Tuesday, 15th October


Wednesday, 16th October

Field Trip

19:40 From the Deep Earth to the surface: Frank Horvath as a source of inspiration
Sierd A.P.L. Cloetingh

20:00 Ice breaker reception

Thursday, 17th October

8:30 Welcome address by ILP Task Force Sedimentary Basin representatives

Session 1: Links between tectonics and sedimentation in orogen - basin systems
Session Chair: Fadi Nader

8:40 On the Arrival and Evolution of the Danube River in the Dacian Basin
Csaba Krézsek and C. Olariu

9:00 The tectonic significance of the pre-salt wedge along the Angolan Passive Margin: implications on rifting style and tectonic processes
György Márton and G. Tari

9:20 Multi-Scale Depositional Successions in Tectonic Settings
Liviu Matenco and B. Haq

9:40 Poster 1-minute-long introductory presentations
Poster presenting authors

10:00 Poster session and coffee break
Session Chair: Csaba Krézsek

10:30 Polyphase tectonic evolution of the Gulf of Trieste (Northern Adriatic): from Mesozoic rifting to Cenozoic orogeny and active tectonics
Marco Vrabec et al.

10:50 From alluvial plain to shallow sea: The evolution of the southern part of the Gulf of Trieste since the Last Glacial
Anna Trobec et al.

11:10 Young Uplift at the Eastern End of the Alps. Evidence for Uplift Unrelated to the Inversion of the Pannonian Basin?
Kurt Stüwe and R. Jörg

11:30 Multi-method comparison of Quaternary river sediments - a case study from the Pannonian Basin
Róbert Arató et al.

11:50 Poster 1-minute-long introductory presentations
Poster presenting authors

12:10 Poster session and lunch
Session Chair: Bilal Haq

13:10 The Apulia-Southern Apennines orogenic system during Pliocene-Quaternary times (Central Mediterranean)
Alfonsa Milia et al.

13:30 High resolution correlation of deltaic cycles: an example of lateral and temporal variability
Orsolya Sztanó et al.

13:50 A regional overview of Upper Miocene Lake Pannon deposits in a tectonic framework in the Mecsek region, SW Hungary
Krisztina Sebe and I. Magyar

14:10 Cycles of erosion, aggradation and abandonment: architecture of deep-water channels and lobes, Transylvanian Basin, Romania
Lilla Tőkés et al.

14:30 Paleohydrogeology and thermal history of marginal areas of confined and unconfined carbonate sequences - Implications of geological evolution on mass and heat transport processes
Timea Havril et al.

14:50 Poster session and coffee break
Session Chair: Randell Stephenson

15:20 Integrated basin modelling (stratigraphic/thermal) for better understanding rocks and fluids evolution in sedimentary basins: Lessons learnt from Mediterranean and Middle East case studies
Fadi H. Nader

15:40 On the tectonic evolution of the Pannonian Basin: inferences from numerical modelling and observations
Attila Balázs et al.

16:00 A die-hard structure in the Alpine-Pannonian junction: the Rába Line
Gábor Tari

16:20 Preliminary paleoreconstructional model for basin development from Middle Miocene: a summary of seismic interpretations from Western Hungary
Balázs Soós et al. 

16:40 Break 

16:55 Integrated reservoir investigations of known fields in the Zala basin
Dániel Nyíri et al.

17:15 The role of space-based observations in understanding active tectonics with special emphasis on recent initiatives in Hungary
Eszter Szűcs et al. 

17:35 Start of Frank's scientific career: from Doppler geodesy to plate tectonics
Gábor Timár 

Friday, 18th October

Session 2: Links between deep Earth processes and surface expressions
Session Chair: Gregory Houseman

8:20 Subduction Zones Interaction Around the Adria Microplate
Claudio Faccenna et al.

8:40 Dynamic interactions in the Central Mediterranean: insights from analog modeling
Ágnes Király et al.

9:00 Lateral propagation of slab tear during retreating continental collision: numerical model and simple theory
Taras Gerya et al.

9:20 Where do subduction zones initiate?
Antoine Auzemery et al.

9:40 Numerical modelling of subduction initiation and tectonic nappe stacking in the Western Alps: thermo-mechanical insights on shear zone formation
Dániel Kiss et al.

10:00 Poster session and coffee break
Session Chair: Claudio Faccenna

10:30 Orogeny: selected studies from Ludwig von Loczy to AlpArray
György Hetényi

10:50 3D density distribution and thermal field of the Alps and their forelands
Magdalena Scheck-Wenderoth et al.

