Aniko Toth

Aniko Toth

Prof. Aniko N. Toth is an internationally known expert on geothermal energy. A regularly featured speaker at the Stanford Geothermal Workshop over the past 9 years, she was also a 2011-2012 Fulbright Scholar at the Colorado School of Mines. She is currently leading several European Union projects to develop graduate-level degree programs in geothermal energy. Because of Prof. Toth’s extensive experience in geothermal heat recovery, primarily dealing with Hungarian direct-use applications, the Hungarian government asked her to conduct a comprehensive survey of the nation’s geothermal resources - the first of its kind in Hungary. Prof. Toth’s international reputation as a geothermal-energy researcher is such that she was selected to teach a summer course at the University of Colorado in 2014, 2015 and again in 2016. Prof. Toth’s research currently focuses on devising models to match various kinds of reservoir responses. These "inverse problems" seek the values of unknown reservoir parameters by inference rather than by direct measurement. Her specific interests are geothermal heat and flow transfer through porous materials, fractures, geothermal reservoirs, geothermal and CH wells, and geothermal surface facilities.

Affiliations and Expertise

Associate Professor of Petroleum Geology and Engineering,University of Miskolc, Hungary

Book

Authors: Aniko Toth & Elemer Bobok Release Date: 28 Oct 2016
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