András is a biologist interested in the evolution of parental care, the conflict between the sexes over care and its implications on demography and sex ratios. He has been working with waders, and especially plovers over two decades. András wrote his PhD on parental care of the Kentish plover. He has led field projects and experiments on parental behaviour in several countries in Africa, Asia and Europe. Currently András is an associate professor at the Department of Ecology on the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest (Hungary).
As a participant of the ÉLVONAL project András is involved in planning studies and designing experiments, developing the database for storing the data collected, data analyses and preparing manuscripts. Furthermore, András runs an independent but closely related research project on life history consequences of nest site selection in plovers.