Enikő Bali

Geologist, Current residence: Reykjavík, Iceland (Home: XV. district (Rákospalota), Budapest, Hungary)

Curriculum Vitae (24/08/18)

 Enikő Bali

Associate professor in Geology, Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Iceland

 

Date of birth: 15th, May, 1976

Nationality: Hungarian

Education:

     Ph.D. Geology, 2004, University of Szeged

      Graduation date: 17th December, 2004

      Advisors: Csaba Szabó (Eötvös University, Budapest); David W.  Peate (Danish Lithosphere Centre, now at University of Iowa)

      Dissertation title: Fluid/melt - wall rock interaction in the upper mantle beneath the central Pannonian basin

 

     M.Sc. Geology, 1999, Eötvös University, Budapest

     Graduation date: 14th, June, 1999

     Principal advisor: Csaba Szabó (Eötvös University);

     Dissertation title: Petrology and Geochemistry of Ultramafic Xenoliths from Bakony Balaton Highland and Little Hungarian Plain Volcanic Fields, Hungary.

 

    Scholarships and awards during higher education:

1/ Scholarship of the European Union in the framework of the Erasmus programme to the Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, 2000/2001, 9 months

 2/ Scholarship of the European Commission in the framework of the Marie Curie Fellowship to the Danish Lithosphere Centre, Copenhagen, 2002/2003, 7 months

3/ Second place atthe Scientific Conference of Students, organized by the Faculty of Science, Eötvös University, 1998

4/ First place at the 33rd Hungarian Young Earth Scientists Conference. Organized by the Hungarian Geological Society and the Hungarian Geophysical Society, Salgótarján, March 22-23. 2002.

5/ Award of the Hungarian Geological Institution at the 33rd Hungarian Young Earth Scientists Conference.  Organized by the Hungarian Geological Society and the Hungarian Geophysical Society, Salgótarján, March 22-23. 2002.

6/ Andor Semsey Award of the Hungarian Geological Society for Young Scientists for publication- 2004

7/ Third place at the 35th Hungarian Young Earth Scientists Conference. Organized by the Hungarian Geological Society and the Hungarian Geophysical Society, Sárospatak, March 19-20. 2004.

 

Position:

1999 - 2003: Ph.D. student, Eötvös University, Budapest

2000 - 2004: English-Hungarian translator for the Geological Institute of Hungary

2005: Postdoctoral Researcher at Laboratoire de Magmas et Volcans, CNRS et Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand

2006 -2010: Visitor scientist (Postdoc) at Bayerisches Geoinstitut, Universität Bayreuth

2010-2013: Akademischen rätin (teaching and research) -      manager of the piston cylinder lab, Georg-August-Universität,      Göttingen

2013- 2014: Teaching Assistant, University of Iceland, Reykjavík

2014-2017: Assistant professor in Geology (Mineralogy and Petrology), University of Iceland, Reykjavík

2017- : Associate professor in Geology (Mineralogy and Petrology), University of Iceland, Reykjavík

 

Affiliations:

Hungarian Geological Society (1999- )

Mineralogical Society of America (2006- )

 

 

Research grants:

2004-2007 Contributor in the research project "Development of inductively coupled mass spectrometric methods for determination of lead isotope ratios in geological samples" - Hungarian Science Foundation (OTKA) grant (nr T/F 047174) (Joint project between the Department of Chemical Technology and Environmental Chemistry and the Department Petrology and Geochemistry, Eötvös University Hungary)

2015-2016: Co-PI: “The magma system of Hekla volcano” Program of Integrated Actions «Jules Verne» French – Icelandic scientific cooperation (RANNIS) – 680 T ISK, Co-PI: Olgeir Sigmarsson

2017-2020: PI in “Temporal evolution of the Bárðarbunga-Veiðivötn volcanic system” University of Iceland EIMSKIP Fund - PhD salary for three years (grant nr: HI17060092, Co-Is: Guðmundur Heiðar Guðfinnsson and Maren Kahl)

2018-2021: Co-I in “Magma storage conditions in the Bárðarbunga-Veiðivötn volcanic system” University of Iceland research fund, 1.639 M ISK, for three years (grant nr: 377722, PI: Guðmundur Heiðar Guðfinnsson, Co-I Maren Kahl)

