László  Balázs

email: balazslaszlo@caesar.elte.hu, balazslaszlo@windowslive.com

tel:      06-20-3165240



M.Sc. Geophysiscs (1985)

                                   Loránd Eötvös University of Budapest



Ph.D. Geophysics  (2010)

                                   Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest

                                   Summa cum laude

(Theoretical modelling of DC electric tool field in inhomogenious media)


Languages:                english, russian



Previous jobs:

1985 – 1991    Hungarian Hydrocarbon Institute

                                   Geophysical Department

                                   petrophysicist and tool and software development


            1991 – 2008    Technical University of Budapest

                                   Institute of Nuclear Techniques

                                   Reactorphysical Department

                                   research fellow



2007                Theoretical publication of the year (Association of Hungarian Geophysicists)


membership:               Association of Hungarian Geophysicists



Fields of interest:


Theoretical modelling of electric tools

            modelling of extended electrode system

            modelling of tool measurement in inhomogenious media

Theoretical modelling of nuclear tools

            Neutron tool  modelling (Monte-Carlo and P1 approximation)

        Gamma szondák modellezése  (Monte-Carlo)

                                   Modelling of cone penetration tool

Tool response chartbook for hungarian sondes applied in hydrocarbon industry.

                                   Interpretation Software development.

                                   Data processing problem of borehole geophysics.

                                   Problems of Inversion

Petrophysical interpretation of well logs (on 18 different oil and gas fields)



Development of Radioactive noble gas emission detection system for NPP Paks  (System and software planning)


Development of prymary to secondary leak detection system based on N-16 isotope measurement. (NPP Paks)

                                   (software and system, transittime and efficiency calculations)


Analysis of primary to secondary leak measurements in PWR type NPP.


Modelling of radiactive corrosion products accumulation  in PWR primary circuit.


Multivariate analysis of neutron activation archeometric data.     (Qumran, Aquincum)


Education - lectures:    




Hydrocarbon exploration

ELTE BSc geophysics

2008 -

Well logging interpretation

ELTE MSc geophysics


Numerical methods in earth sciences

ELTE MSc geophysics


Numerical methods

ELTE BSc. geophysics

2008 -

Geoelectrical methods - practice


2010 -

Borehole geophysiscs practice

ELTE IV. geophysics


Borehole geophysics

ELTE MSc geophysics

2100 -


ELTE MSc geophysics

2009 -

Geophysics – practice

ELTE III. geology


Introduction of Eart physics

ELTE BSc. Environment. sci.


Well logging

ELTE Geology


Nuclear physiscs - laboratory

ELTE III. physiscs


Nuclear physics - laboratory

TUB III. physiscs ing.


Special laboratory (reaktorphysics)

TUB IV. physiscs ing.


 laboratory practice (neutrongas physisc and reactorphysics)

ELTE IV. physics

2000, 2001

Nuclear physics


TUB II. physics ing.


Processing of measured data II.

TUB IV. physics ing.


Applied mathematics


TUB  postgrad. for reactor physicist



2006, 2007

Nuclear measurements - laboratory

TUB  postgrad. for reactor physicists


Nuclear physics-reactorphysics  laboratory

JATE III physics


Nuclear physics-reactorphysics  laboratory


1998, 1999

Laboratory of physics

ELTE III. teachers (physiscs)

1998,1999,2000, 2001,2004,2005,


Laboratory of physics

BSc ing (Paks)

2000, 2001

Laboratory of reactorphysics

TU of Bratislava

1999, 2000, 2001

Computer science

ELTE Course


Laboratory practice in reactor physics

ENEN Wigner course


Processin of Measurement I.


TUB III. physicists

1999, 2000

Modern methods of nuclear technics

TUB IV physicists








Balázs, L., 2012: „The Geometrical Background of Inversion”,Acta Geodaetica et Geophysica, Vol. 47., 141-148


Balázs, L., 2005: “Modelling of cone penetration electric tool field” ,Geophysical Transactions

VOL. 45, 19 - 36


Balázs, L. 2008:“Modeling and examination of the penetration neutron sonde behavior in various logging environment by Monte-Carlo method and diffusion approximation.”. Geophysical Transaction,  Vol. 45., 135-156


Balázs, L., 2007: „Analytic approximation of Green-function of well logging electric direct problem for the case of continuous radial resistivity profile”,Acta Geodaetica et Geophysica,

Vol. 42., 309-322


Balázs, L., 2008: The effect of radial resistivity profile for DC electric log inversion, Conference of Inversion, Miskolc


Balázs, L., 1987: Modelling of extended electrode laterolog

Electric well logging method Seminar

Siófok  667-672




Multivariate analysis of NAA data


Balla, M., Zsidi, P., Balázs, L., 1999:„Spread of Mortaria Types in Municipium Aquincum”

Journal of Archeoloical Science,. No. 26., 997 - 1001


Humbert, J. B., Gunneweg, J. 2003:„Khirbet Qumrân and ’Ain Feshkha”

Studies of Anthropology, Physics and Chemistry, Academic Press Fribourg, ISBN 3-7278-1452-7

PART II. Chapter 1: Balázs, L.: „ Archeological Data Analysis”  55-59


Jarem, E.,Balla, M., Balázs, L. 1998: „Early Celtic Stamped Pottery in the Eastern Alpine Area”,

Workshop Activation Analysis in Arceometrical  Research , 82-93





Applied Reactorphysics


Vajda, N., Bódizs, D., Molnár, Zs.,Balázs, L.,Gyurkócza, Cs., 2000:„Leakage monitoring techniques in Paks NPP”,Science and Technology in Hungary,  80 - 84


Balázs, L., Gyurkócza, Cs., 2000: „Prymary to secondary leakage monitor for VVER 440/213 steam generator based on 16N detection.”,Gépészet 2000 Konferencia, Budapest,


Balázs, L.,Gyurkócza, Cs., Szatmáry, Z., 1997 :„Handling Large primary to secondary leakage resulting from steam generator collector failure” , PHARE project report


Balázs, L., Fehér, S., Szatmáry, Z., Gyurkócza, Cs., 1994:„N-16 measuring system for leak detection”, VVER conference ,Sofia.