Emese Karacsonyi

Emese Karacsonyi


Titles and Degrees

  • Advanced Master’s Degree – European Postgraduate Course for Environmental Management and Policy (EPCEM), Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 2004
  • MSc. Horticultural Engineer, plant protection specialist, Szent Istvan University of Horticulture and Food Industry, Budapest, 2002


  • Hungarian (mother tongue).
  • English (fluent).
  • Spanish (fluent).
  • German (good).


  • 2020 - Present: Bulkai Ltd., Budapest
  • 2018 – 2020: Pentele MG Zrt, Budapest
  • 2011 – 2018: ATEKNEA Solutions Hungary Kft., Budapest
  • 2005 – 2011: Hungarian Science and Technology Foundation, Budapest


Pentele MG Zrt

  • Project manager
  • Agricultural company focusing on sustainable agriculture. They feel full responsibility to hold and follow the traceability requirements of the European Union. They are working according to the GMP + B3 system to serve directly their partners from the European milling and feeding industry.


  • Team Leader of Technical Project Management
  • Leading the technical project management team working on the realization of research projects mainly prototype design and construction
  • Technical, administrative, legal and financial coordination of research projects (Project types: H2020, FP7, FP6)
  • Research Areas: environmental management, agriculture, food industry, disaster recovery

Hungarian Science and Technology Foundation

  • Senior EU project manager
  • Project management, project coordination, consultation in the field of environment, eco-innovation, sustainable energy, food, agriculture, fisheries and biotechnology

Publications and Papers

  • Environmental Aspects of the Structural Funds and the Cohesion Fund in New EU Member States and Candidate Countries - Internship project at the Regional Environmental Centre for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) – August 2004
  • Prospects for hydrogen economy in Hungary (Preliminary study of the position of hydrogen as energy carrier in the Hungarian energy system, environmental policy and economy)
  • Area Oriented Planning Project: Future sustainable development of agriculture in the Wormer – Jisperveld area
  • Policy Paper: The Health and Safety Aspects of the REACH Directive (Empowerment of Chemicals Information Demands - Communication flows in a product chain)