Matthias Herein

PhD student
















I. Personal data

Name: Matthias Herein
Place & date of birth: Budapest, 09-02-1984
Marital status: married
E-mail: hereinm@gmail.com
Website: http://geophysics.elte.hu

II. Professional experience

2007-2008. Assistant lecturer, Dept. of Geophysics, Institute of Geography & Earth Sciences
Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary


III. Studies and degrees

2008.- PhD program in geology & geophysics, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest
2002-2007. ELTE University, Faculty of Science, Department of Geophysics, Budapest, Grade of Diploma: MSc (Excellent) Geophysicist
2002. High-school graduation: excellent.
1996-2002. High-School: Városmajori Gimnázium, Budapest


IV. Language skill

Language exam in German advanced level
Language exam in German intermediate level
Intermediate English skill


V. Research activity

2008.- Participating in the OTKA (The Hungarian Scientific Research Fund, K-72665) project: Numerical modelling of the dynamism and surface attributes of mantle convection. University ELTE, Faculty of Science, Department of Geophysics, Budapest
2007. Participating in the program of József Öveges (National office of research and technology project): Finite element numerical modeling in geophysics. University ELTE, Faculty of Science, Department of Geophysics, Budapest


VI. Courses

2008.-2009. Geophysics I., Applied geophysics , Geophysical laboratory
2007-2008. Geophysics I-II., Geophysical laboratory


VII. Awards

2008. 39th Meeting of Young Geoscientists, 1st prize.
2006. 37th Meeting of Young Geoscientists, Special price of the Hungarian Geodetic and Geophysical Research Institute (GGRI), together with Mihály Pethe and Edit Ferencz.


VIII. Publications


HEREIN M., GALSA A., LENKEY L., SÜLE B. 2008. The effect of different 2D geometries on the numerical models of thermal convection in the Earth’s mantle. Hungarian Geophysics, 49/2. Budapest.

PETROVSZKI J., LENKEY L., LIPOVICS T., PETHE M., FERENCZ E., HEREIN M. 2008. Magnetic surveying for archeological prospection in Porolissum. Hungarian Geophysics, 49/2, 88-95. Budapest.

GALSA A., LENKEY L., SÜLE B., HEREIN M. 2008. On the convection in the Earth’s mantle. Hungarian Geophysics, 49/2, 75-87. Budapest.


Conference abstracts:

extrusion tectonics revisited. Collision and Extension in the Alpine-Carpathian-Pannonian System Workshop, Abstract book p. 4. Siófok, Lake Balaton.

LIPOVICS T., PETHE M., HEREIN M., FERENCZ E., BAJUSZ I. 2005. Geomagnetic measurements in Porolissum. Conference abstract. Transylvania Csíkszereda.


Link (animation): Numerical model of thermal mantle convection (cylindrical-shell domain, Ra=1E6, in homogenous and isoviscous case)