Statistics Consulting Group

Statistics and Mathematical Modeling Consulting Group


As a group based in the Departmnet of Stochastics, Institute of Mathematics, BME together with other collegeues of the institute, we offer statistical consulting and provide research to our corporate and academic partners.

What do we offer

  • comprehensive consultancy from formulating statistical problems in a more precise way, through experimental design and using appropriate statistical methods, to interpreting the results
  • research collaborations:
    • working out statistical methods
    • mathematical-statistical analysis of data
    • developing predictive analitical models
    • machine learning algorithms (e.g. graphical model based machine learning)
    • other applied mathematical research and  development
  • off-site statistical training meeting client needs (theoretical education, workshops about statistical softwares and programs)

Our recent partners

  • Analyzing telecommunication user data with statistical and predictive analytical tools
  • Using statistics, stochastic modeling and machine learning techniques to obtain application fingerprints for resource usage of data processing units
  • Predictive network state trajectory modeling

  • Providing expert’s report on the applicability of mathematical-statistical methods used for evaluating braking data

  • Statistical consulting on the validation of packaging of a medical equipment 

  • Developing actuarial softwares (verification of claims that are reported but not settled (RBNS), balance sheet creation

  • Statistical analysis of allergy data (e.g. using logistic regression)

Cooperating partners

HumanField Executive and Specialist Search Ltd. has provided support for the group.


Béla Barabás
honorary associate professor

Máté Baranyi
PhD student

Mariann Bolla
associate professor with habilitation

Edith Kovács
associate professor

Tamás Kói
assistant lecturer

József Mala
assistant professor

Roland Molontay
PhD student, coordinator

Marcell Nagy
research assistant

Tamás Szabados
retired associate professor

Tamás Szántai
professor emeritus


If you  are interested in the services of the Statistics and Mathematical Modeling Consulting Group or you have any questions, then email the coordinator of the group at the address below: