Researchers

Name Research Topic
András ABONYI, PhD
research fellow
community ecology, biodiversity—ecosystem functioning, phytoplankton, chytrid algal parasites
Prof. Éva ÁCS, DSc
head of department
scientific advisor
phytobenthos, algae, taxonomy of diatoms, water qualification
Péter APARI
assistant research fellow
evolutionary theory, Darwinian medicine, host-pathogen molecular interactions and adaptations
Ildikó ARANY
assistant research fellow
ecosystem services
Réka ASZALÓS, PhD
research fellow
forest dynamics, natural disturbances, nature conservation oriented forest management, ecosystem services
Viktória BÁCSI-BÉRES, PhD
research fellow
benthic diatom, functional diversity, phytoplankton assemblages, trait,
András BÁLDI, DSc, member of the Academia Europaea
team leader
scientific advisor
biodiversity and ecosystem services, conservation biology, IPBES
Csilla BALOGH, PhD
research fellow
macroinvertebrate species, invasive, monitoring, biodiversity
Bálint BÁNÓ
assistant research fellow
morphometric and genetic studies, native and introduced fish species
Barbara BARTA
assistant research fellow
assistant research fellow
Sándor BARTHA, PhD
scientific advisor
assembly rules, community organization, vegetation dynamics, spatial statistics, spatially explicit simulations, landscape ecology, grassland ecology, old-field succession
Péter BATÁRY, DSc
team leader
scientific advisor
edge effect, agri-environment schemes, organic farming, habitat fragmentation, meta-analyses
Ákos BEDE-FAZEKAS, PhD
research fellow
climate change, potential vegetation, ornamental plant, ecological modeling, R, software development
Árpád BERCZIK, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
research professor emeritus
hydrobiology, ecology, zoology
Gábor BERNÁT, PhD
head of department
senior research fellow
algae, fluorescence, cyanobacteria
Bernadett BIRÓ
collaborating researcher (not employed)
lichens, lichen chemistry
Marianna BIRÓ, PhD
research fellow
historical landscape ecology, traditional ecological knowledge, long-term changes of Natura 2000 habitats, effects of grazing in wetlands
Péter BÍRÓ, member of Hung. Acad. Sci.
research professor emeritus
ichthyology, ecology, Balaton

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