Chemistry and Biochemistry Research Group

RESEARCH GROUP LEADER: Ágnes Mészárosné Bálint PhD., associate professor, head of department


Professor: 1
Associate professor: 3
Assistant professor: 3
Research fellow: 2
Assistant: 3
PhD student: 3

Agro chemistry, Biogeochemistry, Soil contamination, Environmental Monitoring, Analytical chemistry, Spectrochemistry, Environmental monitoring of metallic elements, tracking their mobility, development of analytical methodologies dedicated to them, Experimental modeling of the nitrogen biogeochemical cycle in agro-ecosystems, Chemical-biological monitoring of small streams, Modelling of transport processes in porous media

Hungarian Chemical Society
Hungarian Spectrochemical Society
Committee on Environmental Chemistry of HAS
Committee on Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry of HAS
Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Institute of Chemistry, Hungary
University of Pannonia, Veszprém, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Hungary
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Germany
University of Hamburg, Germany
Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia
Superior Health Institute, Italy
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia

biodiesel by-product utilization
soil contamination determination
determination of water and sediment contamination
elemental analysis of biological materials


NKTH TÉT Optimization of solid environmental samples various fractionation processes and use of biotests to characterize and evaluate heavy metal load (2009)
OTKA Influence of different moisture conditions and N-fertilization methods on NOx and CO2 production, fertility and microbiological activity of soil in field and model experiments (2008)
NKTH TÉT Fractionation and speciation analysis of element content in environmental samples (2007)
NKTH Öveges Development of chemical bases necessary for educating disciplines dealing with environmental and agricultural topics (2006)

Agricultural company (since 1980)