Éva Kónya PhD

Éva Kónya PhD
Élelmiszer-analitikai Osztály
tudományos munkatárs
1022 Budapest, Herman Ottó út 15.
Mobile: +36 704918867
E-mail: konya.eva[at]eki.naik.hu

Dr. Éva Kónya after her bioengineering studies started to work at Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management, University of Debrecen as technical assistant and later assistant lecturer, where she had both educational and research tasks as well. Her work focused on the analyses of cereals (rheological properties) and soil (element content by atomic absorption). She started her doctorate course in 2009 at Hankóczy Jenő Plant Production, Horticulture and Food Sciences Doctoral School and PhD degree was conferred to her in 2016. Since 2011 she is assistant research fellow, after then research fellow in Food Science Research Institute, NARIC. Her research activity is related to determination of compositional data of different food stuffs and raw materials, mainly macro-, and microelement content by atomic absorption and fatty acid compositional by gas-chromatography. Besides she works on method developments by near-infrared spectroscopy for rapid and non-destructive prediction of quality parameters, and determination of fruit content of fruit juices and concentrates by classical and other instrumental analytical methods.




  • 2012-2013 Development of potato production technologies and trademarks (NTP–BURG0009) – participant
  • 2013-2016 SPICED – Securing the spices and herbs commodity chains in Europe against deliberate, accidental or natural biological and chemical contamination. (EU FP7) No. 312631 – participant
  • 2014-2015 Development of mineral water product family having health protecting attributes, which are proved by human clinical studies. These newly developed products will contain specific bioactive components in forms of micro-capsules. (GOP) – participant
  • 2014-2016 Determination of special flour-mixture based paste types with health protective, high added value properties by novel analytical and technological processes – participant
  • 2017-2020 In-situ, complex water quality monitoring by using direct and immuno-fluorimetry as well as plasma spectroscopy (NVKP_16) – participant







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