Energy, Climate Change, Sustainable Development, Emerging Security Challenges, Geopolitics, Trade Policy
She holds an MA degree in International Relations from the Corvinus University of Budapest (2010), as well as an MSc degree in Global Environmental Politics from the University of Edinburgh (2015). She worked for four years at MOL Hungarian Oil and Gas Plc., a leading Hungarian energy company, first as an international business development expert, and later as a senior economist responsible for industry forecasts and country risk analysis. Her fields of research are the geopolitics of energy, climate change and sustainable development. She also serves as IFAT’s coordinator for the “Emerging Security Challenges” programme.