2018: Co-I in “How fast is fast? Accessing magma mobilisation and transfer timescales through the Icelandic crust” Landsvirkjun 723 T ISK for research expenses for one year (PI: Maren Kahl, Co-Is: Guðmundur Heiðar Guðfinnsson, Alberto Caracciolo)

 

Equipment grants: 

2016: Eggertsjóður “Application for a new research grade stereomicroscope with a digital camera”- 1.5 M ISK, Principal applicant, co-applicants Esther Ruth Guðmundsdóttir and Steffen Mischke

2018: Innviðasjóður Co-applicant in “Raman microscope”– 17.885 M ISK, PI: Kristján Leósson (Innovation Centre of Iceland)

 

Teaching experience:

 Undergraduate (B.Sc.) level:

 Georg-August University Göttingen

1/ Optical mineralogy practical -winter semester 56 hrs

2/ Igneous Petrology - winter semester 14 hrs

 

University of Iceland

1/    Mineralogy I practical - winter semester 42 hrs

2/    Mineralogy II practical (Microscopy) - winter semester 42 hrs

3/ Igneous Petrology for foreigners lecture and practical - winter semester 70 hrs

4/  Mineralogy (since 2016) - spring semester - lectures and practicals 70 hrs

5/ Igneous Petrology (since 2016) - winter semester - lectures                and practicals 98 hrs

 

 Graduate (M.Sc.) level:

 University of Iceland

1/ Magmas in the crust (Magma generation and magma evolution) - spring semester lectures and practicals 35 hrs  (Co-lecturer, Guðmundur Heiðar Guðfinnsson)

 

Graduate (Ph.D.) level:

Eötvös University, Budapest

1/ 2003-2004/1st semester (Co-lecturer, Csaba Szabó)

2/ Physical and chemical processes in subducting slab and mantle wedge - 30 hrs

3/  Modern Analytical techniques in geochemistry - 30hrs

4/ Seminar series of the Division of Earth Sciences, Eötvös Collegium - How to collect geological information from ultramafic xenoliths? A practical review for Earth Science students (November 11, 2003)

5/ Seminar series of the Division of Earth Sciences, Bólyai Collegium- Water and hydrogene are immiscible in the mantle - Introducition of new results and an informal chat with students about how to write good scientific papers (October, 2013) 

 

Laboratory experience:

Experimental:

Linkam T-1500 high temperature heating-cooling stage

High PT multi-anvil apparatus

Piston cylinder apparatus

 

Analytical:

Scanning Electron microscopy (SEM) - currently I am assistant manager of the equipment at the Institute of Earth Sciences University of Iceland

Electron Probe Microanalysis (EPMA)

Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Mass Spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS) - analysis of minerals and their fluid inclusions 

Clean lab techniques for Pb, Sr, Nd - isotopic separation

Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) - currently I am the manager of the equipment at the Institute of Earth Sciences University of Iceland

Raman spectroscopy 

 

Conference organization:

 1/ European Current Research On Fluid Inclusions (ECROFI XVII), Budapest, June 5-7, 2003 - Technical support

 2/ 9th National Student Conference in Environmental Sciences, Budapest, 5-7 April 2004 - Technical support

 

Editorial activity:

Bali E., Dégi J., Dezső Zs., Papp B., Szabó Cs. (2004): 9th National Student Conference in Environmental Sciences - Abstract volume. pp. 289.

 

Reviewer activity:

Geologica Carpatica, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, Bulletin of the Hungarian Geological Society, Nature Geoscience, Earth and Planetrary Science Letters, Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA)

 

Translator activity:

Gyalog, L. & Horváth, I. (eds) (2004): Geology of the Velence Hills and the Balatonfő. Explanatory book of the geological map of Velence Hills (1:25000) and the Map of Pre-Sarmatian surface of the Balatonfő-Velence Area (1:100000). Geological Institute of Hungary pp. 149 ISBN 963 671 237 9 - translation of the whole volume from Hungarian to English

 

 

 

 

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