Ádám studied Mechatronics and Robotics at TU Budapest and at FH Technikum Wien. He has gained extensive experience in industrial R&D (specialty equipment prototyping) and in academic R&D (agromechatronics). He joined Takeda in 2019 to write his master thesis on mobile manipulators for laboratory automation. After conducting a successful simulation-based feasibility study and taking part in various robot implementations across Takeda, he started his industrial PhD at the company. Supervised by the Óbuda University, he is currently working on a standardized digital twin framework for the plug & play integration of lab robots. He plays an active role in the lab automation community by leading the SiLA Robotics Working Group.