Dr. Erika Szalai-Juhász
(PhD 1995 Hungarian Academy of Sciences;
MSc 1978 Eötvos Loránd University Budapest)
2003-present Founder, Administrator and Consulting Geologist of Szalai Grup S.L., Mallorca, Spain
1998-2003: Consulting Geologist in Carbonates International S.L., in Mallorca, Spain.
1992-1997 Manager of the Basin Analysis and Hydrocarbon Assessment Project in Geological Survey of Hungary , Senior Research Scientist.
1986-1991 Chief of the Sedimentological Department of the Geological Survey of Hungary.
1982-1986 Research Scientist in the Bauxite Research Department, Geological Survey of Hungary.
1995 Diploma in Management Studies, Oxford Brookes University, England
1990-1992 Research Scientist in the IGCP-287 project of UNESCO on the correlation of Mesozoic and Cenozoic bauxites and in the Tethys region.
1992 Geology and evolution of karst system in the Buda Mountains, Hungary. PHARE 134/II Project of the Environmental Protection Agency of the European Community.
1991 Visiting Scientist in the Bureau of Economic Geology of the University of Texas in Austin, and the US Geological Survey, in St. Petersburg, Florida USA:
1990 Visiting Scientist in the Postgraduate Research Institute for Sedimentology de University of Reading, England; carbonates and paleokarst.
Selected most cited publications:
Esteban, M., Budai T., Juhász E. and Lapointe, P. 2009. Alteration of Triassic carbonates in the Buda Mountains – a hydrothermal model. Central European Geology, Vol. 52/1, pp.1-29
Juhász E., Korpás L. and Balog A. 1995. 200 million years of Karst History, Dachstein Limestone, Hungary. Sedimentology 42, 473-489.
Juhász E., . Kovács L., Müller P. and Tóth-Makk Á. 1997. Climatically driven sedimentary cycles in the late Miocene sediments of the Pannonian basin, Hungary. Tectonophysics. 282. pp. 257-276.
Juhász E., 1988. Sedimentological features of the Halimba bauxite and paleogeographical reconstruction. Acta Geol. Hung. 31. 1-2-. pp. 111-136.
Juhász E., Farkas-B. J., Hámor T., Müller P., B. Ricketts, Sütö-Sz. M and Tóth-Makk Á. 1996. High resolution sequence stratigraphy and subsidence analysis of the late Neogene sediments of the Pannonian basin, Hungary. Acta Geol. Hung. 39. 2. pp. 129-152.