Place & date of birth: Budapest, Hungary – April 25, 1982
Education: Agricultural engineer (2005)
2009-2015 School of Biology and Environmental Science; University College Dublin, Ireland
2000-2005 School of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Szent István University, Gödöllő, Hungary
Languages skills: English, Dutch
Degree: PhD (biology and environmental science) – 2015
Professional experience and positions:
2019- Assistant Research Fellow, MTA-ELTE Comparative Ethology Research Group
2017-2019 Animal Breeding Intern, ORVIA Hungary Kft., Sükösd
2009-2016 Senior Postgraduate Demonstrator, School of Biology and Environmental Science, University College Dublin, Ireland
2008-2017 Poultry Specialist, Ballyrichard Farm, Arklow, Ireland
2005-2006 Office Employee, Hungarian Ostrich Breeders Association, Budapest
2009- Member, World’s Poultry Science Association
2013- Accredited Member, British Society of Animal Science
2016- Regional Editor, International Journal of Poultry Science
Domestic and foreign scholarships:
2003-2004 SOCRATES/ERASMUS, Wageningen University, Netherlands
Professional awards and recognition:
2014 Youth Program, XIV. European Poultry Conference, Stavanger, Norway
5 most significant publications (within 5 years):
Salamon, A., Száraz J., Miklósi, Á., Gácsi, M. 2020. Movement and vocal intonation together evoke social referencing in companion dogs when confronted with a suspicious stranger. Animal Cognition, 23 (5), 913-924.
Salamon, A. and Kent, J.P. (2020) The double-yolked egg: from the ‘miracle of packaging’ to nature’s ‘mistake’. World’s Poultry Science Journal, 76 (1), 18-33.
Salamon, A. (2020) Fertility and hatchability in goose eggs: a review. International Journal of Poultry Science, 19 (2), 51-65.
Salamon, A. and Kent, J.P. (2016) Manual egg turning is necessary for optimal hatching in geese. International Journal of Poultry Science, 15 (2), 57-61.
Salamon, A. and Kent, J.P. (2016) Yolk size and ovulation order determine fertility within double-yolked duck (Anas platyrhynchos domesticus) eggs. Reproduction, Fertility and Development, 28 (4), 440-445.