Tamás Biró

 

PhD student

 

Eötvös University (Budapest, Hungary)

Faculty of Science

Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences

Department of Physical Geography

H-1117 Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/C.

 

Contact

e-mail: tbiro.geogr@gmail.com

 

Religious views

I believe in Jesus, who is the Son of God, became man for us, and who is the Saviour of Man.

 

Research interest

Sedimentological features of pyroclastic, epiclastic rocks

Trace element impurities and hydroxyl defects in magmatic quartz

 

 


Education

PhD in Earth Sciences – Eötvös University, 2014 -

MSc in Geography (Spec. in Geomorphology) – Eötvös University, 2014

Thesis: Flow pattern and emplacement mode of a subaqueously deposited ignimbrite from the Visegrád Mountains (northern Hungary) using photostatistical analysis and anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS)

BSc in Geography (Spec. in Environmental Geography) – Eötvös University, 2012

Thesis: Investigation of volcanogenic sandstone occurrences from the upper Eocene formations of the Buda Mountains (Hungary)

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Awards, prizes

Best presentation – 6th Meeting on Petrology and Geochemistry, Ópálos (Romania), 2015

Poster Prize of the European Mineralogical Union – Goldschmidt 2015, 14f: “Waterin the Mantle and Crust: Hydrous and Nominally Anhydrous Minerals session, Prague (Czech Republic), 2015

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 placeScientific 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 placeScientific Conference of Students, section of sedimentary geology and sedimentary petrography, Nyíregyháza (Hungary), 2011

Special PrizeScientific Conference of Students, section of sedimentary geology and sedimentary petrography, Nyíregyháza (Hungary), 2011

1st placeScientific Conference of Students, section of Physical Geography, Eötvös University, Faculty of Science, Budapest (Hungary) 2010

 

 

Papers

Biró, T., Kovács IJ., Király E., Falus Gy., Karátson D., Bendő Zs., Fancsik T.,  Sándorné KJ. 2015: Water' content of quartz from various rhyolitic ignimbrite horizons: results from unpolarized micro-FTIR analyses on unoriented grains.European Journal of Mineralogy, 28, pp xx-xx.

Biró T., Karátson D., Márton E., Józsa S., Bradák B. 2015: Paleoflow directions from a subaqueous lahar deposit around the Miocene Keserűs Hill lava dome complex (north Hungary) as constrained by photo-statistics and anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS). – Journal Of Volcanology And Geothermal Research, 302, pp 141-149.

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.

DOI: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2013.01.013

Biró T., Józsa S., Karátson D., Szenthe I. 2013: Petrographical and volcanological investigation of the volcanogenic unit from the bryozoan marl mass of the Mátyás Hill (Buda Mountains, Hungary) – Bulletin of the Hungarian Geological Society 143/3, pp. 239-249. (in hungarian with english abstract)

 

 

 

Abstracts (selected)

Biró T., Karátson D., Márton E., Józsa S. 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 analysesActa Mineralogica Petrographica, Abstract Series 8, p. 8

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) – 45th 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.