2018- 19 Uganda GGGI

Our assignment in consortium with Viziterv Export and SunSolar to create two bankable renewable powered irrigation projects in Uganda.

2018- 19 China

Chinese state scholarship trainee (PhD level) is studying the PhosFate software and performing model analysis to various Chinese catchments in Budapest.

2018 Brazil

we have started a cooperation with SABESP in order improve the water-quality of the Guarapiranga reservoir.

2018 Somaliland

Steadfast Voluntary Organisation: In corporation with SSV Geneva we are establishing an erosion reduction, irrigation project in Somaliland, which has been supported with a letter by the Somaliland Ministry of Water Development Sool Region as well. Presently we are look for financing.

2018 Azerbaijan

Visit to Karabah by the International Eurasia Press Found. Meetings with Minister of Environment, the CEO of AZERSU and the vice president of Azerbaijan, where we have high-lighted the water could serve as connection point over the occupied region of Moutain-Karabah.

2017 Georgia

Lecture on public participation and involvement in water related projects especially in hydro power facilities for K-Water and for various Georgian experts in relation to the Nenskra hydro dam.

2017 Nigeria Federal Institute of Water Resources

In cooperation with NUPS (National University of Public Services) a one-week flood modeling education was held in Kaduna Nigeria.

2017 Nepal

Rehabilitation of Kali Gandaki A hydropower plant. Our aim to showcase a novel method to reduce the energy and reservoir space loss due to siltation. Unfortunately, the project has not been realized yet due to lack of funds.

2016 China

One-week user training of PhosFate software at the Beijing Academy of Transportation.

2016 Nepal

Need Assessment and Design of Water Quality and Sediment Monitoring Network – UNDP. We have won the tender; thus no contract has been signed and as far as our information the project has not been realized.

2016- 18 EIP Agri

Focus Group member in Water and Agriculture. Our Focus group is aims to provide farm level solution for the water needs of the farmers. Our suggestions are channeled to the EU Commission.

https://ec.europa.eu/eip/agriculture/en/publications/eip-agri-focus-group-water-and-agriculture-final

2015- 16 EIT Climate KIC

We have conducted and led various education activities in Hungary and Spain and in the UK as well, lectored a changes theory tool-kit for Climate KIC, moreover in corporation with a FAO suggestion were made on BiH flood problems with green methods.

2015 Croatia

The Feasibility Study of Zadar County Basica II irrigation project in corporation with Hidroconsult, where special attention was given to climate-change predictions and community involvement.

2014 Croatia

River Krupina flood protection. Advising on non-technical measure and green infrastructures, including advices on CBA calculations on risk for Hidroconsult and for Hrvatske Voda.

2014 Iraq

Ministry of Water Resources. We have participated in the „Future Leaders” program of the ministry together as lecturer with the GIWEH Swiss foundation.

2013- 14 Solomon Islands

Monitoring and evaluation work of the Strongem Waka lo Community fo Kaikai SWoCK project, which aims to reduce the adverse effects of Climate Change in the Solomons, which includes: food security and sea level rising. The project was contracted from UNDP.

https://www.adaptation-undp.org/projects/af-solomon-islands

2013 China

The Hungarian developed state of the art water-basin management optimalisation software PhosFate has been sold to „Beijing Academy of Transportation-”.

2013- Switzerland

Cooperation with Geneva based GIWEH whom are voting members of WWF, members of the Asian-Water Council steering committee and they are partner to the Swiss-Water Partnership.

2012- Nigeria Government of Imo State

Creation, implementation and operation of Waste Management in Imo State, Nigeria. Presently there is hardly any organized and environmentally friendly management of wastes in Imo State Nigeria. The project aims to establish an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable waste management system all over Imo State.

Waste flux calculation are based population estimations based on remote sensing, while waste logistics are based on GIS based fractal modeling.

