+   Boglárka Somogyi - Research Fellow


Boglárka Somogyi ,  PhD
research fellow
Institute Building A, room 008/B
tel: +36 87 448 244, ext №129
fax: +36 87 448 006
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CV
Research Area
Scientometric data
Reviewing papers
Conference organizing activities
International study trips and conferences
Supervising activities
Awards
Membership


  CV
Place of birth:

Budapest

Date of birth:

23 08 1980

Citizenship:

Hungarian

Language:

English
French

Education and degrees:
2005-2010:

Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Biology Doctoral School (PhD degree: 2011)

1998-2003:

University of Szeged, Szeged
Biologist (MSc degree: 2003)
Main subjects: Botany, Microbiology

1994-1998:

Vörösmarty Mihály Grammar School, Érd
Biological school

PhD work:

‘The significance of picoeukaryotic algae in shallow lakes: winter dominance and taxonomic uniqueness.’
Supervisor: Lajos Vörös, DSc
Centre for Ecological Research, HAS
Balaton Limnological Institute

Professional experience:
     Microscope techniques:

Fluorescence microscopy
Differential interference contrast technique
Phase contrast technique

     Molecular biological techniques:

DNS extraction
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)
Restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP)
Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH)

     Radioisotope techniques (C14)

Work Experience:
2011 –

Centre for Ecological Research, HAS, Balaton Limnological Institute (Balaton Limnological Research Institute of the HAS)
Research Fellow

2004 –

Balaton Limnological Research Institute of the HAS
Assistant Research Fellow

Research Area:
limnology, phytoplankton, picophytoplankton

Study of photoautotrophic and heterotrophic microorganisms in aquatic environments. Isolation and molecular identification of algal strains. Ecophysiological study of the isolated algal strains.


  Research Area:

„Environmental quality and pressures assessment across Europe: the LTER network as an integrated and shared system for ecosystem monitoring” (Life Environment Project LIFE08 ENV/IT/000339; Project coordinator: CNR Italy, Project leader at BLI ÖK HAS: Lajos Vörös)
Participation: 2010- (2014)

‘Conserving threatened biodiversity in the Pannonian Ecoregion: evaluation of ecological, morphological and genetic diversity in biodiversity hotspots and human influenced landscape’ (OTKA CNK 801400), Principal investigator: Péter Bíró)
Participation: 2010- (2013)

’Hydrobiological Digital Holographic Microscope as an early alarm system.’ (1981822A NKTH, Project coordinator: Tamás Nagy, Project leader at BLI ÖK HAS: Lajos Vörös)
Participation: 2009- (2012)

’Diversity and importance of eukaryotic microbes in shallow lakes with special respect to winter conditions’ (OTKA K73369, Principal investigator: Lajos Vörös)
Participation: 2008- (2012)

’Role of ultraviolet radiation in the transformation and degradation of dissolved organic substances in lakes’ (OTKA K63296, Principal investigator: Katalin V.-Balogh)
Participation: 2008- 2010

’The effect of changes in waterlevel on the ecological state of Lake Balaton’ (NKFP 3B022_04 BALÖKO Principal investigator: Sándor Herodek, Project (No. 15) leader at BLI ÖK HAS: Lajos Vörös; Project (No. 18) leader at BLI ÖK HAS: Katalin V.-Balogh)
Participation: 2005-2007

’Productivity and diversity of phytoplankton in picoplankton dominated water bodies.’ (OTKA T042977, Principal Investigator: Lajos Vörös) Participation: 2004-2006


  Scientometric data

Number of publications: 42 (SCI: 8)

Impact factors: 11,266

Citation index: 26 (SCI: 4)

Number of international scientific presentations: 21

Number of national scientific presentations: 45

Number of international educational presentations: 5

Number of national educational presentations: 11


  Reviewing papers:

Number of reviews for international journals: 3 [Phycologia (2011), Agronomy for Sustainable Development (2011), African Journal of Aquatic Sciences (2011)]

Number of reviews for national journals: 2 [Hidrológiai Közlöny (2011), EcoBalaton (2011)]

Number of reviews for Scientific Students' Associations : 1 (2011, Eötvös Loránd University)


  Conference organizing activities:
Involvement in conference organizing:

Balaton LTER-EUROPE Conference & ALTER-NET Joint Meeting
Balatonfüred, 2007

Co-Chairmen:

Conference of hydrobiology organized by Hungarian Hydrological Society (Hidrobiológus Napok, Tihany, 2011)
Conference of hydrobiology organized by Hungarian Hydrological Society (Hidrobiológus Napok, Tihany, 2010)


  International study trips and conferences
4-9 September 2011 -

5th European Phycological Congress, Rhodes (poster presentation)

15-20 August 2010 -

31th Congress of the International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology (SIL), Cape Town, South Africa (oral presentation)

29 May - 2 June 2010 -

Second International Symposium of Winter Limnology, Liebenberg (oral presentation)

24-28 May 2008 -

First International Symposium of Winter Limnology, Kilpisjärvi (poster presentation)

12-18 August 2007 -

30th Congress of the International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology (SIL), Montreal (oral presentation)

22-26 May 2007 -

Lake Constance training course - Living Lakes Eastern Europe Network, Radolfzell

19-23 February 2007 -

International FISH course 2007, University of Vienna – Department of Microbial Ecology, Vienna


  Supervising activities:

MSc student: Anett Kürthy (University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary) 2010-2012


  Awards
2011 –

Sándor Vitális Award by Hungarian Hydrological Society

2009 –

’Best Young Presenter’ Award by Hungarian Hydrological Society (LI. Hidrobiológus Napok, Tihany)

2003 –

Young Research Award by Kiskunság National Park


  Membership:
2007 –

Hungarian Hydrological Society

2011 –

Hungarian Algological Society