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Curriculum Vitae

Personal Data:

First name: Janos

Middle name: Gabor

Last name : Pauler

Gender: Male

Date of birth: May 11, 1971

Citizenship: Hungarian

Office address, Hungary: Room B101,2nd Boszorkány str., Pécs, 7624 Hungary

Permanent address, Hungary: 1st Szechenyi str., Pogany, 7666 Hungary

Tel: (office, Hungary) +36-72-503-650/3831

Phone/Fax: (Hungary) +36-72-425-461

Cell phone: +36-309-015-488

e-mail: pauler@t-online.hu



Present Positions:

- 2002- Associate Professor, Department of Computer Applications, Pollack Mihaly Faculty of Engineering, University of Pecs, Pecs, Hungary (Courses: Relational Database Management, Systems Development, Data Mining-Market Research-CRM)


Business experience:

- 2007 Sept Systems Developer, Astra-Zeneca Kft. Törökbálint, Tópark u. 3. Electronic Clinical Study Project (as subcontractor of Chronos Systems Kft.)

- 2007 Jan System Developer, HC Linear Kft. Pecs, Hungary BKV-UTFIR project (Integrated Onboard Passanger Information System for mass transportation applications)

- 2003-2006 Senior Analyst, Dr. Töröcsik Marketing Inspiration, Research & Consulting Ltd. 4th Kaposvári str., Pécs, 7622 Hungary. Key accounts:

- Matav Hungarian Telecommunications Co. (Segmentation, CRM)

- Biogal-Teva Pharmacy Co., Hungary (Segmentation)

- Katalin Szili, Chair, Hungarian Parliament (Personal image building)

- OTP Bank, Hungary (image mapping)

- 2000-2004 Consulting, Tops Friendly Markets Inc., NY Responsibilities:


  • Data Mining,

  • Database Marketing

  • CRM

- 1997-1998 Regional Manager of Finance, Del-Dunantul Branch office, Nordstern-Colonia Hungary Insurance Co. 1st Citrom str., Pecs 7622, Hungary
Teaching experience:

- 2002- Associate Professor, Department of Computer Applications, Pollack Mihaly Faculty of Engineering, University of Pecs, Pecs, Hungary (Courses: Relational Database Management, Systems Development, Data Mining-Market Research-CRM)

- 1998-2000 Assistant Professor, Department of Management Science, Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Pecs, Hungary (Courses: Data Mining, Operational Research, Operations Management, Marketing Research)

- 1995-1997 Tutor, SZÜV Co., Software design, Turbo Pascal, Statistics


Education:

- 1994-98 PhD-degree in Economics at Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Pecs, Hungary. Theme of Thesis: ‘Modeling Multimodal Distributions with Spurious Clusters using Neuro-Fuzzy Distribution-Free Estimators’. Grade: Summa Cum Laude

- 1992-94 MSc degree in Economics, at Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Pecs, Hungary. Theme of Thesis: ‘Use of Knowledge-Base Systems in Credit Evaluation of Commercial Banks’. Grade: A

- 1989-92 BSc degree in Economics, at Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Pecs, Hungary. Theme of Thesis: ‘NPV-based investment analysis of Sound Frequency Control Project at Local Electric Company’. Grade: A


Core competencies & Motivation:

  • Strong attitude towards development, data mining and optimization of complex data warehousing systems

  • 5 years experience in database developement, data mining, scanner data analysis, CRM and quantitative modelling of $100,000/year budgeted supermarket data warehousing project of Tops Friendly Markets Inc. and University of Buffalo, NY:

  • Chain of 168 supermarkets in NY, OH and PA

  • 3.3 million loyalty cards distributed for 4.3 million customers

  • 100 million transaction, 1.5 billion purchased items/ year

  • 5 years of data: 950GB data warehouse in Oracle9.11, at 16-node Sun Enterprise SuperCluster computer with Unix Solaris OS

  • Sophisticated socio-demographic profiling of 3 million households, and predicting their consumer behavior

  • 3 years of experience in recruiting staff and managing 5-member research team of 2 researchers and 3 software developers in the project described above

  • Preference of professionally and technically challenging work environment, autonomy and responsibility in completing projects, flexible working time

  • Strong attitude towards applied research and real business applications

  • 11 years of experience in tuition, from this 8 years in higher education, from this 3 years in USA. Good presentation skills both in English and Hungarian

  • 4 years of experience in developing multimedia-based university course materials

  • Strong attitude towards managing gifted students at scientific contests and spinning-off their small enterprises


Software development projects:

  • 2007 Business Planner 2.0 Demand, Revenue, Profit estimator (MS Excel – Visual Basic)

