A researcher at the Folklore Department of the Institute of Ethnology of the Research Center for the Humanities, studies the early period of collecting Transylvanian folk poetry (1830s–1860s): the networks of intellectuals taking part in it, the daily life of the Unitarian lower clergy and their contemporary social-cultural activity, and the influence of Protestant colleges. As an ARP ambassador, Szakál wants to assess the possibilities offered by the ARP repository to the Archives and the Institute of Ethnology, her primary concern being how to store the research materials generated by the researchers in an orderly manner.
A senior research fellow of the Paleoclimate 2ka Momentum Research Group at the Institute for Geological and Geochemical Research of the Center for Astronomy and Earth Sciences, and a lecturer at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the Eötvös Loránd University. Focusing on the background of past climate change(s), his main research interests include geostatistical and -spectral analyses of geochemical and paleoclimate data series. He is convinced that in the coming years there will be a growing need to make the ever-increasing amount of research data freely available in a uniform structure, not just as supplements to studies.
She represents the Centre for Ecological Research as a librarian in the ARP Ambassador Programme, where she has been working as a library manager since 2021. Prior to the research institute environment, she gained experience in many types of libraries: national library, museum library, art library, digital collection, etc. Her primary aim as an ARP ambassador is to support the needs of her research community in terms of data management and provide them assistance in repositing data.
A senior research fellow in the Integrative Neuroscience Research Group at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology of the Research Centre for Natural Sciences. Specialized in neuroscience research, his main areas of expertise are brain implants, electrophysiology and brain oscillations. As part of the Ambassador Program, Fiáth’s plans include deepening his knowledge of data management, familiarizing himself with new data types, and gaining experience in relation to the European Union's Open Science policy, with particular focus on the mandatory open access sharing of research data following FAIR principles.
On behalf of the Institute of Archaeology at the Research Centre for the Humanities two persons participate in the ARP Ambassador Program: young research fellow Róbert Szederkényi under the professional guidance of Friderika Horváth. They hope that the platform provided by the ARP project will provide a forum for collaborative thinking, so that researchers can build on each other's experiences to develop appropriate future practices for managing their research programmes.
A historian and literary scholar, a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of History at the Research Centre for the Humanities, and an Associate Professor at the Institute of Cultural Studies and Hungarian Literature at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. the field of digital humanities, he is particularly interested in reconciling diverse research approaches and needs, as well as in promoting digital solutions for users without IT expertise.