Research Scientist in Potential Field Imaging
I am a geophysicist with a keen interest in innovation and new technology development with application to mineral and oil & gas exploration. Along with my academic qualifications, I have industry experience in the acquisition, processing and interpretation of potential field data. This experience includes working on several exploration projects in Australia, along with experience working internationally. I have been involved in the development of methods and workflows for edge enhancement, quantitative interpretation and 2D and 3D modelling of magnetic and gravity data (click here).
- Exceptional knowledge of methods and workflows for potential field data processing and interpretation, developed in industry and academia
- Industry experience in survey design, acquisition QA/QC and processing of airborne magnetic, gravity and gravity gradiometry data
- Experienced user of various geophysical and geological software packages
- Participated in resource hackathons and online challenges, collaborating with non-industry professionals
May 2017 – present
Postdoctoral research fellow: CSIRO Deep Earth Imaging Future Science Platform
2015 – 2017
Processing geophysicist: CGG Multi-Physics
Project geophysicist: BMGS Perth
PhD (Geophysics) University of Western Australia (2016)
Grd. Eng. Geophys (MSc Equivalent) University of Belgrade Serbia (2011)
Gavin L, Hoskin T, Witten B, Deeks J, Kamei R, Markov J and Shragge, J (2014). Geophysical Remote Sensing of Historical Aboriginal Gravesites in South-western Western Australia, The Leading Edge, Special Issue on Humanitarian Geophysics, vol. 33, no. 2.
Markov J, Aitken A, Dentith M, Jessell M and Miller J (2014). Gravity and Magnetic Investigation of 3D Basement Structure within Siguiri Basin (Guinea, West Africa): Implications for gold deposit distribution. Poster presentation at the Society of Economic Geologist annual meeting at Keystone, Colorado, 27th September – 30th September 2014
Markov J and Dentith M (2013). An assessment of the performance of derivative based data enhancement techniques in the presence of coherent noise. Presented at the SAGA 13th biennial conference, 6-9 October 2013, Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga, South Africa.
Markov J and Dentith M (2013). An assessment of the performance of derivative based data enhancement techniques in the presence of coherent noise. Presented at the 23rd ASEG- PESA International Geophysical Conference and Exhibition, 11-14 August 2013, Melbourne, Australia, ASEG Extended Abstracts 2013, 1-3, doi:10.1071/ASEG2013ab130