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Gyula Szeker

Gyula Szeker, Hungarian government official.

Background

  • Szeker, Gyula was born on September 24, 1925 in Szombathely, Hungary. Son of Janos and Karolina (Ferenczi) Szeker.

  • Education

    • Academy D. Chemical Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1971.

    Career

    • Chief engineer Hungarian Aluminum Industry, 1954-1956, deputy of minister for Heavy Industries, 1956-1963, minister's 1st deputy, 1963-1971, minister of state, 1971-1975. Deputy prime minister Council of Ministers, Budapest, 1975-1980. Chairman State Office Technology Development, Budapest, 1980-1984.

      President Hungarian Office for Standardization, since 1984. Chairman committee National Atomic Energy Agency, Budapest, 1980-1984.

    Works

    • Author: Position and Progress of the Hungarian Chemical Industry, 1965. Chemicalization in the National Economy, 1971. Chemical Accomplishments in the Development of Hungarian Industry, 1972.

      The Importance of Aluminum in Technical Development, 1975. Hungarian Aluminum Industry and the Socialist Economic Integration, 1975. The Aluminum Program, 1979.

      Hungarian Economy-World Economy, 1978. Development of Industry-Technical Development, 1982. Technical Progress and Competitiveness, 1984.

      Hungarian Development of Industry and Technology in the Years of 80's, 1984. Chemicalization and Hungarian Chemical Industry, 1985. Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Connections

    • Married Eva Apro; children– Laszlo, Gyula Junior Degree Chemical Engineering, Eotvos Lorand University.
    • father: Janos Szeker
    • mother: Karolina (Ferenczi) Szeker
    • spouse: Eva Apro
    • children: Laszlo Szeker
    • Gyula Junior Degree Chemical Engineering Szeker
    • Eotvos Lorand University Szeker
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    Born September 24, 1925
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