b'Presenter biographiesAEGC 2023Environments (DARE) ARC Training Centre and the Centre forNSW for four years as a geophysicist. Sam is responsible for the Exploration Targeting at UWA. She completed her BSc inmanagement and curation of all geophysical data within NSW, geophysics and MSc in applied geophysics at the University ofand the creation of high-resolution state-wide and regional Braslia, Brazil. She also worked as a geophysicist consultant forproducts.several organisations in Brazil. Maria began her PhD with DARE in December 2021. Mr Kane Maxwell kane.maxwell@outlook.com Kane is currently Director and Principal consultant of Matrix Geoscience, a Mr Jarrad Luce jarrad.luce@fqml.com Jarrad Luce works forgeoscience and data analytics consultancy that specialises in global base metals miner, First Quantum Minerals Ltd, asexploration, resource estimation, and database management. Exploration Geophysicist in the Global Generative team basedKane has a passion for investigating the use of innovative out of Perth, Western Australia. Since joining the company intechnologies within the exploration and mining sector. In 2018 he has worked on a variety of deposit styles includingaddition to his extensive experience in geology and resource orthomagmatic nickel, sediment hosted copper and porphyryestimation, he also has a background in machine learning and copper. Currently he devotes the majority of his time to thedata science.pursuit of a world class copper nickel deposit in the Central Lapland Greenstone Belt, Finland. Prof Brent McInnes b.mcinnes@curtin.edu.au Brent McInnes isa Professor of Economic Geology and Geochemistry and Dr Richard Lynch richard.lynch@sisprobe.com Richard has 20Executive Director of the John de Laeter Centre at Curtin years experience in the global mining industry focused on allUniversity.aspects of mine microseismic monitoring. From 2011-2017, he was CEO of IMS, a leading mine seismology company. Richard isMs Katherine McKenna katherine.mckenna@bhp.com currently a BDM of Sisprobe, a French company that is the worldKatherine is Principal Geophysicist at BHP in Perth, with over 30 leader in ambient noise passive seismic imaging andyears experience in mineral exploration, oil and gas exploration monitoring. Richard has a PhD in theoretical physics from Witsand applied geophysics. She started her career in mineral university in South Africa. He currently lives in Hobart, Australia. exploration in Australia and New Zealand and then moved into airborne and ground geophysical acquisition, processing and Prof James Macnae james.macnae@rmit.edu.au interpretation for mineral exploration companies, governments Mrs Jyoti Malik jyoti.malik@geosoftware.com Jyoti graduatedand oil and gas explorers. She has worked throughout Asia, with MTech (Applied Geophysics) from Kurukshetra University,Africa, Europe and Middle East. Katherines experience is in the India. Jyoti has nine plus years of experience working as a QIuse and integration of geophysical methods to enhance and Geophysicist. She has worked in QI domain on wide range ofimprove geological knowledge under cover. In her present role basins in India, Australia and Pakistan. Her core expertise lies inat BHP, she is responsible for the use of geophysics for the multi-disciplinary data integration using deterministic andAustralasia metal exploration and generative groups. In 2021, geostatistical inversion for reservoir evaluation and assessment.she was awarded the ASEG 50th Anniversary Special Award for Jyoti has experience teaching reservoir geophysics in publicexceptional and highly distinguished contributions to the workshops, tailor-made programmes for various E&P companiesASEG, the profession and the broader community by a and in CGG University. She has experience in project evaluation,member, resulting in wide recognition across the geoscience especially for geostatistical inversion technology and is the focalcommunity. Katherine holds a MBA from Curtin University, a point for the advanced reservoir characterisation within Far EastBSc in geology and geophysics from Macquarie University and region. a BA in Classical Languages and Ancient History from University of New England.Dr Partha Pratim Mandal ppm@qeye-labs.com Partha Pratim Mandal is a senior consultant at Qeye. Previously he worked forDr Mark McLean Mark.A.McLean@ecodev.vic.gov.au Mark six years as Imaging Geophysicist at PGS both in India andcompleted Arts/Science and Masters of Science degrees at Australia. He received his PhD degree from WASM, CurtinMonash University and then completed a PhD at The University University. His research focuses on rock-physics modelling andof Melbourne in 2008, which involved acquisition, interpretation geomechanical characterisation of unconventional shaleand modelling of an airborne geophysical survey over the reservoirs. Lambert Rift region in East Antarctica. Since then, Mark has worked at the Geological Survey of Victoria building regional 3D Mr Alessandro Mannini alessandro.mannini@beachenergy.com. framework and rock property models using geological and au Alessandro is a geoscientist and technical leader with25geophysical datasets. Marks time is now split between the GSV, years industry experience, in both exploration andand The University of Melbourne where he lectures in applied production disciplines, within a variety of geological settingsgeophysics.in Australia, Italy, Malaysia, North Sea, Golf of Mexico, West and North Africa. He has worked on both operated and non- Dr John McLellan john@gmex.com.au John McLellan is operated assets, as well as within integrated study teams, in equitycurrently the Managing Director and Principal Consultant at determination, new ventures and business development. GMEX. Johns specialties are in structural geology and geomechanics, where he focuses on assisting mining and Mr Tony Marsh t.marsh@hiseis.com exploration companies in target delineation. John was a Senior Mr Simon Marshall simon.marshall@newmont.com Simon is aResearch Fellow within the Economic Geology Research Unit, passionate explorer and Chief Geochemist at Newmont. James Cook University for several years and he now maintains an Adjunct position within the School where he continues to Dr Sam Matthews samuel.matthews@regional.nsw.gov.aulecture Advanced Techniques in Exploration. He has vast Sam completed his PhD at Macquarie University in 2018,experience in many different geological environments and studying novel geophysical applications for monitoring CO 2 mineral systems and he has published more than 50 peer-sequestration. He has since worked at the Geological Survey ofreviewed articles and numerous government and industry FEBRUARY 2023 PREVIEW 164'