11:10 Seismic Tomography Constrains the Evolution of the Pannonian-Carpathian Region
Gregory Houseman

11:30 Neogene collision between the ALCAPA plate and Europe and the Origin of the Tatra - Fatra Mountains
Čestmír Tomek

11:50 In search of a fossil plate boundary of Baltica - the Teisseyre-Tornquist Zone revisited
Stanislaw Mazur et al.

12:10 Poster session and lunch
Session Chair: Cestmir Tomek

13:10 The architecture of an intracontinental sedimentary basin (Parnaíba Basin, northeast Brazil) and its relationship with underlying crustal and upper mantle structure
Randell Stephenson et al.

13:30 Strain localization during the negative inversion of thrust wedges: a case study from the Aegean and constraints from numerical simulations
Kristóf Porkoláb et al.

13:50 Imaging of subducting Philippine Sea plate beneath the Tokai region, repeatedly megathrust earthquakes region
Makoto Matsubara et al.

14:10 Strength and effective elastic thickness of the Australian lithosphere
Magdala Tesauro et al.

14:30 Experimental modelling of dimond-to-graphite transformation: an implication for ultra-high pressure metasedimentary rocks
Larissa Dobrzhinetskaya et al.

14:50 Tentative results of the analysis of the main geodynamic processes of formation of the crust and the upper mantle structure of the Greater Caucasus; their spatial variability
Fedor Yakovlev and E. Gorbatov

15:10 Poster session and coffee break

Session 3: Geothermal and hydrogeological modelling
Session Chair: 
Magdalena Scheck-Wenderoth

15:30 Geothermal potential of Sedimentary Basins, especially of the Swiss Molasse Basin
Ladislaus Rybach

15:50 An updated subsurface temperature model of the onshore Netherlands
Eszter Békési et al.

16:10 Determination of the thermal conductivity of Tertiary clastic sediments in Hungary: preliminary results of elaborating a methodology using well logs
Petra Paróczi et al.

16:30 Modelling of thermal convection in the Fábiánsebestyén geothermal reservoir 
László Lenkey et al. 

16:50 Break
Session Chair: László Lenkey

17:05 Interaction of topography-, salinity- and temperature-driven groundwater flow in synthetic numerical models and along a hydrogeological section
Attila Galsa et al.

17:25 Roles of different driving forces in groundwater flow from theoretical models to the Buda Thermal Karst
Márk Szijártó et al.

17:45 Evaluation of fluid flow systems for hydrocarbon and geothermal exploration - A case study from Eastern Hungary
Zsóka Szabó et al.

20:00 Conference dinner and party (included in all registration fees)

Saturday, 19th October

Session 4: Volcanism and related processes
Session Chair: Larissa 

08:20 The Neogene to Quaternary volcanism and its geodynamic relations in the Carpathian-Pannonian Region - evolution of ideas for the last 50 years
Szabolcs Harangi and R. Lukács

08:40 A review of the geodynamic setting of the volcanic provinces in the Carpathian-Pannonian region
Ioan Seghedi

09:00 Shift of Late Miocene to Quaternary alkaline magmatism at the Alpine-Pannonian transition: Significance for coupling of Adria plate motion with the Alpine-Carpathian front
Franz Neubauer and S. Cao

09:20 Subvolcanic magma storage revealed: a zircon perspective study combined with geophysics, petrology and thermal modelling at the Ciomadul Volcanic Dome Field (Eastern-Central Europe)
Réka Lukács et al.

09:40 Poster session and coffee break

Session 5: Topo-Transylvania
Session Chair: Liviu Matenco

09:55 Extinct or dormant? The activity status of Ciomadul volcano: what we know and what we don't?
Alexandru Szakács et al.

10:15 The Pannon LitH2Oscope project: developing the 'pargasosphere' concept
István Kovács et al.

10:35 Specific crustal stress partitioning deformation across South-Eastern Carpathians of Romania and adjacent regions
Mircea Radulian et al.

10:55 Single station analysis of microseismic noise in the Pannonian Basin
Elena Manea et al.

11:15 A study on the physical properties of the lithospheric mantle based on on upper mantle xenolith from the Perșani Mountains: the role of quantitative Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy
Thomas Lange et al.

11:35 The effect of 'water' on the rheology of the lithospheric mantle in the Carpathian-Pannonian region
Nóra Liptai et al.

