I am an environmental anthropologist holding two MA degrees in Sociology and Social Anthropology from Central European University (CEU) and in Social Sciences from the University of Cape Town (UCT). I conducted ethnographic fieldwork research concerning industrial waste within the Black Waters: A Collaborative Investigative Journalism Project into Corruption and the Environment at CEU. I joined ESSRG in 2020 as a junior researcher researching participatory research processes, the concept of citizen science, and with NGOs, co-developing participatory projects. I contribute to the EU-Citizen.Science platform‘s content development and its dissemination within the Hungarian citizen science network. I also coordinate the development of ESSRG’s citizen science digital tool called Passer-by Researcher (Járókelőkutató). In the YouCount Citizen Social Science Project, I contribute to desktop research on the concept of social innovation and citizen social science.