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JÓNA László

Jóna László
West Hungarian Research Institute
Győr Department

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Curriculum Vitae

Personal data

Name : Jóna László

Place and date of birth : Győr, October 3th,1982

Marital status : single

Contact

Work fax Centre +36 (96) 516-579
Work phone Centre +36 (96) 516-570
E-mail jona.laszlo(at)krtk.mta.hu

Education and training

2009Széchenyi István University — Urban Engineer (MSc)
2017Széchenyi István University Interdisciplinary Doctoral School of Engineering — PhD in Civil Engineering (PhD)

Language skills

German (writes, reads, lectures)
English (writes, reads, lectures)

Places of work and employment

2010—2012Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre for Regional Studies West-Hungarian Research Institute — executive expert
2012—Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre for Economic and Regional Studies Institute for Regional Studies West-Hungarian Research Department — junior research fellow

Scientific activity

2010—Hungarian Society for Urban Planning, member
2013—2014National Association of Doctoral Students Department of Technology, Architecture and Earth Sciences, member
2014—HAS Veszprém Regional Committee Regional and Spatial Development Working Committee, member
2014—Hungarian Regional Science Association, member
2015—Hungarian Society for Urban Planning Győr-Moson-Sopron County group, secretary
2018—Hungarian Society for Urban Planning, control and audit committee member
2018—Hungarian Urban Knowledge Centre nonprofit Ltd., supervisory board member

Awards

2013—2016Young Researcher Scholarship, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2007Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference, Széchenyi István University, 3th place
2008Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference, Széchenyi István University, special prize
2015Jung Research Prize, European Regional Science Association (ERSA), 1st place

Research fields

Use, problems, and networking of public spaces, community spaces
Transport and urban infrastructure development
Urban planning
Renewable energy
Pedestrian route choice

Trips abroad

2014TÁMOP-4.2.2.A-11/1/KONV-2012-0010 „A Győri Járműipari Körzet, mint a térségi fejlesztés új iránya és eszköze” kutatás tanulmányút — Italy
2014A „HUSKI II – Magyar-szlovák közös kapacitásfejlesztés a jövőbe” c. projekt keretében szervezett, sikeres határon átnyúló projekteket bemutató tanulmányút — Slovakia

Publications


Complete list of publications and citations (MTMT Hungarian Scientific Bibliography)


Selected list of scientific publications
 
Jóna László (2018): Belső udvarok mint közösségi terek, TÉR ÉS TÁRSADALOM 32 : 3 pp. 113-127.

Jóna László (2018): Közterek és közösségek: A hordozható olvasóterem, KÖNYVTÁRI FIGYELŐ 2018 : Különszám pp. 13-19.

Jóna László (2018): Burgenland határ menti közlekedésének változása pp. 356-369. , 14 p. In: Horváth, Balázs; Horváth, Gábor; Gaál, Bertalan (szerk.) Technika és technológia a fenntartható közlekedés szolgálatában : Közlekedéstudományi Konferencia, Győr, Magyarország : Universitas-Győr Nonprofit Kft. p. 653

Jóna László (2018):  Inner Courtyards as Public Open Spaces pp. 605-612. , 8 p. In: Schrenk, M; Popovich, V V; Zeile, P; Elisei, P; Beyer, C; Navratil, G (szerk.) REAL CORP 2018: Expanding cities – Diminishing space are “Smart Cities” the solution or part of the problem of continuous urbanisation a round the globe? : Proceedings of 23 rd International Conference on Urban Planning, Region al Development and Information Society, Wien, Ausztria : CORP - Competence Center of Urban and Regional Planning

Jóna László (2017): A tartományi közlekedés helyzete pp. 311-352. , 42 p. In: Jankó, F; Fábián, A; Hardi, T (szerk.) Burgenland, Budapest, Magyarország : Nemzetstratégiai Kutatóintézet p. 551

Jóna László (2015): The features of the good and bad functioning closed inner courtyards – trough a Hungarian example, STUDIA REGIONALIA 41-42 pp. 51-67.

Jóna László (2013): Pedestrian traffic and the closed inner-courtyards in the 21st century, ACTA TECHNICA JAURINENSIS 6 : 4 pp. 52-70.