Marjan Marjanovic is research fellow at iASK. His topics: urban governance and politics, planning for shrinking cities, strategic spatial planning, planning theory, circular economy, and European spatial planning
Her current research addresses the conflict in Ukraine-Russia relations and the possible implications that the recent war might have on various aspects of political and socio-economic developments in the two countries.
Katalin Bódis is a geospatial analyst with degrees in Mathematics (BSc), Geography (MSc) and Earth Sciences, Geoinformatics (PhD) from the University of Szeged.
Sanja Tepavcevic is a Research Fellow at Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg. Her publications appear in a number of peer-reviewed journals including, United Nations’ Transnational Corporations Journal, Journal of East-West Business, and the Journal of Eastern European Management Studies.
His main fields of interest include: foundations of physics (quantum theory and relativity), the didactics of physics, and the application of quantum theory to problems in cognitive sciences.
Daniel R Brooks is Professor Emeritus at University of Toronto, and Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and at the Linnaean Society of London.
His research looks at civil activism in Central and Eastern Europe, and how it relates to some of the most burning contemporary issues, such as European integration, challenges and backsliding of democracy, and migration, left-wing populism in Europe.
Iván Bába PhD is a professor at the National University of Public Service and the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary. His main field of research addresses the collapse of communism and regime change in Hungary and Central Europe.
James M. Skelly is Director of the Centre on Critical Thinking, which he founded, and has been a faculty member at the Köszeg Campus of the University of Pannonia.
While his interest primarily lies within the field of political theory, his research is applied in conjunction with sociological and anthropological perspectives.