Dr. György G. Ferenczy obtained his PhD in computational chemistry from the Eötvös University of Budapest. He post doc’ed at the Oxford University, UK and at the University of Nancy, France. He joined to Gedeon Richter as a computational chemist and was appointed to a group-leader in 1996. He moved to Sanofi Budapest in 1999 prior to joining to the Strasbourg Drug Design Group of Sanofi as a group leader. From 2012 he is a senior research fellow at the Semmelweis University. He is currently a scientific advisor at the Research Centre for Natural Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His research interest includes the development and application of computational tools for extended biochemical systems, and in particular studying molecular interactions relevant for drug discovery. He is the author and co-author of over 60 scientific papers and book chapters that received over 1500 independent citations.