ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

2015-                               Professor

SZIE-YMÉK Department of Architecture

20012-15                                Collage Professor

University of Debrecen Faculty of Engineering Department of Architecture

2009- Visiting Professor

Theme leader  at  MOHOLY-NAGY University of Arts and Design Budapest, Hungary Member of the Doctoral Training /DLA/ program

2007-2010 Chair of the Department of Architecture

University of Debrecen Faculty of Engineering Department of Architecture

2005-2011                                  Associate Professor

University of Debrecen Faculty of Engineering Department of Architecture

2000-2007                           Doctoral School of Liberal Art

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

1998-2005                           Assistant Professor

Budapest University of Technology and Economics/ Department of Architectural Design

1991-1997                           Master  of Architect

Budapest University of Technology and Economics Faculty of Architecture

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

2015-                               Professor

SZIE-YMÉK Department of Architecture

20012-15                                Collage Professor

University of Debrecen Faculty of Engineering Department of Architecture

2009- Visiting Professor

Theme leader  at  MOHOLY-NAGY University of Arts and Design Budapest, Hungary Member of the Doctoral Training /DLA/ program

2007-2010 Chair of the Department of Architecture

University of Debrecen Faculty of Engineering Department of Architecture

2005-2011                                  Associate Professor

University of Debrecen Faculty of Engineering Department of Architecture

2000-2007                           Doctoral School of Liberal Art

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

1998-2005                           Assistant Professor

Budapest University of Technology and Economics/ Department of Architectural Design

1991-1997                           Master  of Architect

Budapest University of Technology and Economics Faculty of Architecture