Zoltan Kovacs

Associate Professor

Main areas of research

Artificial senses (e-tongue, e-nose)

Near-infrared spectroscopy, Aquaphotomics


Academic background

Habilitation in Food Sciences (2018)

Post doctor, Kobe University, Japan (2013-2016)

PhD in Food Sciences (2012)

Master Degree in Food Engineering (2007)

Research projects / Experience

Application of electronic tongue and near infrared spectroscopy to detect food adulteration (2016-)

Application of classical and rapid measurement techniques for the identification of origin and adulterations of honey (2017-)

Aquaphotomics - a radically new scientific platform for bio- and food technology (2013-)

Development of NIRS models and end-user apps for food science applications (2016-2019)

Application and development of NIR spectroscopy and aquaphotomics (2013-2016)

Contact details

Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Areas of research

Wellbeing and Active Ageing