University of Szeged
Founding director, BME-UNESCO Information Society and Trend Research Institute, associate professor, former Head, Department of Cultural Heritage and Human Information Science, Faculty of Arts, University of Szeged. Fulbright Research Scholar, George Washington University, Center of International Science and Technology Policy (2006), Georgetown University, Department of History (2007). Teaching and research
on information society, social impacts of information technology, comparative analysis of national information strategies, information history, press history, education in the information age and knowledge management theory and practice, smart cities. Invited expert in several EU-projects and events. Hungarian representative of UNESCO Information for All Program (IFAP). Key person of the Hungarian Information Society strategy making. Founding editor of the Hungarian language Information Society quarterly. His latest book in English: Information Society Dimensions (JATE Press, 2009).