Csala
Dénes

Dénes is a researcher and thinker interested in exploring the language of data: visualization 🌟 After studying in Abu Dhabi and Boston, he obtained a PhD in Interdisciplinary Engineering from Khalifa University, in collaboration with MIT. He currently holds an Assistant Professorship at Lancaster University in the UK, where has a research portfolio in modelling complex energy systems and a Visiting Assistant Professorship at Babeș-Bolyai University in Romania, centered around data visualization and business intelligence.

He is the data visualization lead for the Romanian Economic Impact Monitor in Cluj-Napoca, Romania and the Economics Observatory in Bristol, UK. His data analysis and visualizations balance on the fine line between work and hobby and he has led educational workshops on visualization, sustainability and renewable energy across developing regions in Asia and Africa. He is actively involved in mentoring youth, both in Hungary and Romania, and also leads the datactivism blogs Kontext (in English) and székelydata (in Hungarian), exploring complex topics through data analysis and visualization, while trying to inspire the next generation of systems thinkers.

Csala
Dénes

Dénes is a researcher and thinker interested in exploring the language of data: visualization 🌟 After studying in Abu Dhabi and Boston, he obtained a PhD in Interdisciplinary Engineering from Khalifa University, in collaboration with MIT.

He currently holds an Assistant Professorship at Lancaster University in the UK, where has a research portfolio in modelling complex energy systems and a Visiting Assistant Professorship at Babeș-Bolyai University in Romania, centered around data visualization and business intelligence. He is the data visualization lead for the Romanian Economic Impact Monitor in Cluj-Napoca, Romania and the Economics Observatory in Bristol, UK. His data analysis and visualizations balance on the fine line between work and hobby and he has led educational workshops on visualization, sustainability and renewable energy across developing regions in Asia and Africa. He is actively involved in mentoring youth, both in Hungary and Romania, and also leads the datactivism blogs Kontext (in English) and székelydata (in Hungarian), exploring complex topics through data analysis and visualization, while trying to inspire the next generation of systems thinkers.