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University vice rector , Chemistry educator

György Inzelt, Hungarian chemistry educator, university vice rector. Recipient award for excellence in teaching and research Hungarian Ministry for Education, 1987.


Inzelt, György was born on November 2, 1946 in Budapest, Hungary. Son of György and Erzsébet (Grünwald) Inzelt.


Mediterranean Shipping Company in Chemistry, Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry, Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest, 1972. Doctor of Science in Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1989.


Assistant professor chemistry Eötvös Lorand University, 1970-1977, associate professor, 1977-1990, professor, since 1990, vice rector, 1994-1998. Research associate University Tennessee, 1982-1983. Presenter, lecturer in field.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Polymer Film Electrodes, 1993 (University prize 1993), Electroanalytical Chemistry, 1993. Associate editor Electrochimica Acta, Journal Solid State Electrochemistry Communications. Contributor or co-contributor over 170 articles to science journals.


Member International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (national representative electrochemistry commission since 1992), Federation of European Chemical Societies Working Party of Electrochemistry (national representative since 1992), Hungarian Academy of Sciences (chairman electrochemical division since 1992), International Society Electrochemistry (national secretary 1993-1998, co-chairman division 2).


Married Marianna Kovács, February 14, 1981. Children: György Dániel, Eva Veronika.

György Inzelt

Erzsébet (Grünwald) Inzelt

Marianna Kovács

György Dániel Inzelt

Eva Veronika Inzelt