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László Kóczy was born and raised in Budapest, Hungary. He attended the special maths class of Fazekas Mihály High School, but graduated with an IB Diploma from St. Mary's International School, Tokyo, Japan in 1994. He studied mathematics with computer science at Cambridge University 1994-97, where he was at Girton College and then moved to Leuven, Belgium to obtain an MSc (1999) and PhD (2003) in Economics. He joined the faculty of Maastricht University, Maastricht, Netherlands in 2003 and was affiliated until 2009. He returned to Hungary to take up an appointment as a vice dean for research at the Keleti Faculty of Business and Management of Budapest Tech (now Óbuda University). In 2010 he obtained the prestigious Momentum grant of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and joined the Institute of Economics as a senior research fellow to set up a research group in game theory.
He married Anita Mária Vizy in 1999 and have four children.
While in Cambridge László Kóczy has been the secretary, then president of Cambridge University Heraldic and Genealogical Society (CUHAGS).
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Sztakó Zsolt vagyok, a múlt héten regisztráltam a wikitree-n, és pár adatot már sikerült feltöltenem, de még ismerkedem a rendszerrel. Üdvözlettel...
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Would you have a minute to say hello to a new member? Vera Schmidek doesn't speak fluent English, and might feel more welcome with a greeting in Hungarian.
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