I am a professional geography researcher specialised in regional geography and urban sciences. I have gained my knowledge and expertise from universities across Europe (Pécs, Wolverhampton, Maribor, Zagreb, Ljubljana, and Birmingham). I am currently a PhD-candidate at the University of Pécs, Hungary.
I have been mainly researching in the field ‘geography of energy’, but my interests link my specification to other scientific disciplines such as sustainability, environmental sciences, and landscape geography, and I am able to perform and synthesise various geographical fields.
During my years as a PhD-student, I was a lecturer and taught renewable energy resources and world regional geography to BSc and MSc students. In 2015, I officially became a teacher after successfully completing my PGCE at the Birmingham City University in England.
As a teacher I have also gained experience in prison and SEND settings teaching different subjects (including Mathematics) to a wide age range and ability of students and different learning levels, whilst I have been able to use the knowledge that I obtained from the course in practice.
Besides having published a number of articles and books, I am the founder and series editor of Frugeo’s journal called Geographical Locality Studies.
Among others, I am a registered member of the Hungarian Geographical Society (MFT).