Andi Móring studied meteorology MSc at the Eötvös Loránt Univerity, Budapest Hungary, then did a PhD at the University of Edinburgh. Currently, she is a postdoctoral research assistant at the University of Edinburgh. She has had a strong interest in atmospheric and environmental chemistry, with a special focus on modelling of ammonia emission from agricultural sources.
She is doing her postdoc within the framework of the NEWS India-UK Virtual Centre, of which she is the main coordinator. In 2017, she led the coordination of the conference and workshop on “Challenges and Opportunities for Agricultural Nitrogen Science in India”.
Andi is a keen science communicator. She won the Best Presentation Award in 2013 at the GeoSciences Postgraduate Research Conference, and in 2014 she was the runner-up at the university-wide final of the “Three Minute Thesis” competition at the University of Edinburgh. She also won the Best Poster Award at the Open Science Conference of the European Union ÉCLAIRE project at Budapest.