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consultant , process control engineer

Bela George Liptak, Hungarian process control engineer, consultant. Achievements include patent for Apparatus and System for Animal Training; invention of constraint-envelope method of control for coal gasifiers, the herding control system which makes possible the self-heating of office buildings.

Background

Liptak, Bela George was born on June 7, 1936 in Budapest, Hungary. Came to the United States, 1956. Son of Bela and Margit (Dieballa) Liptak.

Education

BME, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1959. Mechanical and Materials Engineering, City College of New York, 1962.

Career

Chief instrument engineer Crawford & Russell, Stamford, Connecticut, 1959-1975. President Lipták Associates, since 1975. Consultant International Business Machines Corporation, White Plains, New York, 1973-1980, SETEC, Argentina, 1980-1981, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, India, 1987-1988.

Faculty member Yale University. Lecturer Harvard University. Course director Center Professional Advancement, United States of America, Europe.

Book reviewer for American Scientist magazine.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patent for Apparatus and System for Animal Training. Invention of constraint-envelope method of control for coal gasifiers, the herding control system which makes possible the self-heating of office buildings.

Works

Membership

Candidate for parliament The Green Party of Hungary, 1990. Chief advisor for environment Mayor of Budapest, 1991. Fellow Instrument Society of America (Pond award 1975).

Member World Federation Hungarian Engineers (board directors since 1990), Foundation to Protect Hungarian Environment (president since 1986).

Connections

Married Marta Szacsvay, December 27, 1959. Children: Adam, Agnes.

father:
Bela Liptak

mother:
Margit (Dieballa) Liptak

spouse:
Marta Szacsvay

child:
Adam Liptak

child:
Agnes Liptak