Geological, geological hazards and environment protection mapping.
Sycons Ltd. (Hungary) Geologist ExpertJanuary 2014 – May 2015
Collecting and assessing geological, hydrogeological and geotechnical data of the potential sites.
Planning and managing the complex geological research and assessing the results for the special dewatering rehabilitation plans of the two landslides in Kulcs, Hungary in two projects.
Sabbatical Year in Auckland, New ZealandSeptember 2013 – April 2014
Intensive English course.
Studying the geological hazards of the North Island (especially mass movements in different geological and climate environments).
Hungarian Office for Mining and GeologyJanuary 2007 – September 2013
Head of the Geological Authority Division
Representing the authority in administrative proceedings.
Examining the geological suitability of applications in proceedings in conformity with legal regulations. The proceedings were related to geology, hydrogeology, environmental protection, mining industry, housing and construction, urban and regional planning.
Membership of the Cellar – Bluff – Landslide Hazard Prevention Expert Committee. Judging the preventive and force majeure event applications from geological aspects submitted by local councils as well as deciding upon the necessity of the subsidy.
Membership of the Earthquakes Disaster Management Team operated by the National Directorate for Disaster Management under the Ministry of the Interior. Examining protection possibilities and alternatives against landslides and other geological hazards due to earthquakes. Management of hazards in actual events caused by earthquakes.
Initiating and managing three research projects in the background institute (Hungarian Institute of Geology and Geophysics) of the Hungarian Office for Mining and Geology.
Hungarian Geological SurveyJanuary 1994 – December 2006
Expert Authority Division, Chief Counsellor
The tasks were similar to those I had at the Hungarian Office for Mining and Geology since the Hungarian Geological Survey was its predecessor.
Hungarian Institute for GeologySeptember 1981 – December 1993
Scientific Research Fellow
Taking part in the bauxite and coal research in the South-East of the Gerecse Mountains, Hungary. I began as a technician but after 1989 I worked as a geologist. I became the leader of research in 1990 until the termination (1992) and I wrote and edited the final report.
Geologist, University Degree, 1989. Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary. Thesis: Geological Conditions of the Bauxite Exploration Site in Szár (Gerecse Mountains, Hungary).
Euro Geologist, 2014
Computer skills: MS Office, FoxPro, Golden Software Surfer and Grapher, AutoCad, Adobe Photoshop, TopCon GPS.
have international driving license and I have left side traffic practice too.