Emese Réka Bodor

Address

bodorPostal address: Geological and Geophysical Institute of Hungary, Budapest HU-1143 Stefánia street 14.
Phone: +36-1/9202373
Fax: -
e-mail: bodor.emese@mfgi.hu
web: http://www.mfgi.hu/hu/node/685

Current Research Interests

- Jurassic and Cretaceous palaeobotany
- Papaeoenvironmental studies
- Morphometric

Graduation

2010 – Geology Master, Palaeontology- Geology Speciality (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)

Employment

2013 – Geological and Geophysical Institute of Hungary, Geological and Geophysical Collections

sphere of activity: research assistant

Honors and Awards

2013 – Hungarian Paleontological Conference, PhD student III. prize
2012 – The Best Educational Paper of the Year, PhD student, II. prize
2012 – Hungarian Paleontological Conference, PhD student oral presentation I. prize
2012 – The Special Prize from the Hantken Miksa Foundation
2011 – Hungarian Paleontological Conference, PhD student oral presentation I. prize 2005. – XXVII. Hungarian Conference of Student Scientists III. prize.
2010 – The Pre-eminent Student Prize of Eötvös University
2010 – Hungarian Paleontological Conference, student oral presentation I. prize
2009. – Meeting of Young Geoscientists, poster section: II. prize
2009. – XXIV. Hungarian Conference of Student Scientists II. prize
2009. – Hungarian Paleontological Conference, student oral presentation II. prize
2009 – 10th Anniversary Conference of Czech, Polish and Slovak Palaeontologists, „Best Scientific Publication of 2008” III. prize
2008. – Hungarian Paleontological Conference, student poster: II. prize
2008. – Eötvös University Conference of Student Scientists in Geology II. prize
2007. – XXVIII. Hungarian Conference of Student Scientists Special Prize of the Hungarian Geological Institut.

Fellowships

2012-Synthesys Program research grant (Naturhistoriska Riksmusee, Stockholm)
2010-Hantken Miksa Foundation international collaboration found (Prague, Czech National Museum)
2008-Pro Renovanda Cultura Hungarie Students for science competition
2008-Hantken Miksa Foundation international collaboration found (Prague, Czech National Museum)

Service in scientific bodies and conference organization

2011.
Representative of Eötvös University at “Museum Picnic”
2010.
Representative of Eötvös University at GeoExpo.
2009-2012
Organiser and lecturer at the “Researcher’s Night” Program Series at Eötvös University Paleontology Department
2008.
Hungarian Natural History Museum Earth Science Program for the Year of Earth Representative of Eötvös University Paleontology Department.
2006.
Administrator and organiser at Hungarian Cognitive Science Foundation’s XIV. Conference.
2005-2009
Hungarian program organiser of Budapest Semester in Cognitive Science.

Visits, field trips

2013 (1 week) – University of Bucharest, study of the Anina Collection and consultation with Mihai Popa
2012 (2 weeks) – Naturhistoriska Riskmuseet, study of the collection and consultation with Prof. Dr. Elese Marie Friis, financial supporter: The Synthesys Program of the European Union
2011 (4 days) – University of Bucharest, study of the Haţeg Collection and consultation with Stefan Vasile, Csiki Zoltán and Mihai Popa
2011 (1 week) – Knobloch Collection examination and consultation with Zuzana Váchová, Prague
2010 (1 week) – Knobloch Collection examination and consultation with Zuzana Váchová, Prague, financial supporter: Hantken Miksa Foundation
2008 (1 week) – Knobloch Collection examination and consultation with Zuzana Váchová, Prague, financial supporter: Hantken Miksa Foundation

Presentations

Scientific

2013 – Green Planet 400 million years of terrestrial floras (Leiden): Plant mesofossil based environmental reconstruction of the vicinity of Iharkút (the Bakony Mts. Hungary). Bodor Emese Réka, Rákosi László, Baranyi Viktória, Barbacka Maria
2013 – Őslénytani Vándorgyűlés: The flora of the Mecsek Coal Formation according to the results of the Europian Jurassic localities. Emese Réka Bodor, Maria Barbacka, Jadwiga Ziaja, Frederick Thévenard, Mihai E. Popa
2012 – Hungarian Paleontological Conference: The taxonomical classification of the Padragkutia seed genus. (in Hung.)
2011 – Hungarian Paleontological Conference: Mesofloral comparison of the Ajka Coal Formation and the Csehbánya Formation. (in Hung.)
2011 – 8th Romanian Symposium on Paleontology: Plant mesofossils of the Upper Cretaceous Iharkút vertebrate fossil site (Bakony Mts., Hungary).
2010 – Hungarian Paleontological Conference: Plant meso and micro fossils with Normapolles affinity from Iharkút vertebrate fossil site. Viktória Baranyi & Emese Réka Bodor. (in Hung.)
2010 – 8th European Palaeobotany-Palynology Conference (Budapest): Preliminary results on plant micro- and mesofossils from Iharkút vertebrate fossil site (Bakony Mts., Hungary) Bodor Emese & Baranyi Viktória.
2009- Hungarian Conference of Student Scientists: Stratigraphical role and taxonomical questions of plant meso- and microfossils, special example: Iharkút locallity of Csehbánya Formation. Emese Réka Bodor & Viktória Baranyi. (in Hung.)
2009 – Meeting of Young Geoscientists: Importance of the first Hungarian occurrence of the Spirellea genus.
2009 – Hungarian Paleontological Conference: Dominant plant mesofossil species from the Iharkút locality of the Upper Santonian Csehbánya Formation. (in Hung.)
2009 – 10th Anniversary Conference of the Czech, Polish and Slovak Paleontologists,(Banska Bistryca) Spirellea seeds from the Iharkút locality (Upper Santonian, Hungary) and their classification based on type material (Upper Cretaceous, Czech Republic). Emese Réka Bodor & Váchova Zuzana
2007- Hungarian Conference of Student Scientists: Revision of taxonomical marks, specific examples: Cladophlebis and Todites genera. (in Hung.)
2006- VII. European Paleobotany- Palynology Conference (Prága): The genera Cladophlebis and Todies: Some doubthful taxonomical aspects.
2005- Hungarian Conference of Student Scientists: Liassic ferns from Mecsek Mts (Cladophlebis, Todites genera), as the indicator of palaeoecology.. (in Hung.)

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