Ádám studied Mechatronics Engineering and Robotics: He completed his bachelors at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2017 and earned a master's degree at the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien in 2019. After gaining experience in specialty equipment development as well as in university research, he joined Takeda for his master’s thesis. His topic was mobile robotics in laboratory automation. For his thesis he implemented and tested a method for the manipulation of microtiter plates in a simulation environment. Besides, he supported the implementation of the robotized microscale platform. His side projects included custom electronics and rapid prototyping for device integration and extending device functionality.
After graduation, Ádám started his PhD studies at the Doctoral School of Applied Informatics and Applied Mathematics of the Óbuda University. Further on, his focus is mobile robotics and laboratory automation. Together with interns and students whom he supervises, he is working with a research-oriented mobile manipulator platform to conduct feasibility studies and develop new technologies. He also supports various teams within the global organization with, laying the foundations for a global robotics R&D and Training lab inside Takeda. He is striving towards industry-wide solutions that will enable system integration in a plug and play fashion. Establishing connections in the scientific and industrial community is essential for him to achieve this goal.