Imre Zólomy obtained his MSc degree in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Budapest, Faculty of Electric Engineering in 1965. In 1970 he obtained the specialized engineer degree in semiconductor technology from the TUB. In 1972 he obtained the dr.univ.degree from the TUB, and in 1984 the Cand.Sci. degree (PhD at that time) from the Hungarian Academy of Science. In 1996 he received the "Doctor of Technical Science" degree from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He is author
of 94 papers.
His main research field is the physics of semiconductor devices, especially new devices with tunnel oxides (MISS, tunnel-oxide emitter transistor, MOS FET with tunnel gate oxide etc.)and the propereties of interfaces. In recent years he extended his research to polysilicon emitter, tunnel-oxide emitter and SiGe base transistors as well. A related field of interest is the microwave and optoelectronic semiconductor devices. He also constructed some measuring equipment for semiconductor devices.
Responsible for the organizational issues of Ph.D. studies at the department. Organizes the scientific seminars of the department. Member of the Interfaculty Committee of the Integrated Engineering Program. Secretary of the Section of Microelectronics of the Scientific Union of Telecommunication and Informatics of Hungary. P.R. adviser at the International Education Center of the BUTE. Deputy secretary of the trade union of the Faculty.