Andras Gabor

Professor, Department of Information Systems, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

Dr. András Gábor, professor. He earned a diploma (MSc) in Business and Economics (1974) and  in Computer Science  (1979) , dr. univ. oec.  (1976), C.Sc (Ph.D) (1983), CISA (1999), Habil.dr (2002).
His expertise: systems analysis, information management, intelligent systems.
Foreign experiences: "Delivering Information Services", Harvard Business School, USA (Executive course) 1995, Imperial College of Science and Technology, Department of Management Science, UK, 5 months (knowledge-based systems) 1986,  DePaul University, Department of Computer Science and Information Systems, Chicago, USA 1 month (executive information systems, AI applications) 1985, Imperial Chemical Industries, Pharmaceutical Division, Alderly park, Macclesfield, UK 2 months (sales/distribution management simulation) 1975.
Memberships: John von Neumann Society of Computer Science, ISACA Hungarian Chapter.
He participated and managed several national and international projects: PRAXIS, AC301 project. (1998-2000), “Hospital Evaluation and Analysis” Research project No. 622/191, Soros Foundation Healthcare Management Programme (1998-99), “Knowledge intensive technologies in the development of global information infrastructure” c. Ministry of Education R&D program, No. 1355/1997. (1997-99), “Decision Support Methods for Hospital Evaluation”, Swiss National Science Foundation, Project# 7UNPJ048553, cooperating with the Ingenieur Schule, Wadenswil. (1996-98)  Knowledge-based Systems, Knowledge Engineering, Frame-based Expert Systems University of Amsterdam (1992-95), "Curriculum Development in Business Information Systems", PHARE/TEMPUS project (1990-92), GUIDE "Creating European Identity Management Architecture for eGovernment"FP6 IST (2002-2006), mLearning, VCR, ManagEUr Leonardo da Vinci projects (2002-2006),  Process Management in the Hungarian Higher Education - National Development Plan, Human Resource Development Operative Program - project manager (2004-2006), eLINK – east-west Link for Innovation, Networking and Knowledge exchange.