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chemistry professor

István Pálinkó, Hungarian chemistry professor. Achievements include research in catalytic synthesis of complex molecules, investigations on patterned systems. Szechenyi Professorial fellow, Hungarian Ministry Education, 1999—2002, Szechenyi fellow, since 2003. Chemistry curator Eotvos College, Szeged, 2002—2005; Member of American Chemical Society.

Background

Pálinkó, István was born on February 8, 1959 in Kiskoros, Hungary. Son of István Pálinkó.

Education

Degree in chemistry, University Szeged, Hungary, 1983. Doctor of Philosophy, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 1987.

Career

Assistant professor University Szeged, 1988—1994, associate professor, since 1994. Research associate Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 1985—1986. Visiting scientist University Cambridge, England, 1992.

European community fellow University Sussex, Falmer, England, 1993. Senior visiting scientist University Southern California, Los Angeles, 1996—1997, National Institute Chemical Research, Tsukuba, Japan, 1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in catalytic synthesis of complex molecules, investigations on patterned systems.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to science journals (George Olah award, 2005).

Membership

Chemistry curator Eotvos College, Szeged, 2002—2005. Member of American Chemical Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    North American Indian culture, dog breeding, architecture, history.

Connections

Life partner Klára Hernádi, January 5, 2002. Children: Dóra, Orsolya, Márton.

father:
István Pálinkó Pálinkó

children:
Dóra Pálinkó

Orsolya Pálinkó

Márton Pálinkó