Diploma in engineering, Technology University Budapest, 1919.
Town planning projects, Yugoslav Government, 1920-1921;
resident city planner, Technology Advisory Corporation of New York, 1921-1924;
junior member of firm, Technology Advisory Corporation of New York, 1924-1926;
planning engineer and secretary in charge of staff, Cincinnati City Planning Commission, 1926-1928;
planning consultant in private practice as head, Ladislas Segoe & Associations, Cincinnati, from 1928;
planning consultant, Detroit, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh. Member state planning boards, federal planning and housing agys. Lecturer on city planning Post-Graduate School, Training for Public Svc., U. Cincinnati, 1930-1942.
Lecturer School City Planning, Harvard University, University of California, Carnegie Institute Technology. President Alfred Bettman Foundation for Community Planning. Board Greater Cincinnati Better Housing League.
United States delegate to 2d Interamerican Congress of Municipalities, Santiago, Chile, 1941. Director Urbanism Committee to Natural Resources Committee in charge ofnationwide study of America Cities, 1935-1938. Member National Research Council, International Federation Housing and Town Planning, American society Planning Officials, American Institute Cons.
Engineers, Institute Traffic Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, A. Institute Planners. M C.
Married Vilma Czittler, March 24, 1926.