Research & Development
Last updated: 29/4/2013
1981 Dr. of Technology with summa cum laude, Budapest Technical University, Budapest, Hungary
1969-1975 Student in physics Eotvos Lorand University, Hungary
1967-1969 Student, Technical University Miskolc, Faculty of Mechanical En¬gineering, Hungary.
2006-2008 Project Manager. In business development, marketing, industrial investment
2002-2006 Head of Project Management Office, Institute of Technics and Informatics
2000-2002 Managing Director. Bioplasma Ltd,
1996-1998 Secretary of Habilitation Committee Technical University, Budapest
1975-2000 Assistant professor, Technical University, Budapest
Main research interest - Informatics, GPS Technology
Additional skills and training
1993: Academy Prize (MTA.X.department) Initiation and dissemination of GPS technology in Hungary
Languages - German, English, Russian
BA 1972, LLB 1975, LLM 1981 University of Sydney
Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales
Member, Law Institute of Victoria.
Adam Bisits is a solicitor, with a corporate and regulatory practice, including in energy, rail and ports. He was chairman of the Advocacy Panel of the National Electricity Rules 2002-2005.
His areas of experience include contracts and regulation in rail, electricity, gas and casinos, as well as: pastoral finance, advertising, all aspects of planning and property development and local government (in NSW and other states), land valuation, open – third party - access in infrastructure, and litigation in these fields. He was a partner of Blake Dawson Waldron from 1983 to 1999 and a consultant there to February 2003, and was managing partner of the Canberra office of the firm, 1990-1992. He headed the developing PricewaterhouseCoopers legal practice in Budapest, 1999-2000.
International work has included: advice on reform of the property, mortgage and related banking system of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1999 – 2000; for the Hungarian government advice on the Australian company law aspects of the contamination of the Tisza river in Hungary and its tributary in Transylvania, 2000-2001.