Lecture session by the Hungarian Hydrological Society

The Hungarian Hydrological Society organized a lecture session about Lake Velence. The session took place on 22 September at the Central Transdanubian Water Directorate in Székesfehérvár. The purpose of the meeting was to present and discuss the results of research related to Lake Velence, which research was carried out in …

Participation at the 29th “Almássy Endre Conference on Groundwater”

The 29th “Almássy Endre Conference on Groundwater” was held between 13-14 September and was hosted by Hotel Magistern in Siófok. This year, the József and Erzsébet Tóth Endowed Hydrogeology Chair and Foundation was represented at the conference by Anita Erőss and Petra Baják. In their presentations, they presented the latest …

Presentation at the International Meeting of Sedimentology 2023 conference

Third year PhD student Ábel Markó participated at the International Meeting of Sedimentology between 12-18.06.2023 in Dubrovnik Croatia where he presented his research entitled “Investigation of a deltaic thermal water reservoir formation in the Zala region (SW Hungary)”. As the sedimentological aspect of his doctoral research Ábel mapped the heterogeneities …

Participation at the geothermal trainingweek of the EASYGO project

Ábel Markó PhD student participated at the third trainingweek of the EASYGO project (funded by the Marie Curie research program) in Tuscany (Volterra, Lardarello). The focus of the annual training was the surface facilities of the geothermal systems as the power plants, heat plant, district heating systems and heat pumps. …

The 90th birthday of the founder of the Chair

🎉Let’s celebrate Professor József Tóth!🎉 Today we celebrate the 9️⃣0️⃣th birthday of Dr. Joe Tóth, the founder and namesake of the József and Erzsébet Tóth Endowed Hydrogeology Chair at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary. Some of the several achievements associated with his name are:💧mathematical foundation of groundwater’s basin hydraulics analysis;💧description of …

Farewell to Alexander Klimchouk

Final farewell to Alexander Klimchouk, a leading researcher in Ukrainian and international cave exploration, the father of hypogene cave formation theory. Alexander Klimchouk recognized the importance of hydrogeology and basin-scale groundwater flow systems in cave formation processes. On this basis, he distinguished – according to the flow-system approach – the …

Visit at a geothermal drilling site

A group of students of Earth Sciences BSc, Environmental Sciences BSc and Geology MSc visited an ongoing geothermal drilling in Káposztásmegyer, near the Aquaworld Budapest, on 9 May 2023, organized by research associate Anita Erőss and doctoral student Ábel Markó. With the help of the Rotaqua Ltd. staff, the students …

Geothermal PhD Days in Glasgow – 2023

Third year PhD student Ábel Markó participated in the 2023 European Geothermal PhD Days in Glasgow, 4-6 April 2023.  The ‘European Geothermal PhD Days’ is the most important conference for PhD students working in the field of geothermal energy exploration and utilization, where they present their current research topics every year.   At the EGPD conference, Ábel …

Students’ success at the 53rd Meeting of Young Geoscientists

The Meeting of Young Geoscientists (ISZA) is a conference organized by the Youth Committee of the Association of Hungarian Geophysicists and the Youth Committee of the Hungarian Geological Society. During the conference, young geologists and geophysicists under the age of 35 can present their research in the theoretical, practical and …