Bálint Patartics

research fellow
1111 Budapest, Kende u. 13-17.
Room number
K 611
+36 1 279 6214


Bálint Patartics's research interests include the control design and analysis for uncertain systems. More specifically, he works on a structured synthesis method for uncertain systems and worst-case uncertainty sample construction. He applies these methods to the flutter suppression control of a flexible wing aircraft.


  • PhD, Budapesti University of Technology and Economics (BME)( (2023)
  • MSc in Electrical Engineering, BME  (2016)

Teaching activities

Budapesti University of Technology and Economics

Research projects

  • FLEXOP (H2020) (2015-2018)
    • Advanced control methods for flutter free aircraft flight control. The methods are validated on a flexible wing unmanned demonstrator.
  • FLiPASED (H2020) (2019-2023)
    • Flutter suppression control design and analysis implementation in an integrated design framework.

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