PhD Candidate, advised by Dr. Jay Gregg
Teaching Associate: GEOL 1224
Graduate Student Representative
105 Noble Research Center
Current Research and Grant Projects
Geochemical and Crystal Structural Changes in Recrystallized Sedimentary Dolomites
Diagenetic History of Middle Triassic Shallow Marine–Peritidal Carbonates in SW Hungary
Hydrocarbon Migration in the Mecsek Mountains
Comparative Study of the Origin of Dolomites Formed in Various Tectono-Stratigraphic Units of Hungary (Hungarian Scientific Research Fund; Project K 124313; PI: Dr. János Haas)
Dolomitization and dolomite recrystallization
X-ray and neutron diffraction
MS – University of Szeged, Hungary
Gina Lukoczki is a full-time PhD student at the Boone Pickens School of Geology. Her research is focused on dolomitization and recrystallization processes of Middle Triassic shallow marine–peritidal deposits in southwestern Hungary. The aims of her study are to reconstruct the diagenetic history of these carbonate rocks, and to develop a generally applicable system of criteria for recognizing dolomite recrystallization in order to better understand dolomite-hosted hydrocarbon reservoirs worldwide.
Gina is the graduate student representative for the School of Geology and thus would be happy to hear about concerns, comments or ideas related to graduate student life in our department.