His actual research focusing on safety of advanced materials for Li-ion batteries and hydrogen technologies, application of nanotechnologies in different environmental applications, application of artificial neural networks in material science and nanosafety.
He obtained M.Sc. in Chemistry at UPJS Kosice (partly Aristotle Uni. of Thessaloniki) and PhD at TUKE in Material Science. Between 2005-2007 he coordinated project with Technische Univesität Wien, TVFA Institute, later CTA. He was invited lecturer at Ecole Nationale de Chemie Paris-Tech, KIMab Stockholm, IST Lisboa, CEST Wiener Neustadt, Uni. Barcelona, Institute for Work and Health in Lausanne, World Trade Center Moscow, Martin-Luther Uni. Halle-Wittenberg, Westfälische Wilhelms. Munster, Kurt-Schwabe Mittweida, AAMC Miami, World Trade Center Dubai, Global Science & Technology Forum in Singapore, Nanotech in Tokyo, Peter the Great Petersburg Polytechnic University, European Defence Agency and others. Since 2006 he took part on several European Science Foundation’s annual trainings on advanced materials, nanobiotechnology, nanomedicine, nanosafety and others.