Born: 11.4. 1958, Prague, Czechoslovakia
Work address: Institute of Geophysics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Boční II/1401, 141 31 Prague 4, Czech Republic
1979-1985 MSc: Faculty of Science, Charles University, major: Geology
1986 RNDr. in geology, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Prague
1986-1987 1 year course in sedimentary geology, Institute of Geology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
1989-1992 postgraduate study, Czech Geological Survey, Prague
1993-1998 PhD study at Dept. of Petrology, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Prague; supervisor: Jiří Pešek, co-supervisor David Uličný; PhD thesis: Controls on depositional architecture of fluvial deposits, south-western margin of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin
1994 Imperial Colledge, London, UK (two months study stay, field courses in structural and sedimentary geology)
1988 engineer geologist, Projektový ústav ČSVD
1996 - present researcher, Geophysical Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Focus of current research:
Clastic sequence stratigraphy
Evolution of sedimentary basins
Charles University: 1993-1995 Sedimentary Petrology (labs, field trips)
AAPG (American Association of Petroleum Geologists), student member, 1994-96
IAS (International Association of Sedimentologists)
Research grants awarded in previous years:
1994 GAČR - 205/94/1744 (3 years): "Global and regional controls on relative sea-level change and palaeoenvironments, Bohemian Cretaceous Basin". Principal Investigator: D. Uličný, co-investigators: S. Čech, M. Svobodová, L. Špičáková
1994 MŠMT ČR - PV 403/1994/VŠAV (1 year): "Sedimentary environment and depositional dynamics of fluvial deposits, Bohemian Cretaceous Basin". Investigators: Špičáková, L., Svobodová M.
1997 GA AVČR - A3012705/1997 (3 years): "Evolution of the Cheb Basin: Neogene tectonics and basin fill". Principal Investigator: L. Špičáková (AVČR), co-investigators: D. Uličný (PřF UK), G. Koudelková (KEMAT, s.p., Skalná)
2001 GAČR - 205/01/0629 (3 years): "Controls on basin-fill architecture in intracontinental extensional and strike-slipe basins: examples from the Cretaceous and Neogene, Bohemian Massif". Principal Investigator: D. Uličný (AVČR), co-investigator: L. Špičáková (AVČR)
2006-2008 GAČR GA205/06/1823: Record of tectonic processes and sea-level change during inception of an intracontinental basin: Cenomanian of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin. Principal Investigator: L. Špičáková (GFU)
Workshops and conferences co-organization:
D. Uličný & L. Špičáková : Sequence stratigraphy: a field exercise in basics. 2-day field course, MND-International E&P, September 21-22, 2006.
D. Waltham, D. Bosence, G. Nichols (Royal Holloway, University of London, UK), & D.Uličný: Computer modelling of stratigraphy and sedimentary processes. IAS Short Course, October 24-27, 2000, Prague.
5th Meeting of the Czech Tectonic Studies Group, Bublava - Krušné hory, Czech Republic, April 12-15, 2000.
G.Plint (University of Western Ontario, Canada) & D.Uličný : Clastic Sequence Stratigraphy: A Tool in Basin Analysis. IAS Short Course, May 22-27, 1999, Prague.
Sedimentary Geology in Czech Republic, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic , 23. a 24. January 1996.
Supervision of PhD projects:
L. Caracciolo: Composizione, Provenienza e Diagenesi delle Areniti della Formazione di Peruc-Korycany (Cenomaniano), bacino Cretaceo Boemo, Repubblica Ceca. Tesi di laurea, Universita degli studi della Calabria. (Co-supervision; principal supervisor S. Critelli). – defended 2005
2007 AAPG Award of Excellence for a “Top Ten Poster Presentation”: Uličný D., Špičáková L., Laurin J., Grygar R., Čech S., 2007: Clues to Evolution of an Intracontinental, Transtensional Basin System: Clastic Sequence Geometries in the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin, Central Europe. In: Abstracts, 2007 AAPG Annual Meeting and Exhibition, April 1-4, 2007, Long Beach.
1997 Award of the Czech Tectonic Studies Group, “Best Czech geoscience paper by a young author in 1997” for the paper by Uličný, D. and Špičáková, L. 1996. Response to high-frequency sea-level change in a fluvial to estuarine succession: Cenomanian paleovalley fill, Bohemian Cretaceous Basin. In: J. A. Howell and J. F. Aitken.(eds.): High-resolution Sequence Stratigraphy: Innovations and Applications. Geological Society Special Publication 104, 247-268. The Geological Society, London.