Dr. Péter Mogyorósi has a degree of PhD in Physics from JATE University, Szeged (Hungary, 1986). He was a researcher in various European universities (JATE, Szeged; JHKU, Linz; Uppsala University) from 1984-1992. His research area was: Laser-induced micro-fabrication of solid surfaces. He published 25 scientific papers and received the Young Scientist Award of European Material Society in 1988.
He has extensive practical experience in innovation management, research-industry co-operations, technology transfer and project development for international clients based on 25+ years’ work experience. He has participated as guest lecturer in many trainings and seminars on innovation management, commercialization and exploitation. In addition he holds presentations and speeches at different national and international events (conferences, seminars, workshops). He is author of some 25 international scientific publications and 6 further publications in the field of innovation management.
He has been the CEO of LC Innoconsult since 1992. Dr. Péter Mogyorósi has gained the experience in the field of exploitation of project results through contribution in the implementation of 40+ FP7 and H2020 projects, in which he has been a member of the expert team. Currently he is exploitation team leader of 6 big consortium projects of H2020.
He has significant experience on the field of coaching as well, since he provided coaching service for 15 H2020 SME Instrument beneficiaries, for 5 selected start-up companies in 2014 in the framework of PROFIS Project and 100+ companies in North Macedonia.
During the last 25+ years he has been working as an external consultant on many projects for the European Union, NATO and the United Nations (UNIDO, UN ESCAP) and World Bank.
His expertise covers mainly commercialization of R&D results, strategic planning, negotiations, establishment of new co-operations, business development. He has experience in Europe (special experience in West-Balkan) and in the Far-East (China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Singapore).
Dr. Péter RUZICSKA has a degree of M. Sc. and a PhD in Biology from Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest (Hungary). He started his carrier in plant molecular biology research in the Biological Research Centre of the HAS and continued with research and teaching first at Szentgyörgyi Albert Medical University of Szeged, later at the George Washington University in Washington DC. USA. On returning Hungary he started his own business ventures and became the president of the Regional Information Technology Centre Rt. He has extensive practical experience in company management, business planning, marketing management, industry cooperation, and coaching and training to CEO-s. He managed a Phare project in which a two-seater experimental airplane was built and successfully commercialized. After retirement he joined the team of LC Innoconsult, since his expertise in strategic planning, business development, financial management, and coaching fits right in the company tasks.
MSc. Katarína Nagyová has a degree of M.Sc. in Biology at University of Szeged, Hungary. She spent 3 years in research in the field of biophysics. In 2009 she started to work as innovation manager, later she became the Managing Director of Szeged-Biopolisz Innovation Services Ltd, which company was established to manage and commercialize the IP portfolio of the University of Szeged. She started to work at LC Innoconsult in 2012 where she is responsible for consultancy on IP rights, commercialization strategies, and technology transfer. She prepared 40 exploitation related workshops for FP7 and H2020 projects. She was involved in two successfully closed H2020 project and is already involved in three ongoing projects as an exploitation and IPR expert.
Klára Kitajka received her Master Degree in Molecular biology and Biotechnology and a PhD in Biology at the University of Szeged, Hungary. She worked as a PhD student at the Biochemistry Institute of the Biological Research Centre (BRC) of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS) investigating the effect of omega-3 containing diets on the different brain functions, such as learning and memory. She was a post-doc fellow in the field of lipid biochemistry in the University of the Balearic Islands, Spain and was a guest researcher in Kyoto, Japan and in Germany. Later on, she worked as a senior scientist at the Laboratory of Functional Genomics of BRC HAS, was involved in different research programmes related to better understand human diseases, like cancer and neurodegenerative diseases, etc. She was one of the company founders of AVIDIN Ltd in 2002, the chief executive officer from 2002-2008 and since 2009 she has been the head of Foreign Relations of the company.
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