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).
My research has mainly been focusing on the energetic aspects of geography, but my interests link my specialisation 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 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. Currently, I live in Hangzhou, China and work at the city’s best primary school where I teach science, which includes geography, physics, biology, chemistry and technology.
Besides having published a number of articles and books, I am the founder and series editor of Frugeo’s journals called Geographical Locality Studies and Double Green Lines.
Among others, I am a registered member of the Hungarian Geographical Society (MFT).