Research & Development
Company Profile
Contact Us

Last updated: 29/4/2013
Back to Top
Dr George Lugosi
Education & Training:
1959 - Technical University of Budapest, Chemical Engineering, Diploma, B.Eng. (Chem.)

Hungarian Patent Office, Budapest, Completed two-year course for Patents Agents.
1966 - Certificate for Industrial Law Protection
1967 - Certificate for Patents Agent

1968 - Technical University of Budapest, Electronic Engineering, Diploma, B.Eng. (Elec.)

1975 - Ministry of Industry, Budapest, In-house training.
  Completed three year course in  Computer Science

1978 - Ministry of Industry, Budapest,In-house training.
  Completed two year course in Environmental Sciences.

Digital Equipment Corporation (Australia) Course of VMS System Management
1988 - VMS System Manager

Current Employment:
Director of Forarc Pty Ltd
Intellectual Property (Patent) Consultant, Project Management 

A. Full Time Activities
1. "Hungaria" Plastic-Processing Company.
     Operational Engineer1959-1961
     R&D Group Manager1961-1963
2. Hungarian Patent Office.Chief Engineer1963-1968
3. Research Institute for Chemical Industries.
    R&D Group-Manager1968-1975
    Department Manager1975-1979
4. Institute of Flight Sciences   Principal Research Fellow  1979-1980
5. Micro Logic GmbH, Munich, Germany.
    Project Engineer1980-1981
6. Howard Florey Institute of Experimental Physiology and Medicine
    IT/EDP Manager and Engineer1982-1997
7. In 1997 I resigned and commenced work as Director of Forarc Pty Ltd.
    Consulted in the field of Intellectual Property, providing technical information, search, and
    consultation. (Patents, Trade Marks, Registered Design and Plant Breeders’ Rights.) 

B. Seconded:
1. Hungarian Academy of Sciences
    Central Research Institute of Physics
    Member of the Committee for Cosmic Physics and Space Research. Designing equipment for
    aerial photography, image processing and remote-sensing. Develop anti vibration material for
    missile electronics.1972-1976
    R&D Group Manager. Investigation of soil-type distribution of dry areas using different passive
    scanners, aerial photography and image processing techniques.1976-1979
2. Ministry of Agriculture
    Committee of Remote-Sensing and Aerial Photography
    Using ERTS Satellite photos for monitoring crops. Practical usage of the previous satellite and
    aerial photography programmes.1976-1980

International Society for Interdisciplinary
Study of Symmetry (ISIS Symmetry, Board member)
Australasian Computer-Graphics Association
University of Melbourne Computer Users' Committee
Ausgraph84, Ausgraph88 Organising Committee
Curricula Vitae