Sándor Juhász has been a Marie Sklodowska Curie Postdoctoral fellow at the Complexity Science Hub since October 2022. He holds a PhD in economic geography from Utrecht University, 2019 and a PhD in economics from University of Szeged, 2020.
Before moving to Vienna, he was a PostDoc at the Laboratory for Networks, Technology and Innovation, Corvinus University of Budapest and at the Agglomeration and Social Networks Research Lab, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Sándor’s main research interests are dynamics of collaboration networks, geography of innovation, and networks of urban agglomerations. He mainly works on data-driven projects involving spatial and network data to understand social and economic processes. Currently he is studying the geographic and economic patterns of money flow between firms, industries, and regions.