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Dr Marta Varga
Education
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.

Professional appointments
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
Curricula Vitae
Adam Bisits
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.