The closing conference of the ENeRAG project was held online on 3 March 2022 with the organization of the ELTE team. The closing event was attended by 70 people from 10 different countries.
Judit Mádl-Szőnyi (ELTE), the scientific coordinator of the ENeRAG project, opened the event, after which she and Ildikó Erhardt (ELTE) gave a statistical summary of the activities carried out in the project and the impacts achieved. The event hostess was Timea Trásy-Havril (ELTE).
After the introduction and the summary, the most significant professional result of ENeRAG, the Workflow for the Dynamic System Approach for Geofluids and their Resources was presented in detail, by Zentainé Czauner Brigitta (ELTE), Corrado Camera (UMIL), Teppo Arola (GTK) and Ferenc Molnár (ELTE).
The workflow was presented through a case studies and finally explained how and where they fit into the workflow as a whole. After the presentation the participant had the chance to ask questions or add comments to the talks.
In the last part of the conference, the Workflow as a whole and the Guideline for geofluid research, that makes the professional results available to end users, governmental institutions, and stakeholders, were presented by Judit Mádl-Szőnyi (ELTE) and Zentainé Czauner Brigitta (ELTE) through a guided interactive discussion. In this way the stakeholders and the audience were instantly involved in the presentation.
On behalf of the consortium partners, Nike Luodes (GTK), Marco Masetti (GTK) and Judit Mádlné Szőnyi (ELTE) spoke briefly about the joint work, the unexpected challenges and they committed to continue working together after the lifespan of the ENeRAG project as well.
The representatives of the partners’ institutions, researchers and students from the different departments, in addition to colleagues of the different institutes and stakeholders, could see the main results and outcomes of the ENeRAG project. The guided interactive workshop was helpful to further develop the prepared Guideline for geofluids research.