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Joanna Przychodzen

M. Sc. in Geology, Department of Geosciences, Aarhus University (Denmark)

Work experience

Mar 2015Present

Field Worker

Rambøll Group A/S
Field worker-geophysicist, present responsible for acquisition of data with different geophysical methods, e.g. transient electromagnetic method(TEM40), Multielectrode Electrical Profiling(MEP) experience in use and monitoring of advanced geophysical equipment such as potassium magnetometer(K-mag) or ABEM Terrameter LS
Jun 2014Aug 2014

Summer Intern

DONG Energy
Summer intern, Stavanger(Norway) member of the Play-Based Exploration Team at the Exploration Department responsible for: gathering information from geological databases(e.g. TGS Facies Map Browser), visualisation and analysis of a wide range of geological and geophysical data for risk assessment purposes(with the use of ArcGIS, Player and Microsoft Excel) participated in play chance mapping and estimations of future discovery size additionally, performed interpretation of 3D seismic reflection data from the central parts of the North Sea(using Petrel 2013)
Feb 2012Nov 2013


Assistant in Mineral Separation
Assistant in Mineral Separation Laboratory, Aarhus University(Denmark) responsible for processing samples of different rock types and selecting mineral grains of apatite for Apatite Fission Track analysis hands-on experience with different mineral separation techniques, e.g. magnetic, density and gravity separation worked independently, under minimum supervision
Sep 2012Nov 2013

Field Assistant

Rambøll Group A/S
Field assistant, participated in different projects that required data acquisition with the use of the following geophysical methods: Continues Vertical Electrical Sounding(CVES/MEP) and Pulled Array Continuous Electrical Sounding(PACES) learned the data acquisition procedures and used advanced geophysical equipment Aug 2010 Member of a seismic data acquisition group, Aarhus University(Denmark) student assistant in a three-persons seismic team hands on experience in acquisition of 2D seismic land data 1of2




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