Sándor Szalai graduated in 1993 and received a Ph.D. degree in 2002 in geoelectric null-arrays. In 2001, he gained the Szádetzky-Kardoss Elemér Award; in 2003, he won the Best Paper of the Year Award; in 2011, he received the Appreciative Award for his outstanding research in the period of 2007–2010. In 1994 (10 Months), he worked at the University Fridericiana, Karlsruhe, Germany; 2002 (12 Months), at the University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France; 2007 (36 Months), at GGRI HAS (sponsor: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, János Bolyai Scholarship Committee); 2011 (36 Months), at Geodetic and Geophysical Institute (RCAES, HAS, sponsor: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, János Bolyai Scholarship Committee. His role in scientific community include being a Member of the European Association of Geophysicists and Engineers (1997); a Secretary of the Association of Hungarian Geophysicists, Sopron Groupe (1999–2002); a Member of the Body of HAS (2002); the Head of the local group of the Association of Hungarian Geophysicists (2005–2008); a Scientific Secretary of the GGRI HAS (2006–2010); a Member of Society of Exploration Geophysicists (since 2011). His research interests include geoelectric research, environmental and karst studies, nonconventional arrays, depth of investigation, and parameter sensitivity.
Biography Updated on 10 September 2012