Neptun


system of studies

Renewed laboratories in Building L

Our equipments

Renewed laboratories

Research & Development

It’s important to us that our students are able to immerse themselves in interesting and exciting logistics topics, and we give them all the help they need. Whether it’s joining one of our main research groups listed below or starting their own research topics, we are happy to support their project.

BME ALRT kutatás, citylog

City logistics

Examination of the supply system for urban demand points

BME ALRT kutatás, drón

Drone delivery

Improving document flow processes with drones

BME ALRT research, monitoring

Production logistics

Indoor positioning, surveillance with drones

drone research
drone research

Student opportunities

Our department actively supports students who are interested in a logistics problem or area and want to learn more about it. An excellent basis for this is the participation in the Scientific Student Conference (TDK in hungarian), where they can present their newly acquired knowledge. Our internship programme gives students the opportunity to participate in research and industrial projects in the department, gaining experience while they are still studying. Finally, we should mention the National Logistics Team Championships (NLVK), where our teams have had many successes over the years.

TDK work written in the department

OTDK rankings from 2001 onwards

podium finish at NLVK championship

Industrial projects

We believe that the best way to be a good educator and to pass on the knowledge that our students will need in the world of work is to be in constant contact with companies and partners, to get to know them and their processes and to work with them to improve their operations.


Our Partners

Our Partners