Adam Alfoldi

Adam Alfoldi

Head of Vehicle Dynamics and Control at BME Formula Racing Team

Adam Alfoldi leads the Vehicle Dynamics and Control (VDC) group at BME Formula Racing Team, overseeing a range of critical projects, including the development of the four-wheel-drive control program, lap time simulation, and the creation of a virtual vehicle model in Simscape.

Ádám Alföldi has been an integral part of the BME Formula Racing Team for the past two and a half years. Currently, he leads the Vehicle Dynamics and Control (VDC) group, overseeing a range of critical projects, including the development of the four-wheel-drive control program, lap time simulation, and the creation of a virtual vehicle model in Simscape. One of Alfi’s notable achievements is the design of the wheel slip control algorithm, among many other features within the VDC software suite.

Adam holds a degree in Vehicle Engineering from the University of Technology and Economics. In addition to his team responsibilities, he is actively engaged in research at HUN-REN SZTAKI, focusing on designing novel state observers within control systems. His passion for motorsports drives his ambition to continue his career in this exciting field.

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