Geophysics, Applied Geophysics
Elena Kozlovskaya (female) is professor in applied geophysics at the Oulu Mining School responsible for planning education in geophysics and for supervision of MSc and PhD students in geophysics at OMS. Her research interests include applied geophysics, seismology (active and passive source seismic experiments), numerical modelling, geophysical inverse problems with stress upon joint inversion of multiple geophysical datasets (e.g. seismic and gravity data, seismic and electromagnetic data).
Major research projects:
Impact of extreme weather events in the Arctic on technological system, critical facilities and urban environment (https://www.oulu.fi/university/node/49132)
Strategic research project of the Kvantum Institute leaded by OMS
INFACT- Innovative, Non-Invasive and Fully Acceptable Exploration Technologies (https://www.infactproject.eu)
The project is funded by the EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, OMS is participant.
FLEX-EPOS: Flexible instrument network for enhanced geophysical observations and multi-disciplinary research
RI cosortium funded by the Academy of Finland, OMS is participant.
FIN-90014 University of Oulu