Silvana Beltrán, M.Sc.

Office: Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/C,

Hungary 1117

Phone: (36-1) 372 2500 ext. 8340 

E-mail: and

Research Interests: Radon in the Environment


Current position:

Former positions:


  • Hungarian Geological Society (2015-);
  • European Association of Geochemistry (2015-);
  • Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences (2015-);

Scholarships, grants:

  • Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship for PhD studies in Environmental Sciences at Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary (2015-2018);
  • 7-days trainee grant from the European Cooperation in Science and Technology COST Action TU1301 for supporting the participation in Concrete and Radiological Aspects, Doctoral Course August 12-17, 2016, Lyngby, Denmark;

Workshops and short courses:

  • American Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development. Workshops Natura Foundation, Quito, Ecuador, October 2008;
  • Environmental and Oil Industry workshops. Ministry of Environment / Petroindustrial, Quito, Ecuador, May 2010;
  • New Technologies in Chemical Analyses short course. National Polytechnic School, Quito, Ecuador, June 2011;
  • Process Simulation with HYSYS 3.2 short course. National Polytechnic School, Quito, Ecuador, January 2012;
  • Concrete and Radiological Aspects, Doctoral Course. Technical University of Denmark, European Cooperation in Science and Technology, International Union of Laboratories and Experts in Construction Materials Systems and Structures RILEM, NORM for Building. Lyngby, Denmark, August 2016;
  • 13th International Workshop on the Geological Aspects of Radon Risk Mapping. Czech Technical university, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering. Prague, Czech Republic, September 2016;

Work experiences:

  • St Water Treatment Engineer at Water Treatment Corporation – CETAGUA; 01 May 2012 – 31 January 2013;
  • Drilling Fluids Specialist at Schlumberger- MI Swaco Driling Fluids; 01 Februaty 2013 – 31 August 2015;



  • Beltrán, S. (2013) Gold ore cyanidation and adsorption of gold and silver with immobilized activated carbon (in Spanish). M.Sc, Thesis, Department of Extractive Metallurgy, National Polytechnic School, Quito (Ecuador).
  • Beltrán, S. (2014) ‘Drill Beads Technology’ applied in a high deviated well in Palo Azul Norte Ecuador oilfield, (internal project for Schlumberger).


Beltrán, S., Szabó K.Z., Jordan, G. & Szabó, Cs. Detailed spatial analysis of ambient gamma dose equivalent rate of a granitic area, Velence Mountains, Hungary. 13th International Workshop of Geological Aspects of Radon Risk Mapping. September 12-17, 2016; Abstracts, page 236.

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