Young Scholars



Zoltán KACSUK studied sociology of organizations and applied statistics (MA, BKÁE), followed by cultural studies (MA, Goldsmiths, University of London). He completed his doctoral work – started at the Doctoral School of Sociology, CUB – at Kyoto Seika University. He currently works at the Methodology Department of the Hungarian Central Statistical Office, and has also served as a contributor to the Hungarian Comparative Agendas Project. His current research interests revolve around the technical and methodological challenges posed by the automated processing and statistical analysis of large-scale text corpora, especially regarding the opportunities presented by parallel processing and cloud infrastructure.

György Márk KIS studied political science (BA, ELTE), public policy (MA, Central European University), and statistics (MSc, ELTE). During the past few years he worked at NGOs, in market research, and also served as an external contributor to the Hungarian CAP project. His primary fields are network science, the statistical modelling of complex systems and their application to the study of policy dynamics.

Molnár Csaba

Csaba MOLNÁR studied political science (BA, MA Corvinus University of Budapest, BA, Nottingham Trent University). He is currently a PhD student of the Doctoral School of Political Science of the Corvinus University of Budapest. In POLTEXT, he is responsible for  NLP-related and database building tasks. His main research fields are right-wing radicalism and legislative studies. He also participates in the Hungarian Comparative Agendas Project where he works on legislative database development. 

Former young scholars

- Ágnes M. Balázs 

- Evelin Mészáros