ENeRAG H2020 Twinning project – an opportunity for mutual growth

The ENeRAG project started to run from 1 October 2018 through the cooperation of Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), University of Milan (UMIL) and Geological Survey of Finland (GTK) and support of external partners. The aim is to upgrade the expertise of ELTE in the fields of geofluids through an innovative approach that relates diverse aspects of geofluids application. Geoenergy, groundwater and …

International Symposium on Geofluids – The most significant scientific event of the ENeRAG project

The ENeRAG project successfully hosted its most significant scientific event, the International Symposium on Geofluids. The largest and most anticipated event of the project was held virtually between 7-9 July 2021. The main objective of the Symposium was to bring together scientists, professionals, and stakeholders to share and discuss all kinds of topics in geofluids, and especially groundwater, to highlight the interaction among geothermal energy, hydrocarbon, geogenic contamination and hydrothermal mineral resources.  The international Symposium was organized by the ENeRAG H2020 …

Participation on the online part of the World Geothermal Congress 2020+1

ELTE PhD student Ábel Markó presented two conference papers at the World Geothermal Congress 2020+1. The papers introduce reinjection problems related to geothermal utilization and present specific methods to understand and prevent them. First paper (entitled „Analysis of Geothermal Reinjection Problems with Hydrogeochemical Modelling”) discusses the problem of mineral precipitation during geothermal operation and …

Online workshop on Mineral resources in hydrothermal mineral systems

The workshop on Mineral resources in hydrothermal mineral systems held online between 17-20 May 2021 attracted participants worldwide. 75% of the registrants participated in the workshop actively. Res. prof. Ferenc Molnár from GTK has opened the workshop with the first day dedicated to Hydrothermal systems in various geological settings and …

Participation on the 8th Mineral Sciences in the Carpathians Conference

The Mineral Sciences in the Carpathians (MSCC) conference is a triannual meeting. The objective of the MSCC is to provide a high-quality and easily reachable regional meeting point for mineral and geoscientists of the Carpathian region. The 8th edition of the conference was organized by the University of Miskolc (Hungary) …

CHARM-EU Podcast with Ádám Tóth

CHARM-EU represents a Challenge-Driven, Accessible, Research-based and Mobile model for the co-creation of a European University aligned with the European Values, the European Green Deal and the sustainable development goals (SDGs). The CHARM-EU is an initiative formed by five research-based universities (University of Barcelona, Trinity College Dublin, Utrecht University, Eötvös …

16th Carpathian Basin Conference for Environmental Sciences – ELTE participants

Due to the restrictions, caused by the COVID-19, the 16th Carpathian Basin Conference for Environmental Sciences was held online between 30 March and 1 April 2021. The conference was hosted by the Eötvös Loránd University in memoriam of Prof. Mária Szabó. The aims of the conference are to present the …