Presentations and posters

The conference language is English.

Oral presentations

Time for presentation is limited to 15 minutes, including 5 minutes for discussion. Please note, that only one oral presentation will be accepted from one presenting author.

Data-projector will be available.


Allowed size of posters is sent by email to all the poster presenters. Authors are expected to introduce their posters during the poster sessions.

Number of posters is limited to 3.

Student competition

The best student oral and poster presentations will be awarded, based on decisions of evaluation commissions

Detailed program of the meeting


Tuesday, 11th April (arrival)

Registration desk is open in Hotel Lukács (conference venue) from 18h to 19h.

Wednesday, 12th April, pre-conference field trip

Pre-conference field trip leaves at 7h50 am from the Hotel Lukács (conference venue) and arrives back in the evening (ca. 19h) to Hotel HBH (location of the Ice-breaker).
The trip will consist two parts, each of them involving walk of ca. 4–5km. This is not a difficult terrain but please, be prepared with clothes, footwear, physical condition, etc. (food and water will be provided). If you want to take your car, and/or if you want to leave earlier, just contact László Fodor (

19:30 Ice-breaker party with food and beer in HBH Sörház

Thursday, 13th April, scientific day I.

Registration desk opens at 7:40.

8:15 Welcome, opening of the meeting (L.I. Fodor)
Session 1: (8:25-10:35) Neotethys: Mesozoic deformation and ore mineralization (6)
Chairman: László Fodor
Hugo Ortner: Jurassic-Cretaceous transform faults in the Northern Calcareous Alps of Austria? (keynote talk) (8:25-8:55)
Ralf Schuster: Development and destruction of the Neotethys margin – hints from the Eastern Alps (8:55-9:15)
Tomáš Potočný: From rifting and subduction to accretionary wedge – origin and tectonometamorphic history of the Meliatic Bôrka Nappe (Western Carpathians) (9:15-9:35)
Hans-Jürgen Gawlick: Conodont Colour Alteration (CAI) data from the eastern Internal Western Carpathians with emphasis on the Silica Superunit (9:35-9:55)
Marína Molčan Matejová: Geochemical analysis performed using handheld XRF – composition of radiolarites from selected units of the Western Carpathians (9:55-10:15)
János Földesy: Acentury of dialogue between ore explorations and structural evolution models - the Rudabánya mineralizations (10:15-10:35)

10:35-11:00 Coffee break and posters

Session 2: Orogenic cycles from subduction to roll back and inversion: contribution from tectono-metamorphic studies and numerical models (5) (11:00-12:40)
Chairman: Ondrej Lexa
Kristóf Porkoláb: Burial-exhumation cycles of the continental crust: case studies and numerical models (11:00-11:20)
Jan Pleuger: Evolution of the Rhodopes from suturing of Neotethys to Aegean rollback (11:20-11:40)
Máté Velki: Paleomagnetic contribution to the tectonic evolution of the Drina-Ivanjica Unit, Internal Dinarides (11:40-12:00)
Éva Oravecz: Vertical motion patterns in inverted sedimentary basins: competing effects of contraction-induced tectonic uplift, post-rift thermal subsidence and surface processes (12:00-12:20)
Balázs Soós: Tectonic reconstruction and HC trap types of the North Hungarian Paleogene Basin (NHPB) (12:20-12:40)

12:40-14:00: Lunch break

Session 3: Deformation of the upper crust: the importance of fault geometry and fluid-rock interaction during brittle deformation (5) (14:00 – 15:40)
Chairman: Rastislav Vojtko
Zsolt Benkó: Illite K/Ar dating of fault zones, sedimentary sequences and low-grade metamorphic rocks (14:00-14:20)
Emese Tóth: Geometric and hydrogeological properties of the fracture network of the Boda Claystone Formation, Hungary (14:20-14:40)
Piotr Strzelecki: The origin and conditions of pure compaction bands formation in the naturally deformed Otryt Sandstone (the Silesian Nappe, SE Poland) (14:40-15:00)
Martin Sutjak: Geometry and kinematics of the Mikulov fault, Outer Western Carpathians, revealed by LiDAR, ERT, and deep-seismic interpretation. Subrecent activity controlled by thrusting or from the crystalline basement? (15:00-15:20)
Štěpán Dvořák: Geology and tectonics of the Main Ethiopian Rift (East African Rift System) (15:20-15:40)

15:40-16:00 Coffee break

Session 4 (16:00 – 17:10) The importance of salt during passive margin evolution and during the development of fold-and-thrust belts (3)
Chairman: Ádám Csicsek
Oscar Fernandez: Salt tectonics in the Northern Calcareous Alps (Austria): from Triassic minibasins to Jurassic inversion (keynote talk) (16:00-16:30)
Prokop Závada: Influence of caprock on the growth dynamics of salt diapirs in the southeastern Zagros mountains, Iran (16:30-16:50)
Sadegh Adine: Temporal evolution of the Paskhand salt diapir during folding in the Zagros Fold and Thrust Belt (Cenozoic time), Southern Iran (16:50-17:10)

17:10-18:40 Poster session

19:00 Wine tasting and dinner in Hotel Lukács (conference venue)

Friday, 14th April, scientific day II.

