Professor Ervin Gömbös has been interviewed within “Arcvonások” (Features), a series on the political transition after 1989 as well as the foundation of an international private higher education institution.
He earned his degrees in mathematics, physics, and political sciences. He is one of the founding members of IBS. He has been the secretary of the UN Association of Hungary since 1981 and he was the vice president of the World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) during the 1990s. He is member of several international associations, International Statistical Institute and the European Foundation for Management Development among them. He published several books and over 50 articles on informatics and international relations.
Listen to the interview (in Hungarian) here.