Des FitzGerald is the Chief Science Officer of Intrepid Geophysics (IG) (formerly Desmond Fitzgerald & Associates Pty Ltd). Des founded the company in 1978 as an independent consultancy specializing in the use of computer methods for mining and geophysics. He also co-founded MINDATA, (specialized Mining Research & Development Company) and
Rod has been with Intrepid since 2007. He is a multi-skilled geoscientist with 30 years’ experience in mining and exploring for tin, base metals, gold and heavy mineral sands. He holds a B.Sc in Geology and Geophysics and has proven analytical ability in the fields of geology, geochemistry, geophysics and
Dr Jeff Keetley is the CEO of Intrepid Geophysics Pty Ltd and has 20+ years of petroleum, mining, geothermal, CCS sector experience in basin, and permit scale integrated geology and geophysics projects. Jeff’s core interest is in the commercialisation of technology and has technical skills in structural interpretation of 2D/3D
Rainer Wackerle holds a Diploma (MSc. Equivalent) in Applied Geophysics from the Technical University of Berlin. He started his career at the “Büro für Geophysik” in 1990 performing environmental and engineering geophysical consulting in the area of Berlin and the former German Democratic Republic. This included waste disposal investigation, detection
Michael has a BSc(Hons) in Geophysics from the University of Melbourne, a Graduate Diploma in Computer Studies from Murdoch University (WA), and an MSc(IT) from the University of New South Wales. He began his career with Geoterrex Pty Ltd, in 1984, working on airborne EM, magnetic and radiometric projects. Mike
Riordan Byrne is a graduate in Applied Physics from RMIT, who came to work with Intrepid Geophysics after he studied and completed near-surface magnetics surveys in the pursuit of the archaeological rumor, The Mahogany Ship, under the guidance of Prof. James Macnae. Riordan now works as our Automation and Test
Simge has a BSc-BSe in Geophysical Engineering from the University of Dokuz Eylul in Turkey. Passionate in mining, petroleum and software industries innovation, digital transformation, and future technologies. In the past she actively focused on Quantitative Analysis & Reservoir geophysics and 3D seismic data processing, and has been involved in
Seda is a Geological Engineer and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Specialist. Seda has a BSc in Geological/Geophysical Engineering and has backgrounds in Environmental and Social Management Planning, Conservation, Management and Rehabilitation, Strategic Planning and Implementation, Data Management, Sample Scheduling, Analysis, and Interpretation and Reporting in Mining and Industrial settings.