  • 2007 On-board Mass Transportation Passanger Information system design (MSSQL 2000), HCLinear Inc., Hungary

  • 2004 T-logRead2 scanner data analyzer (Oracle 9.11), SUNY at Buffalo, NY

  • 2003 Store Benchmarking System (Oracle 9.11+Excel+LINGO9.0), SUNY at Buffalo, NY

  • 2002 PriceCenter pricing decision supporting system (Oracle 9.11), SUNY at Buffalo, NY

  • 2001 T-logRead scanner data analyzer (MySql), SUNY at Buffalo, NY

  • 2000 ADRI Algorithm for Data Reduction and Inference (MSAccess+Excel), SUNY at Buffalo, NY

  • 2000 AutoCov Phoneme-analyzer (Borland Delphi), University of Pecs, Hungary

  • 1999 ADRI Advanced Data Representation Interface

  • 1998 CASE V, Thurstone-Case V. MDS-software (Turbo Pascal), SUNY at Buffalo, NY
  • 1998 DataConv 2.0, Data reading interface for SPSS 7.0 (Turbo Pascal), SUNY at Buffalo, NY


  • 1997 CredSim, Credit Simulator (Turbo Pascal), Budapest Bank Inc., Hungary

  • 1997 Straitjacket-FWing, Neuro-Fuzzy Distribution Free Estimator (Turbo Pascal), University of Pecs, Hungary

  • 1996 DataJet 2.0, High speed Controlling Collector (Turbo Pascal), Budapest Bank Inc., Hungary

  • 1993 CORVIN 1.0, Credit DSS (Turbo Pascal), Corvinbank Inc., Hungary

  • 1992 HKV 1.0, HKV-simulator (Turbo Pascal), DEDASZ Inc., Hungary


Programming languages:

SPSS (Advanced), Oracle PL/SQL (advanced), MS Transact SQL (advanced), Visual Basic (advanced), LINGO Modelling Language (Advanced), MySql (medium), Borland Delphi (medium), Turbo Pascal (advanced)


Language skills:

  • Good written and oral English (High level C Language exam, Hungarian standard)

  • Some basic German (Base level C Language exam, Hungarian standard)

  • Native Hungarian


Scholarships:

- July, 2006- August, 2006 Jacobs School of Management, SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo NY, financed by Hungarian American Enterprise Scholarship Found, research theme: Management of university spin-off centers, consultant: Woody Maggard

- September, 2001- August, 2005 Jacobs School of Management, SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo NY, financed by University of Buffalo Foundation, research theme: Scanner data analysis, Database marketing, Data mining, Designing CRM actions, consultant: Dr. Arun K. Jain

- January, 2001 - June, 2001 Jacobs School of Management, SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo NY, financed by Fulbright Hungarian-American Scholarship Board, research theme: Neuro-Fuzzy Systems in Marketing Research problems, consultant: Dr. Arun K. Jain

- September, 2000 - December, 2000 Jacobs School of Management, SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo NY, financed by Eötvös Scholarship of the Hungarian Government, research theme: Neuro-Fuzzy Systems in Marketing Research problems, consultant: Dr. Arun K. Jain

- January-May, 1998 Jacobs School of Management, SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo NY, financed by USAID-CPED, research theme: Neuro-Fuzzy Systems in TQM problems, consultant: Dr Arun K. Jain

- April-July, 1996 University Bocconi, Milano, financed by TEMPUS, theme: Credit decision making and multivariate statistics, consultant: Dr. Massimo Saputo
Publications:

- „SANA 130-133 Data Mining 1-4 Electronic Course Material” (in Hungarian), 3 semesters/5 credits, University of Pecs 2005-2008

- (with Trivedi, Minakshi – Gauri, Dinesh) „Assessing Store Performance Equitably” Marketing Science, Working Paper 2008

- (with Dr. Alan Dick, Associated Professor, Department of Marketing, Jacobs School of Management, SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo NY as coauthor) “Targeting High Valued Customers with the Help of Loyalty Card Database” European Journal of Operational Research, 174 (2006) 1260-1280

- "Treating multimodal distributions with spurious clusters" MOT XXIII. Conference Collection (refereed), JPTE-KTK, 1999

- "The Pauler-Oszvald Interpolative Clustering Algorithm", Néhány évtized Tanulmánykötet Hoóz István tiszteletére JPTE-KTK press, 1999, 127-140p. (in Hungarian)

- ‘Development of a Neuro-Fuzzy approach treating spurious clusters and multimodal distributions’, European Journal of Operational Research, vol. Spring, 1999 207-220p.

