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C. Horvath C. Horvath graduated as a chemical engineer from the Technical University of Budapest in 1952 and became a faculty member in the Organic Chemical Technology Department until 1956 when he transferred to Germany. From 1956 to 1961 he worked in German industry and then studied at the University of Frankfurt am Main and obtained his doctorate in 1963. He then moved to America and became a research fellow at Harvard Medical School and in 1964 became an associate professor in the Engineering Department at Yale University. C. Horvath made many significant contributions to both gas chromatography and liquid chromatography and has extended his interests to biotechnology. He has published over a hundred technical papers and written or contributed to a number of books. He has also received numerous awards for his work in both gas and liquid chromatography.