Born on August 22, 1969 in Hungary. In 1987-1990 – attended Széchenyi István Technical College majoring as wireless networking technology engineer. In 1994 – graduated from the Budapest University of Technology as Electrical Engineer in telecommunications field. In 2001 – earned the postgraduate certificate at the Budapest University of Economic Studies as an Engineer-economist. In 2003 – completed the postgraduate course at Eötvös Lóránd University (ELTE), Budapest as an Engineer-lawyer. In 2004 – started Ph.D. studies at University of Pécs, later on the Corvinus University of Budapest on the topic of Digital Television and Switchover.
In 1992-1993 – worked as an engineer for Matáv Rt. the largest telecommunications operator in Hungary. From 1993-2004 – worked for Antenna Hungária Rt. the Hungarian Broadcasting and Radio Telecommunications Limited Company, started as Head of Unit he worked his way up to become Director of Operational Matters. In 2004-2006 – Head of Department in the Ministry of Informatics and Communications of Hungary, and in 2006-2008 – Senior Counselor of the Government at the Hungarian Prime Minister’s Office. In 2009 – as a project manager he began to coordinate the digital switchover at Antenna Hungária Rt., and in 2011 began to work in the National Media and Infocommunications Authority of Hungary (NMHH). Currently as a Deputy Director General of NMHH, he is responsible for the fields of frequency and identifier management, measurement affairs and technology analysis.
Mr. Vári is a senior lecturer of the Department of Telecommunications at Széchenyi István University of Győr, he gives courses in the field of radio systems and satellite telecommunications.