General Director, Gelios
Born in 1971 in the city of Irkutsk to a family of geologists. In 1989 finished the mathematics and physics school. In 2000 graduated the Irkutsk State Technical University with a master’s degree in “Geology and exploration of mineral resources” In 1995 started working in JSC "Irkutskgeofizika", from 2003 to 2011 he worked for the"Siberian Geophysical Research Development Company." Started work as a lecturer at the department of geological survey technology IRNITU in 2012 where he is still currently employed. Also currently employed in the Gelios.
The results of polymetal exploration in the North Kazakhstan region with using EMS-IP tecnology
Currently, more than 65% of world reserves of copper and about 60% of its world production, as well as more than 60% of molybdenum reserves and about 70% of its production occur in so-called copper-molybdenum porphyry deposits of hydatogenesis. These deposits are characterized by large accumulations of milling-grade ores, represented by systems of fine ore veinlets and small impregnations of sulfide ore minerals, among which chalcopyrite and molybdenite are widespread. The largest industrial deposits of this type are in Kazakhstan. The paper provides an assessment of the sensitivity of measured transients to changes in electrical resistivity and polarization, which makes it possible to separately determine the distribution of these parameters in the medium, as well as a comparison of the results of the inversion of pulsed electrical survey data with the geology of the area under study.