Dr. Ádám Némethis an OeAD post-doctoral researcher at the Institute for Urban and Regional Research (ISR) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences since February 2020. He defended his doctoral theses with ‘summa cum laude’ evaluation in 2014 at the University of Pécs, Hungary. He published a number of articles in peer reviewed journals and gave more than thirty conference presentations in ten different countries (see e.g. link). At his alma mater he participated in teaching of altogether 12 seminars and courses in Hungarian and English and he successfully applied for a number of third party funded prae and postdoctoral projects. Beside his employment contracts with the University of Pécs, the University of Sopron and the University of Vienna, he gained international experience at several further research institutions in Estonia, Latvia, Austria, and Germany too, including the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity in Göttingen.
Dr. Németh’s earlier investigations have been directed toward the international migration, the spatial patterns of ethno-cultural diversification and their potential impacts on social cohesion, mainly in Central Europe and the Baltic region. However, his scientific interests include recently the multidimensional concept of well-being too and its two-way causal relationship with migration. His current OeAD post-doctoral project focuses on the subjective well-being – cross-border communing nexus between Hungary and Austria.
- NIEM “National Integration Evaluation Mechanism”, 2020 – external thematic expert
- OeAD post-doctoral fellowship, 2020-2021 (Ref. No. ICM-2019-14933) – principal investigator
- NKFIH (OTKA) post-doctoral fellowship, 2016-2019 (Ref. No. PD115951) – principal investigator
- YOUMIG Interreg Transnational Danube Programme, 2017-2018 – thematic expert, communication manager
- Jedlik Ányos prae-doctoral fellowship, 2013-2014 – principal investigator
- Németh, Á., Sümeghy, D., Trócsányi, A. and Pirisi, G, (2020) ‘Competing diversity indices and attitudes toward cultural pluralism in Europe’, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion – An International Journal. DOI 10.1108/EDI-02-2019-0087
- Németh, Á. and Dövényi, Z. (2019) ‘Patterns of ethnic homogenisation, fragmentation and polarisation and the vote shares for nationalist parties in Latvia,’ Europe-Asia Studies, 71(5): 774-804.
- Fassmann, H., Gruber, E. and Németh. Á. (2018) ‘Conceptual framework for the study of youth migration in the Danube region’. YOUMIG Working Paper No. 1.
- Léphaft, Á., Németh, Á. and Reményi, P. (2014) ‘Ethnic diversity and polarization in Vojvodina,’ Hungarian Geographical Bulletin, 63(2): 135-157.
- Németh, Á. (2013) ‘Ethnic diversity and its spatial change in Latvia, 1897-2011,’ Post-Soviet Affairs, 29(5): 404-438.