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Educational activities

I teach courses related to industrial chemistry and engineering at the B.Sc. and M.Sc. level. I'm also heading the Catalysis, collod, surface and interface science program of the Chemistry Doctoral School of the University of Szeged.

ACTIVE COURSES - Unit operations, Metallurgy, Ceramics and silicate technology, Industrial safety case studies, Environmentally benign technologies, Selective waste management, Non-destructive testing. I teach these both in Hungarian and in English, as necessary. I did one semester of Ceramics and silicate technology at the University of Oulu, Finland, and one semester of Safety breach case studies at the Rice University, USA. I'm also managing courses given by external experts in materials science to our materials engineering students: Polymer technology, Plastics, Industrial gubber technology. 

EARLIER COURSES - Nanotechnology, Differential equations in chemistry, Probability and statistics in chemistry, Industrial separation technology, Microscopy, Modern materials, Process plant field visit, Industrial summer internship.

Below is a summary of my supervisory activities
(both as single supervisor and as co-supervisor in a team of two).

Ph.D. titles awarded: 9
M.Sc. and B.Sc. thesis: 80
Student competition awards: 8

Click here for the full list of supervised students and topics.