Diploma in electrical engineering, Technology University Budapest, Hungary, 1964. Doctor, Technology University Budapest, Hungary, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy in Control Engineering, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1992.
Assistant professor department Automation and Applied Informatics Budapest University of Technology and Economics, 1964—1976, senior lecturer, 1976—1993, associate professor, since 1993. Invited researcher National Science Foundation-MTA, Minneapolis, 1983, Sevilla University, 2008. Invited lecturer Helsinki University of Technology, Finland, 1999, 2003, 06.
Member of International Federation Automatic Control (head of TC 2.4 technical committee on optimal control 1996—2002, head CC2 coordinating committee on design methods 2002-2008).
1 child Nóra Máté.