Ivanka MITROVIC

ivanka.mitrovic@univie.ac.at

Raumnummer: 2B443
Tel.: +43-1-4277-53478
Fax: +43-1-4277-9534

Ivanka Mitrovic


Research Interests:

  • Neotectonic evidences in caves
  • (Micro)tectonics
  • Interplay between structural and metamorphic processes
  • Geochronology: various methods
  • Working with high resolution microscopes and microprobes
  • Deformation events at different scales
  • Speleology and speleogenesis 


Project:

SPELEOTECT: Active tectonics and recent dynamics of micro-displacements along major fault systems of the Eastern Alps registered in caves (FWF and Natural History Museum Vienna)


Education:


Master of Science in Geology (2010-2013) Earth Science, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia;
M.Sc. thesis title: Cretaceous evolution of the Breakenridge Complex within the southern Coast-Cascade orogen: Tectono-magmatic events reflecting the geodynamic setting of the North American Cordillera

Bachelor of Engineering in Geology (Honor’s) (2004-2009)  Department of Geology, Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Republic of Serbia;
Honor’s thesis title: Geological characteristics of Lazar's Canyon (Eastern Serbia)

Abstracts:

Mitrovic I., Plan L., Baron I., Grasemann B. (2014): Active displacements recorded along major fault systems in caves (Eastern Alps, Austria), EGU Vienna, Austria – poster

Mitrovic I., Gibson D., Thorkelson D., Marshall D. (2013): Evolution of the Coast Cascade orogen by tectonic thickening and magmatic loading: The Cretaceous Breakenridge complex, southwestern British Columbia, Canadian Tectonics Workshop, Victoria, BC Canada – oral presentation

Mitrovic I. Gibson D., Thorkelson D., Marshall D. (2013): Cretaceous evolution of the Breakenridge Complex within the southern Coast-Cascade orogen: Tectono-magmatic events reflecting the geodynamic setting of the North American Cordillera, GSA Denver, CO – oral presentation