• Technical University Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of Civil Engineering – 2006
    • The subject of my diploma thesis was: The restoration and structural consolidation of the Mikó Castle in Olteni /Covasna county, Romania
  • Babeş-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, Built heritage conservation training – 2008
    • The subject of my final examination paper: The restoration and structural consolidation of the Unitarian church in Sâncrai /Covasna county, Romania
  • Expert in the field of consolidation/ restoration of historic structures (certificate nr. 569 S/ 2016), the Romanian Ministry of Culture and Cults

Professional activity

  • Member of ICOMOS, National Committee of Hungary
  • Member of AICPS, Romanian Association for Structural Engineers


  • Summer camp program for the survey of mansions in the Trei Scaune region – 2005-2008 campaign (team leader)
  • Participated as a design engineer: in the restoration and rehabilitation of several Transylvanian (Lutheran, Roman-Catholic, Reformed and Unitarian) churches, castles, mansions and houses, as well as in the design of certain new houses.

On the 1st of October 2006 I successfully passed the entrance examination to the doctoral program offered by the Technical University, Faculty of Civil Engineering in Cluj-Napoca; the dissertation subject chosen by me was “The survey of earthquake damages on medieval churches in the Szekler region and the monument protection principles regarding their structural consolidation”.

In March 2009 I took part in the postgraduate course “Energy Audit for Existing Buildings” organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Braşov in partnership with the Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest.