Prof. Dr. Prof. h.c. Gergely Szolnoki
Gergely Szolnoki

Prof. Dr. Prof. h.c. Gergely Szolnoki

Contact:
Phone: +49 6722 502 394
eMail: Gergely.Szolnoki(at)hs-gm.de
Postal Address:Von-Lade-Straße 1
D-65366 Geisenheim
Address: Building 5800
Room E6
Kreuzweg 25
65366 Geisenheim
Publications
Research Projects

Project start: 01.01.2020
Project end: 31.12.2022
Sponsor: German Academic Exchange Service

After a successful partnership of Geisenheim University (HGU) with the University of Thessaly in Greece (ZuGAbe-Project), HGU would now like to establish a partnership with the University of West Attica (UNIWA) and particularly with the Department of Wine, Vine and Beverage Sciences. The cooperation between the two Universities is called Future Challenges in Viticulture, Enology and Wine Business (WOW-project) and is funded by DAAD. The main objective of the project, namely a long-term partnership between the two institutions, will be achieved through common events, such as workshops, conferences, summer schools etc., but also through an exchange program for students and scientists of both universities.

Project start: 01.10.2018
Project end: 30.09.2021
Sponsor: Federal Office for Agriculture and Food

The SUSCHOICE project has three main objectives: (a) to identify the effects of different factors (macro, structural and individual) influencing consumers' sustainable food choices and; (b) to evaluate the possible strategies for promoting sustainable food consumption based on the different macro and structural conditions and individual life contexts; and (c) to test marketing strategies for promoting sustainable food consumption among young adults across different European countries..

Project start: 01.01.2018
Project end: 31.12.2020
Sponsor: Bundesprogramm Ökologischer Landbau und andere Formen nachhaltiger Landwirtschaft

Project start: 15.03.2017
Project end: 31.12.2018
Sponsor: Deutscher We

The aim of this project is to carry out a cross-regional study in order to obtain up-to-date data on tourism in Germany by using qualitative and quantitative methods, in which both tourists and producers in all 13 German growing regions are interviewed.