- ‘Fuzzy operations are not fuzzy operations (Fuzzy Arithmetics in Decision Making)’, Szigma, 1997/1-2, 33-50p. (in Hungarian)

‘The war between Yin and Yang (Fuzzy Mathematics versus Probability Theory in Decision Making)’, Szigma, 1996/4, 181-205p. (in Hungarian)

- 'Motivation in high-risk production systems', Ipargazdasági Szemle, 1995/3-4, 106-125p. (in Hungarian)

- ‘The Agroker Case’ Case study for Hungarian Club of Finance, 1994 (in Hungarian)
Conference presentations:

-2006 “Assesing Store Performance Equitably”, MTA-SZTAKI (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) Operation Research Workshop, Hungary (in Hungarian)

-2005 “Quality Constraints in Mass Higher Education of Informatics” IF, Debrecen, Hungary

- 2005 „Assessing Store Performance Equitably” Marketing Science, Atlanta, USA

- 2004 „Assessing Store Performance Equitably” VOCAL, Veszprém, Hungary

- 2004 Annual Meeting of Department of Mathematics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences “Genetic optimization of pricing in competing supermarket chains” (in Hungarian)

- 2003 Mandulaviragzasi Napok, University of Pecs, Pecs, “Database Marketing of Supermarket Chains” (in Hungarian)

- 2002 EURO2002 Summer School on Supply Chain Management, Garinsch-Partenkirchen, Germany “Pricing decision making in competing supermarket chains”

- 2002 BCRST (Buffalo-Cornell-Rochester-Syracuse-Toronto) Marketing Conference, Buffalo

- 1999 MOK (Hungarian Society of Operational Research) XXIV. Veszprem “Minimal Suspending Tree Clustering” (in Hungarian)

- 1998 GMT (Society of Economic Modeling) V. Mátrafüred “Pauler-Oszvald Interpolative Clustering Algorithm” (in Hungarian)

- 1998 Workshop on Decision Sciences, Pécs “Neuro-Fuzzy Systems in TQM” (in Hungarian)

- 1997 MOK (Hungarian Society of Operational Research) XXIII. Pécs ‘Modeling Multimodal Distributions with Spurious Clusters using Neuro-Fuzzy Estimators’ (in Hungarian)

- 1996 GMT (Society of Economic Modeling) IV. Mátrafüred “Neuro-Fuzzy Systems in Crediting Decision Making” (in Hungarian)


Awards:

  • 1999 Bihari Ottó Award of the Rector, University of Pecs

  • 1998 Young Researcher’s Award by Pécs Committee of Hungarian Academy of Sciences


Memberships:

- 2000 Public Board, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

- 1999 Hungarian Society of Operational Research

- 1996 Society of Economic Modeling



Caritas, Social activity:

  • 2004, 2006 Tutor, Summer School of Launching Small Businesses, Piarist Grammar School, Budapest, Hungary. Coordinators: Dr. Peter Forgacs (Buffalo), Dr. Zoltan Toth (Budapest), Financing: Laszlo Meszaros (Buffalo)

  • 2001, 2002, 2005 Tutor, Training Program on Small Businesses and Entrepeneurship, Calasanctius Foundation, Csikszereda, Romania. Coordinator: Dr. Zoltan Toth (Budapest), Financing: Dr. Peter Forgacs (Buffalo)


Reference persons:

Dr. Margit Poder, Associate Professor (Head of Department)

Department of Computer Science,

Faculty of Pollack Mihaly Technical College,

University of Pecs, Pecs, Hungary

Tel: +36-72-503-650/3725

e-mail: mpoder@pmmf.hu


Dr. Maria Töröcsik, Professor (Manager)

Dr. Töröcsik Marketing Inspiration, Research & Consulting Ltd.

4th Kaposvari str. Pecs, 7622 Hungary

Tel: +36-72-511-698

e-mail: dr.torocsik@axelero.hu
Dr. Alan Dick, Associated Professor, (Head of Department, Coauthor)

Department of Marketing,

Jacobs School of Management,

State University of New York at Buffalo

Tel: +1(716)645-3261

e-mail: mgtdick@acsu.buffalo.edu


Woodrow Maggard (Manager)

UB Technology Incubator

1576 Sweet Home rd., Suite 105

Tel: +1(716)645-5500/26

e-mail: wmaggard@buffalo.edu
László Móricz (Project Manager)

HC Linear Inc.

5th Őz str. Pécs, H-7624

Tel./Fax.: +36-72/336-105

Mobil: +36-30/2276-281

E-mail mrc@linear.hu


Dr. Peter Forgacs (Coordinator)

Calasanctius Caritas Foundation

Buffalo, NY

Tel: +1(716)881-2963



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