Enikő Bali

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

Curriculum Vitae (2021)

 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: Akademische 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)

2020: PI in “Properties of fluid in the Reykjanes geothermal system based on fluid inclusions in the IDDP-2 drill core” Landsvirkjun 1 M ISK for research expenses for one year (Co-I: Guðmundur Heiðar Guðfinnsson)

2021-2023: PI in "Fluid-rock interaction in the vicinity of felsic and mafic intrusions" University of Iceland research fund, 1.8 M ISK, for three years (Co-Is: Guðmundur H. Guðfinnsson, Sigurður G. Kristinsson, Guðmundur Ómar Fridleifsson)

 

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

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

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

2/  Modern Analytical techniques in geochemistry - 30hrs

Seminars:

1/ 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)

2/ 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

Linkam T-600 low temperature heating-freezing 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 - isotope 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

  3/ e-crofi 2021 - European Current Research On Fluid and Melt Inclusions, On-line conference 28th June-2nd July, 2021 - conference co-organizer.

 

Editorial activity:

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

The abstract book of the e-crofi2021 conference.

 

Reviewer activity:

Geologica Carpatica, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, Bulletin of the Hungarian Geological Society, Nature Geoscience, Earth and Planetrary Science Letters, Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 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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