11:55 Closing remarks

  • Poster presentations

  • Balázs, A. et al.: The rise and demise of forearc and backarc basins: inferences from 2D and 3D numerical modelling
  • Bartha, I. et al.: Variability of the Late Miocene lacustrine depositional system at the junction zone of the Pannonian Basin and the Apuseni Mts.
  • Beke, B. et al.: Structural control on diagenesis: combined structural and isotope data on calcite cements of pre-rift clastic sediments in the Pannonian Basin
  • Bogdanovic, T.: The Geological Characteristics of the Pranjani Basin, Central Serbia
  • Borleanu, F. and Radulian, M.: Structural differences around the Vrancea region (Romania) highlighted by the investigation of seismic data recorded by the stations placed around the epicentral region
  • Cseresznyés, D. et al.: Natural CO2 occurrence in the Pannonian Basin: determination of geochemical parameters and stable isotope composition of CO2-bearing sandstones and their implications to the fluid system
  • Dinescu, R. et al.: Identification and characterization of earthquake sources in South-Western Carpathian Bend Zone
  • Erdős, Z. et al.: Energy dissipation along the subduction interface and its various controls on overriding plate deformation
  • Gál, P. et al.: Geological and geomorphological remapping of the Miocene sedimentary-volcanic basin at the border area of the Mátra and Bükk Mountains (NE Hungary)
  • Gelencsér, O. et al.: Understanding salt diapir dynamics at Praid (Transylvanian Basin): a petrographic approach
  • Héja, G. et al.: A salient which lost its indenter - the curved Cretaceous fold and thrust belt of the southwestern and central Transdanubian Range (TR), Western Hungary
  • Kelemen, P. et al.: Kaolinite deposits trapped in karstic sinkholes of planation surface remnants used as paleotectonic, paleoclimate and provenance indicators, Transdanubian Range (Hungary), Pannonian Basin
  • Király, Cs. et al.: 2D image analysis of sandstone samples from the Pannonian Basin
  • Kitanović, V. and Krstekanić, N.: Fault pattern control of low-temperature hydrothermal Pb-Zn ore emplacement: Preliminary results from Lece mine (southern Serbia)
  • Kostić, B.: Understanding a volcanic history of SW part of Lece Volcanic Complex from plagioclase composition, zircon geochemistry and U-Pb age
  • Kovács, Á., et al.: Messinian basin-fill architecture in the Drava Trough: stratigraphic forward modeling and field observations
  • Krstekanić, N. et al.: Curved strike-slip fault evolution and associated deformation during oroclinal bending: Preliminary results from analogue modelling
  • Lule, A. et al.: Videologging and georeferencing of slope instabilities alog the road network using DBVL 5 (appliance)
  • Maddaloni, F. et al.: Structure and tectonic evolution of the Congo Basin from analysis of geophysical data and 3D numerical simulations
  • Molnár, K. et al.: Eruption chronology of the Ciomadul volcanic complex constrained by zircon geochronology
  • Ndreko, D. et al.: Tectonic modelling of Ionian zone and some considerations to its relationship with Sazani and Kruja tectonic zones
  • Neubauer, F. and Cao, S.: The brittle stage of the exhumation of a metamorphic core complex and supra-detachment basins: The Naxos and Paros supra-detachment basin, Greece and general remarks
  • Novák, A. et al.: Regional scale constraints on the lithosphere asthenosphere boundary (LAB) in the Carpathian Basin by electromagnetic induction
  • Obbágy, G. et al.: Connecting low-grade deformation and temperature data in Neotethyan meta(sediments)
  • Oravecz, É. et al.: Triassic salt tectonics in the Inner Western Carpathians (Silica Nappe, Aggtelek Hills): The role of inherited salt structures during the Alpine deformation
  • Patkó, L. et al.: Geological interpretation of magnetotelluric sounding in the Nógrád-Gömör Volcanic Field (Northern Pannonian Basin)
  • Ruszkiczay-Rüdiger, Zs. et al.: Uplift of the Transdanubian Range, Pannonian Basin: How fast and why?
  • Szakács, A. et al.: The TOPO TRANSYLVANIA Project: An Introduction
  • Szamosfalvi, Á. et al.: Well-log re-processing and re-interpretation in boreholes from the Mihályi High
  • Szemerédi, M. et al.: Permian felsic volcanism in the Tisza Mega-unit (basement of the Pannonian Basin and Apuseni Mts) - Zircon U-Pb dating and geotectonic implications from a regional marker horizon
  • Tari, G. et al.: A regional Alpine graphite décollement level beneath the NW Pannonian Basin
  • Tóth, Á. and Mádl-Szőnyi, J.: Structural constraints of groundwater flow and heat transport in the Lake Balaton region
  • Wéber, Z. et al.: Towards a new era in seismological imaging of the lithosphere beneath the Pannonian Basin
  • Yakovlev, F.L.: Combinations and an interaction of mechanisms of formation of the folded and the mountain structure of the Greater Caucasus in scales of (a) the sedimentary cover and (b) the Earth crust (to the problem of planning of geodynamic modeling)
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