At university, she studies ethnography and German at the Eötvös Loránd University and then received her doctorate in ethnography in 2003. During her career as an ethnographer, she worked in both the academic and university spheres. She has been working in museums for about six years and is currently a museologist of the Hungarian National Museum, responsible for contemporary mixed collections.
In addition to historical and contemporary lifestyle researches, she publishes primarily on issues of science history and conceptual history. As a museologist, she feels responsible for the museum application of cultural science paradigms and the representation of critical museum science.
At the conference, she is an invited speaker on MS/M.