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Curriculum Vitae Gyorgy Csaki


Name:   CSÁKI, György
Address:   H-1145 Budapest Gödöllői u. 145.
Telephone:   (+36-1) 221-33-06
E-mail address:
Place and date of birth:   Mohács, May 6, 1955
Marital status:   married

Education and qualifications

1969-73: Komarov Gimnázium és Szakközépiskola (Secondary School), Pécs
School-leaving certificate (A levels in Mathematics, Hungarian Language and Literature, History, Geodesy)
1974-77: Pollack Mihály Technical College, Pécs
BSc degree in civil engineering
1984-90: Technical University, Budapest
MSc degree in geodesy

Work experience

1978-79: Mecseki Szénbányák (Mecsek Coal Mines - István Mine), Pécs
Post: underground foreman
Responsibilities: elimination of gas explosions and dehydration of the mine
1979-82: Pécsi Geodéziai és Térképészeti Vállalat (Geodetic and Mapping Company, Pécs)
Post: photogrammetric evaluator
Responsibilities: evaluation of topograhical and cadastral maps
1983-88: EROTERV, Budapest
Post: general researcher
Responsibilities: managing photogrammetry and geodetic surveys at the construction of the Nuclear Power Station, Paks
1988-91: Földmérési és Távérzékelési Intézet (Institute of Geodesy and Remote Sensing), Budapest
Post: general researcher
Responsibilities: developing photogrammetric and applied geodetic programs
1991-99: Geodézia Rt., Budapest
Post: IT director
Responsibilities: developing and managing photogrammetric and GIS projects
2000 to date: Erda Geodéziai, Térinformatikai, Számítástechnikai szolgáltató és fejlesztő Kft., Budapest (a firm specialised in Geodesy, GIS and IT)
Post: managing director
Responsibilities: developing and managing the firm specialised in developing geodetic, GIS, photogrammetric and IT programs and projects

Professional interests

Implementations of GIS, remote sensing and photogrammetry in archaeological research and monument protection.
1992-93: setting up a GIS, handling and filling up the collected data in the system within the framework of the heritage site management project in Angkor, Cambodia. This expedition worked on the so-called ZEMP project with the support of UNESCO.
1998: various Egyptian projects on spot and in Hungary. Amongst them was the preparation of digital documentation for TT 32 in Luxor West Bank by photogrammetry; the case study and status surveying of the rock wall behind mortuary temple of Hatshepsut as well as of the ceiling of Seti I's sarcophagus chamber by analytical photogrammetry.