persoana necunoscutaDr. Dorina Camelia ILIEŞ
Associate Professor


Departament of Geography, Tourism and Territorial Planning, Faculty of Geography, Tourism and Sport, University of Oradea, Universitatii Street, no 1, 410 086, Oradea, Bihor



Research Interest

Geosites. Geomorphosites. Tourism-Geotourism.

  • geosites-geomorphosites research;
  • geosites mapping; geo-tourist environmental maps;
  • natural heritage planning and management for tourism

Methods and technics in geomorphology

  • calitative and qualtitative analyses, geosites-geomorphosites investigation for better valorization for tourismgeomorphological carthography; geosites-geomorphosites mapping

Education Geomorphology

  • couses on General Geology for geographers, Natural heritage management and planning


Reserach Projects (2005-2012)

  • Grant AT CNCSIS cod 15/2004-2005 “Geomorphosites from Apuseni Mountains and its conservation” – director;
  • Grant CNCSIS, PN II IDEI, Cod CNCSIS 667/2008, Contract no. 997/19.01.2009-2011 “Ecological and landscape reintegration of antropic relief generated by the minning activities from Apuseni Mountains and valorification proposals” – director;
  • Project “MULTICULTURAL REGIONS, NATIONAL HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES IN ROMANIAN AND SLOVENIAN SOCIETY”, within “Capacităţi” programme, Modul III, PN II, bilateral project Romania–Slovenia, financed by ANCS, 2009-2010 – director;
  • Project HURO-CBC 0901/091/2.3.1 “JOINT DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATED PROMOTION OF THE RURAL THEMATIC TOURISMIN THE BIHOR-HAJDU-BIHAR EUROREGION” in partnership with University of Debrecen, Hungary 2011-2012 – director.

Publications (selective)


  • co-autor, (2004), Hazardele şi riscurile naturale şi antropice din Bazinul Barcăului/Natural and anthropic hazards from Barcau Basin, 2003, Editura Universităţii din Oradea;
  • co-autor, (2006/2007), Atlasul Zonei Metropolitane Oradea /The atlas of built area of Oradea (trilingv), Editura Treira, Oradea;
  • Ilies, Dorina, Editura Universitatii din Oradea/University of Oradea Press, 246 p., ISBN 978-973-759-847-9;
  • Ilieş, Dorina Camelia, Josan N., 2009, Geosituri si geopeisaje, Editura Universităţii din Oradea/University of Oradea Press, 246 p., ISBN 978-973-759-847-9;
  • Coord. Ilies Al. (2011), Crisana – Maramures Atlas Geoturistic, Editura Universităţii din Oradea, 210 pag ISBN (in print);
  • Coord Ilies Gabriela, 17 autori, 2010, Modele ale specificitatii regionale, suport pentru strategiile de valorificare turistica a satelor traditionale, Ed. Presa Universitara Clujeana, 225 p., ISBN 978-973-595-190-0 (in print).
  • Ilieş, Dorina, Camelia, 2012, Tourism Planning and Management for Natural Heritage, University of Gdansk, Institute of Geography-Editura Bernardinum, Gdansk-Pelplin, Poland, ISBN 978-83-7823-128-8 (in print);


  • co-author, 2004, “Riserva Naturale Regionale delle Salse di Nirano”: Carta Turistico- Ambientale. Comune di Fiorano-Assessorato Ambiente, Eliofototecnica Barbieri, Parma, Italia
  • co-author, 2005, “Carta Turistico-Ambientale dell`Alta Valle delle Tagliole”: Eliofototecnica Barbieri, Parma, Italia


  • co-author, (2003), “Active and capable faults” in “Routledge Encyclopedia of Geomorphology”, edited by Goudie A., School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, Oxford, ISBN 0415 27298 X.
  • Ilies A., Ilies Dorina, Tatar C., Josan Ioana, Blaga L. (2008), “Identity and Local Tourist Sustainability in the Arieseni Resort”, Alba County, Romania 2008, in vol. “Conditions of the Foreign Tourism Development in Central and Eastern Europe”, NR.10, Wroclaw, Poland, pag 51-60.
  • Ilieş A., Wendt J., Ilieş Dorina, Grama V., (2010), Structures and typology of the Romanian borderland, in Region and Regionalism, Lodz-Opole, Poland, pag. 79-88.
  • Ilies A., Ilieş Dorina Camelia, Tătar Corina, Ilieş, M. (2012), Geography of tourism of Romania, 277-315 pp, in Geography of Tourism of Central and Eastern Europe Countries, Eds. Wyrzykowski J., Widawski, K., University of Wroklaw, Institute of Geography and Regiobnal Developemnt, Drukarnia Leyko, Krakow, ISBN 978-83-62673-22-3, 519 p