Máté Ittzés

Máté Ittzés
Dr. habil. Máté Ittzés (1976–) the present Head of Department joined the Department in February 2001, and has been teaching Sanskrit, Indo-Aryan and Indo-European Linguistics. In 2007 he earned his PhD in Linguistics from ELTE with a dissertation entitled “The Augment in Greek and Indo-Iranian”. Currently he is Associate Professor and Head of Department and the Leader of the Doctoral Programme in Indology and of the Indo-European Linguistics Research Division of the Department. His research field is Indo-European comparative linguistics, Latin syntax and Greek and Indo-Aryan historical linguistics. He has published several articles on the light verb constructions of ancient Indo-European languages, in particular Vedic Old Indo-Aryan, and various other topics in Indo-European comparative linguistics. Under his headship a new English language MA programme in Indology has been introduced at the Department