• 2007, 2008: Information Technology Engineer, GDF Budapest, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, specialty: Computer Science
  • 2003: PhD, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, a Doctor of Technical Sciences, specialty: engineering material science. Scientific advisor: Professor Pálfalvi Attila[1]. Title of thesis: Laser Surface Treatment of Low Carbon Steels (Tratament superficial cu laser al oțelurilor cu conținut redus de carbon)
  • 2001: qualified instructor in distance learning, GDF Budapest, Hungary
  • 1997: post-graduate formation: Finite element methods, University of Zaragoza (Spain), INSA Toulouse (France) and Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (Tempus event).
  • 1997: post-graduate formation: Internet Applications, University of Zaragoza (Spain) and Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (Tempus event).
  • 1994: post-graduate studies: “UNIX User Commands” and “CAD/CAM Euclid3”, Sirom Graphics Trading, Brașov, Romania.
  • 1992: post-graduate studies: Computer Assisted Design with Turbo Pascal, Institute for management and Informatics, Bucharest, Romania.
  • 1992: post-graduate course: Interactive CAD/CAM, University of Miskolc, Cathedra of Descriptive Geometry, Miskolc, Hungary
  • 1984: engineer, materials science, specialty: metallurgy-forging, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca.
  • 1983: certificate in pedagogy, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca.


[1] Bitay Enikő: In memoriam Pálfalvi Attila (1930–2010). Erdélyi Múzeum vol. 72. booklet 1–2, 2010. EME, Cluj-Napoca, pg. 133–134., respectively in the daily newspaper Szabadság, the 17th of March 2010.,PArticleScreen.vm/id/39185.