My research is within the field of dairy farms with automated milking systems, with the preliminary title: ”Milk production and cow traffic in different management systems where automated milking is combined with grazing”.
My doctoral program is implemented in the project “GRAZELAND/Part time grazing” – a Nordic collaborative project between Nord University in Norway, SLU, and the Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research.
The project is looking into the effect of different pastoral management systems through controlled trials at SLU’s research farm, and a surveying study of Norwegian farms.
Education and degree
- 2015 – present PhD-student at the Department of Animal Nutrition and Managent, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden
- 2015 – present PhD-fellow at the Department of Business-, Social- and Environmental Sciences, Nord University, Norway
- 2004-2011 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), Szent István Egyetem, Hungary