He graduated from the Electric Engineering Faculty of Kandó Kálmán Technical College in 1998, the Budapest Business School in 2002 and the Security Engineering Faculty of Óbuda University in 2013. He is currently a PhD aspirant at Óbuda University. His main area of research in the Applied Biometrics Institute is biometric identification systems, their possibilities, problems and testing them. He regularly publishes in domestic and international journals and at conferences too. He also takes part in research about human controlling systems, studying the efficiency of human operations, statistics, measurement and prediction of human factors. He was a consultant for multiple theses and diploma works.