2011- 12 Lebanon UNDP Lebanon

Evaluation of Flood Project I in the Baalbacek-Hermal region. The draught prone region’s occasional rain events cause sever flush flooding events, while desertification, loss of top soil, overgrazing are threatening the livelihood of the locals. Measures have been implemented for water retention capacity for the region moreover a water harvesting pond and efficient drip irrigations has been created in order to protect the environment while stepping towards a sustainable development.

The assignment was to evaluate the project as per The World Bank requirements and provide lesson-learnt advices for the participants.

Water quantity and run-off estimations are based on various satellite imagery and available mappings and other information as weather data are transformed into a single GIS based database on which modeling is based.

2011 Hungary Regional Environmental Center for Central Eastern Europe

I have been appointed to evaluate the present programs and prepare advices on the “Preparation of an Analysis of the Carbon emission-related Aspects of the Economy of Hungary” for the Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC. The assignment was included awareness rising events on climate change for the Hungarian Regions in the aim to include climate related planning for the upcoming 7 year financing period. The overall aim of the assignemnet was to find the linkages on efforts on climate change with boosting the sustainable development by created jobs and revenues and savings on energy.

Task: Risk Study, Economic Analysis, Baseline Report, Awareness Raising

2011- 12 Africa- Asia The World Bank – Arab League

Advisor on water, food security, urban development and gender for the First Flagship Report on Adapting to a Changing Climate in the Arab Countries.

Joint strategic effort of The World Bank and The Arab League to create a strategic document of the adaptation and mitigation needs and possibilities of the Arab countries. Governments of all members of The Arab League States, and local stakeholders were included in the finalization of this strategic document. Themes included: draught, heat waves, urbanization, migration, gender, economics, biodiversity etc.

Various data sets are harmonized to common bases.

2010 Albania UNDP Albania

„Evaluation of the soil erosion measures in Albania“ financed by UNDP via GEF Climate Change projects. Our task was to evaluate the soil erosion measures, which was founded by UNDP. As no baseline date was available, natural erosion, baseline erosion and present erosion rates have to be determined. The project was a community-based actions on erosion via improvements on their crop diversity, productivity and agricultural methods, via cheek dams, small scale reservoirs, efficient irrigations etc.. Also the cost efficiency of the measures has to be determined, while our finding was presented in lesson-learnt awareness raising event for the participants of the project.

Water quantity and run-off estimations are based on various satellite imagery and available mappings and other information as weather data are transformed into a single GIS based database on which modeling is based.

2010 Hungary SwissAid

Evaluation of water related project ideas for SwissAid. Our job was identified feasible projects, which could receive SwissAid fundings.

2009- 12 Libya OiLibya – Libya

„Due Diligence Study Phase 1 and 2 for the OiLibya“ filling stations in Libya. 1st time ever Due Diligence Study for the oil company, which serves all over in Libya with 151 filling stations nation wide. Our job was identified the environmental liabilities of the company and promote environmental awareness.

Web based secure GIS database where invented from 0 information as even the number of the filling stations were unknown. Bynow 3000 element database is in use for various environmental and heath and safety purposes.

2009 Hungary Hungarian Academy of Sciences

As the part of WateRisk Project, we have conducted a research on available Climate Change Scenarios for the Carpathian Basin. A comprehensive analysis was made to evaluate their methods and findings.

2007- 09 Hungary EU Cohesion Fund Central Directorate for Water and Environment – Pelso 2007 Consortium Aquaprofit Zrt.

„Kis-Balaton Project“ is a Ramsaari site and a Natural Park, also part of the EU Natura 2000 areas. This is biggest sweet water wetland in Europe, our project was to ensure its natural beauty and wide biodiversity, and also preserving the water quality of Lake Balaton from eutrophic state. The design cost of the project was more then 2 million EUR. Our job was to create a Environmental Impact Assessment, a Feasibility Study, Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Application Form and Tender Documentation for EU funding. Among the issues watershed management with erosion control was examined for optimal solution.

