CV – Prof. Ádám Miklósi

Nationality: Hungarian
Profession:  Biologist
Call: +36-1-381-2179, Fax: +36-1-381-2180

Positions:
1981-1986        Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest, Hungary) MSc degree in biology

1986-1989       Research scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences,
1989-1996        Research assistant at the Department of Ethology
1996-2000       Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Dept. of Ethology
2000-2011       Associate professor at the Department of Ethology
2011-                  Full professor at the Department of Ethology
2006-                 Head of the Department of Ethology

Education:
M.Sc. at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest (1983)

Candidate of Biology (PhD), Hungarian Academy of Scien­ces (1995)
Doctor of Science (DSc), Hungarian Academy of Scien­ces (2005)
Habilitation at the Eötvös Loránd University

Research grants (last 10 years)
2005-2008      EU FP-6-NEST: Evolution of referential communication (participant)         

2005-2008      OTKA Social learning in dogs (principal investigator)
2008-2012      EU FP7 ICT LIREC: Living with robotic companions (participant)
2012-2016      Comparative Ethology Research Group (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
2012-2015      Swarmix: Synergistic Interactions in Swarms of Heterogeneous Agents (Swiss National Science Foundation)

Languages: Hungarian (mother tongue); German; English

Memberships:
1988-    Hungarian Biological Society

1991-    Hungarian Ethological Society
1985-2010    Assoc. the Study of Animal Behaviour (U.K.)
International Society for Anthrozoology

Membership of editorial boards:
2004-2009     Animal Cognition (Springer Verlag) 1998-present; Anthrozoos

2005-2012     Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research (Elsevier)
2010 –               BMC Neuroscience
2010 –              Applied Animal Behaviour Science (Elsevier)
2010 –             Advances in Interaction Studies (Book series) (John Benjamins)
2012 –             Frontiers of Psychology

Awards:
2003    Frank A. Beach Comparative Psychology Award (best paper of the year)

2010    Distinguished Scholar Award (International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organisations, IAHAIO)
2011    Eötvös University, Faculty of Natural Sciences – Medal for the Scientific Education of Biology Students
2011    Eötvös University, Institute of Biology – Juhász-Nagy Pál Prize (2011) for assisting in competitions for biology students
2015    Prize of the Hungarian Academy for research achievements