My primary interests are in the field of palynology research, especially in plant genetics. My main aim is to gain experience working with pollen and to learn the most recent genetical techniques to be a conducive member for the research I am working on. At home, I take part in research for mitigating the negative effects of climate change, land use change, and biological invasion where I am acquiring the morphology-based pollen identification. Currently, I am working on my master’s thesis with the title of “Methodological developments in the field of forensic science” which requires both theoretical and laboratory work. In the framework of my research, I develop protocols for new scientific techniques to be introduced as new criminalistic tools in forensic practice of palynological view in Hungary.