Probably the mostly examined area of the earth, although the information was not in an organized and comparable format. First of all information was transferred into a common GIS database. Then information gaps were indentified, during the EIA and flow model measurement tasks various remote sensing methods were used from satellite to low level ortho-photo data collection campaigns, with in-situ verifications and calibrations. Based in the collected data ecological, environmental, water quality and flow modeling were made in order to find the best possible solution. Moreover a wide spread continues monitoring network were set in order to collect information for rapid and long term operation of the reservoir system, which part of a Natural Park.

2007- 09 Hungary EU Cohesion Fund Central Directorate for Water and Environment Duna Consortium / Aquaprofit Zrt.

„Danube Project” Improvement of the flood protection of the Danube Valley in Hungary. Due to changes in the upper watershed the flood curves has been changed in the recent years. 200 km of dike and 21 structures has been renewed our newly constructed. Our job was to create the Environmental Impact Assessment, Feasibility Study, Cost-Benefit Analysis, Tender Documentations. Among the issues watershed management, climate change and biodiversity issues were considered.

Due to the enormous amount of information GIS based info system were used.

2007- 09 Hungary EU Cohesion Fund Central Directorate for Water and Environment Szamos-Kraszna Consortium / Aquaprofit Zrt.

„Szamos-Kraszna Reservoir project”. The project is part of the Vásárhelyi Plan, where 12 emergency reservoirs are being designed to lower the extraordinary floods of the Tisza River, while keeping water for the dry sunny months of the draught torn region. Our job was to create a Environmental Impact Assessment, a Feasibility Study, Cost-Benefit Analysis. Among the issues watershed management with erosion control, biodiversity and climate change issues were examined for optimal solution.

2008- 10 Hungary EU Cohesion Fund Northern and Southern Great Plain Development Agency / Aquaprofit Zrt.

The Northern and Southern Greater Plain Drinking Water Projects. All together around 500 settlements drinking water development projects were carried out from project identification to Application Form via Feasibility Study, Cost-Benefit Analysis and EIA if it was required. EU funding.

For data analysis and information penetration purposes GIS based info system was used for fast and accurate work.

2007 Hungary EU Structural Fund Central-Danubian Directorate for Water and Environment

Feasibility Study, Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Application Form for the Báta-Szekszárd Canal – irrigation - water management project EU funding.

2006 Hungary EU Structural Fund Western Danubian Directorate for Water and Environment

Feasibility Study, Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Application Form for the Lukácsháza emergency reservoir - small river flood protection project EU funding.

2006-7 Hungary Holcim

Our company has prepared the surface water modelling and analysis for a cross-boarder EIA for the 63 billion HUF Holcim’s new Cement factory plant at Lábatlan with state of the art dynamic modeling methods using GIS data sets. Our model is an air to rain water to soil to erosion to surface water model for heavy metals acomplied with soil particles developed by us according to the SWAT model.

2004 - 2007 Hungary National Development Agency of Hungary

Our team task was to evaluate the project ideas received by National Development Office of Hungary EU Cohesion and Structural Funds Managing Authority from the Ministries and Regional Development Offices in the area of environmental development (drinking water, wastewater, sewer, waste, renewable energy, and natural resources, climate change/draught) and erosion. Project cost varying between from 25 million up to 440 million EUR, all together 81 pieces. Our evaluation included a matrix consisting among others cost estimations, comprehension with legislation, scientific evaluation, management evaluation, procurement plan and time schedule for project preparation and construction. My second task was to participate contractual negotiations as Consultants to ensure the high quality of the projects to be prepared to receive future CFS grants during the period 2007-13 prepare ToR for public procurements of the projects.

2002- 2003 Hungary UNDP - GEF Municipality of Budapest / IMSYS Kft.

Environmental Assessment of the North- Budapest Wastewater Treatment Plant Nutrient Removal (The World Bank UNDPGEF) The Municipality of Budapest received a grant from World Bank GEF program to protect the Black Sea from eutrophication the preparation of the NBWWTP (150,000 m3/d) nutrient removal project consultancy works.