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Biró, Tamás

 

Assignement

 
assistant research fellow

Qualification

geographer (specification in geomorphology) 2014

Language Skills

English, French

Research

volcanology; chemistry of quartzes in Si-saturated magmatic systems (trace element chemistry, H2O); flow and emplacement processes of pyroclastic density currents (PDC), lahars

Contact Location: Southern Block 1.219
Phone: 
E-mail: tbiro.geogr[at]gmail.com

Education

  • Field volcanology
  • Endogenous forces of Earth (practice)
  • Geography of external forces (practice)
  • Physical Geography of Hungary and the Carpathian Basin (practice)
  • Introduction to Physical Geography (seminar)
  • Geosciences Seminar (Eötvös University, Bolyai Szakkollégium)

Awards and honours

  • MSc degree with honors, Eötvös University, Faculty of Science, Budapest (Hungary), 2014
  • Outstanding Student of the Faculty of Science, Eötvös University, Budapest (Hungary), 2014
  • "Best Oral Presentation by the Audience" – 5th International Students Geological Conference, Budapest (Hungary), 2014
  • Best presentation in theoretical section (1st place) – 45th Meeting of Young Geoscientists), Balatonföldvár (Hungary), 2014
  • 1st place – Scientific Conference of Students, section of Physical Geography, Eötvös University, Faculty of Science, Budapest (Hungary) 2014
  • Fellowship of the Republic of Hungary, 2013/2014
  • Best Oral Presentation – 4th International Students Geological Conference, Brno (Czech Republic), 2013
  • Best presentation of the earth sciences section – 14th conference of the Eötvös Kollegium (Budapest, Hungary), 2013
  • Fellowship of the Republic of Hungary, 2012/2013
  • Outstanding Student of the Faculty of Science, Eötvös University, Budapest (Hungary), 2012
  • 1st place – Scientific Conference of Students, section of sedimentary geology and sedimentary petrography, Nyíregyháza (Hungary), 2011
  • Special Prize – Scientific Conference of Students, section of sedimentary geology and sedimentary petrography, Nyíregyháza (Hungary), 2011
  • 1st place – Scientific Conference of Students, section of Physical Geography, Eötvös University, Faculty of Science, Budapest (Hungary) 2010

Publications, abstracts

  • Biró, T., Karátson, D., Márton, E., Józsa, S., Bradák, B. 2014: Determining clast and magnetic fabric of a subaqueous lahar deposit as a tool for reconstructing paleoflow directions and emplacement processes – 9th ESSEWECA (Environmental, Sedimentary & Structural Evolution of the Western Carpathians) Conference, Smolenice (Slovakia), 2014.11.5-7
  • Biró T., Karátson D., Márton E., Józsa S., Bradák B. 2014: Flow directions and emplacement mode of a subaqueous ignimbrite based on twofold directional fabric analyses – Acta Mineralogica Petrographica, Abstract Series 8, p. 
  • Biró T., Karátson D., Márton E., Józsa S., Bradák B. 2014: Flow directions and emplacement mode of a Middle Miocene subaqueous ignimbrite revealed by photo-statistics and anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) – 46. Ifjú Szakemberek An-kétja (Meeting of young geoscientists), Balatonföldvár, 2014.03.28-29
  • Biró T. 2014: Tectonically preformed valley pattern and formation related to volcanic structure on Ceraunius Tholus - Abstract #1403, 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, Texas, Amerikai Egyesült Államok
  • Biró T. 2013: Paleoflow direction in volcanogenic mass-flow deposits using a GIS-based photostatistical method – A case study from the Visegrád Mountains, Hungary – Conference Proceedings, 4th International Students Geological Conference, Brno, p. 18.
  • Biró T., Józsa S., Karátson D., Szenthe I. 2013: A budai Mátyás-hegy bryozoás márga összletébe települt vulkanogén képződmény kőzettani- vulkanológiai vizsgálata – Földtani Közlöny 143/3, pp. 239-249.
  • Karátson D., Telbisz T., Harangi Sz., Magyari E., Dunkl I., Kiss B., Jánosi Cs., Veres D., Braun M., Fodor E., Biró T., Kósik Sz., Von Eynatten H., Lin D. 2013: Morphometrical and geochronological constraints on the youngest eruptive activity in East-Central Europe at the Ciomadul (Csomád) lava dome complex, East Carpathians. – Journal Of Volcanology And Geothermal Research, 157-158, pp. 56-72.

Scientometry

MTMT (scientific publications and summary tables)
ResearchGate profile