Department of Geophysical Imaging

Wojciech Gajek

PhD Student
+48(22)6915-622

 

Research interests:

Microseismicity, Seismic anisotropy and S-wave splitting, Cryoseismology

 

Peer-reviewed scientific papers:

  • Gajek, W., Trojanowski, J., Malinowski, M., 2017. Automating long-term glacier dynamics monitoring using single-station seismological observations and fuzzy logic classification: a case study from Spitsbergen, Journal of Glaciology, 63, 581-592
  • Gajek, W., Trojanowski, J., Malinowski, M., Jarosiński, M., Riedel, M., 2018. Results of the downhole microseismic monitoring at a pilot hydraulic fracturing site in Poland, part I: events location and stimulation performance, Interpretation, 6(3), SH39-SH48. doi.org/10.1190/INT-2017-0205.1
  • Gajek, W., Malinowski, M., Verdon, J., 2018. Results of the downhole microseismic monitoring at a pilot hydraulic fracturing site in Poland, part II: shear wave splitting analysis, Interpretation, 6(3), SH49-SH58. doi.org/10.1190/INT-2017-0207.1

 

Extended abstracts:

  • Gajek, W., Trojanowski, J., Malinowski, M., 2018, Downhole microseismic monitoring at a pilot hydraulic fracturing site in Poland, 7th EAGE Workshop on Passive Seismic
  • Gajek, W., Verdon, J., Malinowski, M., & Trojanowski, J., 2017, Imaging seismic anisotropy in a shale gas reservoir by combining microseismic and 3D surface reflection seismic data. 79th EAGE Conference and Exhibition – Workshops, Paris
  • Gajek, W., Trojanowski, J., Malinowski, M., 2016, Advantages of Probabilistic Approach to Microseismic Events Location - A Case Study from Northern Poland. 78th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2016, Extended Abstracts, Student Programme