Gábor Hosszú received the M.Sc. degree in electrical
engineering from the Technical University of Budapest (current name is Budapest University of Technology and
Economics). He obtained a
Cand.Sci. degree from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and his Ph.D.
from the Budapest University of Technology and
After graduation he received a three-year scholarship from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences to carry out research at the Hungarian Microelectronics Co. Currently he is a senior lecturer on the Department of Electron Devices at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
In 2011, he earned his lawyer's diploma from the Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences.
Formerly his major areas of research were semiconductor model parameter extraction and iteration methods. He participated and presented a lecture in the ICMTS International Conference in Kyoto, Japan, entitled "Semiconductor device parameter extraction based on reconfigurable ring oscillator frequency measurements".
c Currently his main fields of interests are computational modelling, VHDL-based circuit design, Internet based mediacommunication, IP and Application Level multicast, P2P communication, computational paleography, computer-aided paleography, computational script modelling, intellectual property rights in electronic engineering and computer science.
He is leader of a national research projects and other research and development projects.
From 2008 he is representing the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in the National Standardisation Technical Committee called Informatics (MSZT/MB 819) of the Hungarian Standards Institution.
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