Session 5: Paleozoic deformation in Europe (5) (8:30-10:10)
Chairman: Stanislaw Mazur
Riccardo Callegari: U-Pb detrital zircon and 40Ar/39Ar muscovite geochronology of Cambrian – Ordovician rocks from the Holy Cross Mountains, Southern-central Poland (8:30-8:50)
Jaroslaw Majka: Deformation and metamorphism of newly discovered iron oxide-apatite ores from Svalbard (8:50-9:10)
Klára Jůzlová: The Zábřeh Crystalline Unit - geochronological data and their geotectonic implication (9:10-9:30)
Ondrej Lexa: The complexities of the Variscan Saxothuringian wedge demystified (9:30-9:50)
Marek Śliwiński: Age, petrogenesis, and metamorphic evolution of the metavolcano-sedimentary complex of the Staré Město Belt, the Sudetes (9:50-10:10)

10:10-10:40 Coffee break and posters

Session 6: HP/UHP Metamorphism (4) (10:40-12:00)
Chairman: Jan Pleuger
Jan Kulhánek: Insights from trace element zoning in high-pressure metamorphic garnet (10:40-11:00)
Martin Racek: (Li,Na)-P substitution in garnet as an indicator of UHP conditions (11:00-11:20)
Dominika Linzerová: A novel high temperature experimental approach: deciphering the evolution of cumulate texture (11:20-11:40)
Luc de Hoÿm de Marien: Using petrochronology to re-investigate the age of the HP metamorphism in the French Massif Central (11:40-12:00)

12:00-13:30: Lunch break

Session 7: Central Asia (4) (13:30-14:50) 
Chairman: Ralf Schuster
Vít Peřestý: Late-Cambrian arc-related migmatitisation in compression – evidence from the southern margin of the Zavkhan Block, Mongolia (13:30-13:50)
Pavla Stipska: Hidden metamorphic discontinuities in the NE Baidrag block, Mongolia, reveal anticlockwise metamorphic paths at c. 890−790 Ma indicating peri-Rodinian back-arc compression followed by c. 560–520 Ma burial (13:50-14:10)
Ondřej Krýza: Modes and geometry of detachment doming in large hot orogens - insights from physical modelling: examples from the Central Asian Orogenic Belt (14:10-14:30)
Karel Schulman: Peri-Siberian Cambrian to Devonian tectonic switching in the Olkhon terrane (southern Siberia): implications for the geodynamic evolution of the Mongolian collage during Baikalian orogenic cycle (14:30-14:50)

14:50-15:20 Coffee break

Session 8 (15:20-17:20) From mantle to upper crust – interaction of fluids, geophysical interpretation and plate tectonics (6)
Chariman: Prokop Závada
Márta Berkesi: Fluid and melt inclusions trapped at different geodynamic settings – how can small droplets contribute to the tectonic models? (15:20-15:40)
Pavlina Hasalova: Ti mescale of pervasive melt migration in the continental crust (15:40-16:00)
Stanislaw Mazur: Electrical resistivity structure of the European Lithosphere in Poland derived from 3-D inversion of magnetotelluric data (16:00-16:20)
Nóra Liptai: Combined seismological and petrological study on the seismic anisotropy of the Carpathian-Pannonian upper mantle (16:20-16:40)
Thomas Lange: The link between deep fluids and surface gas emanation in the Southeastern Carpathians (16:40-17:00)
István Kovács: The role of the asthenosphere in the recent geodynamics of the Carpathian Pannonian region (17:00-17:20)

17:20-18:30 poster session

19:00 Conference dinner in the Ambrózia Hotel;
Radek Melka price,
Best student talk and poster price
Conference closing remarks, announcement of the next CETEG event


Saturday, 15th April, post-conference field trip

Post-conference field trip leaves at 7h50 am from the Hotel Lukács (conference venue) and arrives back in the late afternoon (ca. 17h) to the same place. 
This excursion will be a walking type. We will get out from the bus and walk the whole day. This will mean 8.5-9km at our estimate. This is not a difficult terrain but please, be prepared with clothes, footwear, physical condition, etc.
If you want to take your car, and/or if you want to leave earlier, just contact László Fodor ( 
In general, at any points you can turn back for your car on the same path. There will be one point at the road what we will reach around 14h–14h30 in the afternoon. You can leave your car there but we have to organise this.