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Katalin Szilágyi

Katalin Szilagyi graduated in Civil Engineering at Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME, Hungary) in 2005.

She was involved in laboratory research and development of concrete, in projects related to concrete technology and in-situ assessment of concrete structures from 2005 to 2008 at the Department of Building Materials and Engineering Geology (BME).

In 2008 she won a full-time 3 years scholarship for PhD studies on non-destructive testing of concrete.

Several scientific manuscripts of her research work was published in international academic journals with considerable impact factor and independent citations.

After earning her PhD degree in 2014 she started to work as a consultant in concrete technology and reinforced concrete structures.


Budapest University of Technology and Economics M.S. (2005) and PhD (2014) in Civil Engineering, Budapest, Hungary


Research EngineerDepartment of Construction Materials and Engineering Geology, Budapest University of Technology and Economics Budapest (BME), Hungary


BMEPhD student supported by the scholarship of the Hungarian Ministry of Education.


Participant as PhD candidateScientific program of the "Development of quality-oriented and harmonized R+D+I strategy and functional model at BME" project, supported by the New Hungary Development Plan (Project ID: TÁMOP-4.2.1/B-09/1/KMR-2010-0002)


BMEPhD candidate supported by the Jedlik Ányos scholarship in the National Excellence Program.


ConsultantConsultant in concrete technology, concrete mix design, reinforced concrete bridges, design of slabs on ground, in-situ assessment of reinforced concrete structures

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