My Interview with the EAGE about the Way of the Geophysicist

The European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) interviewed me. It appears in the 2015 edition of their student newsletter. My fellow students already asked me about it and now you can read it online! I enjoyed talking in the interview with Kirsten Brandt and I do hope more opportunities like this may arise. Interview: Blogging his way […]

I’m done! – Das Studium gilt als bestanden.

My last post has been a while, but for a good reason. Das Studium gilt als bestanden. Is German and means “You passed your studies”. So now I have all my paperwork gathered up and I’m officially a Master of Science in Geophysics   It took a bit of work and I’m especially proud to say […]

Promax 2D Multiple Reduction

I am at a point, I could use some help with the program Promax 2D from Landmark Corp. I have posted in a LinkedIn group and this way I hope I may get some signal boost for my question. Do you have some experience with the following? Help a fellow Masters student out? I am […]

The Showroom – Data for my thesis

I’m working on a field data set from the Mediterranean Sea. There are many intellectual reasons for working this data set. However, there are some motivate my inner child as well, let me explain. The Specs The data set was recorded by TGS and is of brilliant quality. Almost 8km (5mi) in offset over the […]

The end is near! – My Master Thesis

I just started the end of my journey in university. I registered my Master’s thesis. This feels like quite the step and I’m very proud I’ve come so far. Today I start the last chapter of my studies. In half a year's time I'll finish my Master's. Exciting times lie ahead. — Jesper Dramsch (@JesperDramsch) […]

A tale of uncommon valor – Gamify your habits!

Our hero Far away he heard the dragon roar. Eerie lights illuminated the dark room. The moon mixing in to the play of gloom and the soft light of the magic candles he had connected to spellcaster to greet him in the morrow. Time to begin a heroes work. There he was. His steady steed […]

52 things you should know about geology

How about a great book to read? People like to read in the most diverse situations. On the train, on a plane, when you take a couple of minutes off, or if you don’t have a working internet connection like me (it’s been over a month… I’m going crazy!). So finally I had the time […]

My internship with Schlumberger

Living in a different country always gives you a lot of opportunities, but also poses you in a rather uncomfortable position of being far far out of your comfort zone. My internship in London is exactly this way. Seismic imaging Courtesy of Western Geco This internship with Schlumberger was about seismic interpolation. Although my internship […]

Warum wird man Geophysiker?

Ich bin von ganzem Herzen Geophysiker. Doch da stellt sich die Frage: Warum liebe ich Geophysik so sehr?! Als kleiner Junge, war ich ein eher besonderes Kind. Ich spielte nicht im Sandkasten, ich erforschte die Lokale Kiesgrube. Zugegeben recht erfolgreich, da ich mit geologisch-geophysikalischen Themen beim Landeswettbewerb “Sch?ler experimentieren” regelm??ig Preise einheimste. Fr?h habe ich […]

Mein Praktikum in Oslo beginnt

Hi! Mein Name ist Jesper S?ren Dramsch aus Hamburg und ich studiere Geophysik auf Master. “Wo soll das nur hinf?hren?” Der Stein des Ansto?es zu diesem Blog findet sich darin, dass ich f?r zwei Monate nach Oslo gegangen bin um ein Praktikum bei Fugro Seismic Imaging AS zu machen. Letzten Montag habe ich dort angefangen […]