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Sándor Némethy



NAME: Sándor Némethy

DATE OF BIRTH: 5th June 1955

PLACE OF BIRTH: Zirc, Hungary

NATIONALITY: Hungarian and Swedish

Temporary (mailing address): Jószerencsét utca 18, 4/2, H-3200 Gyöngyös, Hungary
Permanent address: Tamáshegyi utca 2, H-8230 Balatonfüred, Hungary


Home: +36-37-739551 and +36-87-480034

Office: +36-37-518210 (H) and +46-31-7862839 (S)

Fax: +36-37-518209 (H) and +46-7862849 (S)

Mobile: +36-20-5537783 (H) and +46-(0)733 467525 (S)

E-MAIL: and or

Website: and



2003 Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Environmental Science, Environmental and Health Inspector – University of Gothenburg, Sweden

2002 Post Graduate Diploma in Strategic Management – Institute of Management, Darlington College of Technology & University of Teesside, UK (one year full time course)

1995 PhD in Marine Geology,University of Gothenburg, Sweden

1988 – 1990 Studies in Marine Geology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

1987 – 1988 Advanced course in zoophysiology, University of Lund, Sweden

1987 First Certificate in English, University of Cambridge, UK

1985 Proficiency in Swedish language, University of Lund, Sweden

1984 Advanced course in human pathology and toxicology, St László Hospital, Budapest, Hungary (internal training for toxicologists).

1983 MSc in Biology, József Attila University of Sciences, Szeged, Hungary, (5 years full time studies)

1975 – 1977 Academy of Education, Pécs, Hungary: two years academic training in
agriculture (horticulture and viticulture), animal husbandry, art, art
history, biology, didactics.


2008 - Associate professor, Institute of Environmental Sciences and director of International Office, Károly Róbert University College, Gyöngyös, Hungary
Subjects taught on international courses: wine biochemistry, sensory evaluation of wines, biogeochemistry, soil science, environmental protection: management of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)

2003- Senior lecturer, Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Gothenburg, Göteborg, Sweden. Subjects taught: Wine science, Palaeoclimatology and Global Change; Marine Micropalaeontology; Chemical Oceanography and Marine Biogeochemistry; Geochronology; Historical geology.

2003- Departmental coordinator for the ERASMUS teacher and student mobility programme. Earth Sciences Centre, Göteborg University.

2000 – 2002 Educational consultant for the private health care sector, part time, Darlington Borough Council & ISPG, Darlington, UK. Organizing educational campaigns. Initiating the EU-project CAP (Care Ability Project). Advisor on the Care Standards Act 2000 and relevant EU legislation.

1999 – 2001 Care home manager, part time, Darlington, UK.

1997 – 2000 Social worker, Aycliffe Young People’s Centre, Newton Aycliffe, UK.

1995 – 1997 Post Doctoral Research Associate, University of Newcastle, UK. Method
development for analysis of proteins preserved in fossil bones and parchment.

1990 – 1995 Post graduate fellowship in Marine Geology, Department of Marine
Geology, Göteborg University, Göteborg, Sweden. Molecular Palaeonto-
logy. Establishing a new laboratory for the analysis of ancient biomolecules
(proteins and DNA). Organizing international cooperation with East –
European universities.

1988 – 1990 Care worker at Högsbo Hospital, Göteborg, Sweden. Working with old
people at the psychogeriatric department, part time work simultaneously with
full-time studies at University of Gothenburg.

1985 – 1988 Care worker at different hospitals in Malmö and Lund, Sweden. Full time
work and part time studies at University of Lund.

1983 – 1984 Toxicologist, manager of histo-toxicological laboratory at NEVIKI (Heavy
Chemical Research Institute), Veszprém, Hungary. Responsibilities: testing
agricultural chemicals, environmental risk assessment.


2012 April - Doctoral Examination Committee, University of Palermo, Italy

2010 September – International Committee of the Hungarian Rectors’ Conference

2000 - Institute of Management (IM), UK

1990 – 1998 – European Union of Geosciences


2012 Ecocycles 2 (Still under development): Erasmus Intensive Programme on sustainable use of natural resources and regional development, Sweden: Alnarp, Malmö, Lund. Coordinator and inventor of the programme with eleven participating countries and twenty one universities

2011 Ecocycles I. Erasmus Intensive Programme on sustainable use of natural resources and regional development, Hungary: Gyöngyös, Budapest, Veszprém, Balaton. Coordinator and inventor of the programme with eleven participating countries and twenty universities

2010 Ecovitis II. Erasmus Intensive Programme on sustainable viticulture and oenology, Italy: Piemonte (Torino), Toscana (Siena) and Marche (Ancona). Coordinator and inventor of the programme with six participating countries and eight universities

2008 Ecovitis I., Erasmus Intensive Programme on sustainable viticulture and oenology, Italy: Udine and Torino. Coordinator and inventor of the programme with six participating countries and eight universities

2007 Organization of joint Swedish – Hungarian education programme within viticulture and oenology between Karoly Róbert University College and University of Gothenburg


Wide education in natural sciences and humanities
Special qualification in viticulture (as a part of agricultural and horticultural training)
Special training in industrial microbiology and fermentation technology
Experience in exploring organizational structures and identifying paradigms
Qualified manager with experience in project management
Experience in social marketing
Familiar with EU institutions and administration
Many years of international experience
Artist, solid background in painting, drawing and graphic techniques


Hungarian (mother tongue)
Swedish (proficiency/mother tongue level)
English (proficiency level)
Polish (fluent, higher intermediate level)
Italian (spoken)
Russian (basic, working knowledge mostly in the written language)
German (elementary skills, basic communication)
Latin (reading, translating from antique authors)
Fairly good understanding of Norwegian, Danish, Czech and Slovakian languages


Imaginative and creative
Good team worker and team leader
Very tolerant, good listener and good communicator
Sense of humour
Fast adaptation to any working environment, stress resistant


Interdisciplinary research and education
Applied environmental science
Viticulture and oenology
Regional and rural development
Reading and book collecting
Drawing and painting
Languages and etymology
Studying – “Life-long learning”
Sport, heavy athletics
Cooking and eating out
Music (classical and jazz)
Playing chess