Dóra graduated from the University of Pécs with an MSc in Geography in 2014, after that she spent three years as a PhD student at the Department of Human Geography and Urban Studies, where she was working as one of the team leader and coordinator of the Hungarian team which attends to the International Geography Olympiad. Now she is working on her dissertation and other research projects as a junior research fellow at the Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Pécs. She’s main research interests is the offline, spatial effects of the internet, especially sharing economy and she also writes articles and tests about the new, more problem-based geography which reflects her experiences from the Olympiads. In her spare time, Dóra enjoys reading, writing a blog and teaching yoga.
Division: Natural Sciences