I have been a meteorologist since 2009, when I got my master degree in Budapest, Hungary at the Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE). However, I have never made an official weather forecast. The reason for that is that I am a special kind of a meteorologist: I am an atmospheric chemist! But the way to become a real scientist at this field has been pretty adventurous so far: I have been – among others – a climatologist, a scientific secretary, an operational editor of a journal, and a tutor at ELTE. (In my CV you can read about these scientific adventures in details or you can check out my Publications.)
Since 2016 October, when I finished my doctoral studies at the University of Edinburgh (UoE), I have had the privilege to call myself a real scientist. During my PhD I investigated the climate dependency of ammonia emission from grazed grasslands. Nowadays, I am a postdoc at UoE under the NEWS India-UK project. My job is quite exciting with a mixture of responsibilities: I am the coordinator of the project, I am part of the developer team of the word’s first Nitrogen MOOC, and I am working on the estimation of the nitrogen budget of India – of course, with paying a special attention to the ammonia part of the story! (Please click to My Research to read more about my research interest.)
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