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Valko, Peter

VALKO, Peter

VALKO, Peter. Hungarian, b. 1950. Genres: Information science/ Computers. Career: Eotvos L. University, Budapest, Hungary, assistant professor, 1975-77, associate professor, 1981-89; Hungarian Oil Co., Budapest, research scientist, 1989-91; Lfoben Mining University, Austria, associate professor, 1991-93; Texas A&M University, College Station, associate professor of petroleum engineering, 1993-. Publications: Sonnenbestrahlung von Gebeauden feur verschiedene Bauformen und Fassadenrichtungen: Isolation bes baatiments en fonction de leur forme et de leur orientation, 1975; (with V. Saandor) Miuszaki-tudomaanyos feladatok megoldaasa szemaelyi szaamaitaogaeppel, 1986; Advanced Scientific Computing in Basic, 1989; (with M.J. Economides) Hydraulic Fracture Mechanics, 1995. Address: Department of Petroleum Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1403 Langford, College Station, TX 77840, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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