At the Knowledge Centre, as part of the Global Relations Department, he is responsible for the transatlantic region, primarily focusing on the domestic and foreign policy of the United States. A first-year PhD student in Doctoral School of International Relations and Political Science at Corvinus University of Budapest. In the International and Security Studies Doctoral Program, his research field is the global rivalry among the United States of America, the Russian Federation, and the People’s Republic of China at the Arctic. Formerly he gained professional experience at the National University of Public Service, Institute of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and at the US Embassy in Budapest. He conducted Foreign Exchange Studies at Universities in Belgium and the Nederlands. The main field of expertise: the US foreign policy after the Second World and Arctic affairs in the 21st century. During his free time, he enjoys traveling and cycling.