Vladislav Kaminski is a graduate of Lomonosov Moscow State University. After graduation in 2000 he moved to Canada, where he worked as a geophysicist at Fugro Airborne Surveys (currently CGG). In 2004 Vlad entered a Ph.D. program in geoscience at the University of Pittsburgh (USA), where he was at the same time employed at the US Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL DOE) as a research associate. Upon his graduation in 2008 with a Ph.D. degree, Vlad moved to Toronto to join Geotech, Ltd as a senior geophysicist. In late 2010 Vlad changed his affiliation to a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver), where he worked as a research associate at the Geophysical Inversion Facility (UBC-GIF) under supervision of Douglas Oldenburg. In 2014 Vlad has joined Aarhus Geophysics ApS, as a senior geophysicist, the position, which he holds up to date. In addition, Vlad is involved with consulting for mining clients internationally together with Promiseland Exploration, Ltd (Canada). Vlad has numerous scientific publications on geophysical inversion, especially in application to gold and kimberlite exploration.
Combining airborne (SkyTEM) and ground-based (Dias) geophysical methods for mineral exploration in northern Kazakhstan to find new gold deposit
In 2018 Aurora Minerals Group (Kazakhstan) conducted a mineral exploration program in northern Kazakhstan in collaboration with SkyTEM, ApS (Denmark), Dias geophysics (Canada) and Promiseland Exploration, Ltd, Canada. The program was aimed at discovering gold-bearing mineralization. SkyTEM airborne TDEM data collected in 2017 were interpreted together with ground DC/IP Dias data by Promiseland Exploration, Ltd. Based on interpretation resuts an extended drilling program was conducted, confirming potentially commercial gold mineralization.