• Øster Voldgade 10
    1350 Copenhagen K

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Curriculum vitae

Scientific interests

Groundwater-surface water interactions – flow and geogenic contaminants transport.

Redox processes in groundwater – mobilization/fate of arsenic, phosphor and radionuclides.

Paleohydrogeology – changes in water chemistry related to aquifers evolution and climate change.

Modeling of processes in the deep subsurface – geothermal plants, CO2 and nuclear waste storage.

Numerical modelling – geology, flow, chemistry.


2015                 PhD in Geology-Geoscience, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2009                 M.Sc. in Hydrogeology, University of Silesia, Poland

Professional academic experience

2022 –              Senior Researcher; Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Denmark 

2017 – 2022     Researcher; Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Denmark

2014 – 2017     Post-doc; Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Denmark

2011 – 2014     PhD student; University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2010 – 2011     Scientific assistant; University of Silesia, Poland

Selected projects

2021 –               WP leader; Indo-Danish Strategic Sector Cooperation; Task: groundwater quality assessment in the aquifer influenced by overexploitation and saltwater intrusion.

2021 –               Specialist; CO2 underground storage – ConsenCUS, Greensand; Task: hydrogeochemical modelling of influence of impurities in CO2 streams on reservoirs.

2019 –               WP leader; Groundwater monitoring – GRUMO; Tasks: extraction and quality assurance of hydrogeochemical data, reporting of trace elements in groundwater at the national scale.

2019 –               Specialist; Subsurface storage of radioactive waste in Denmark – Slutdepot; Tasks: safety assessment, modeling of transport of radionuclides in various geological settings.  

2019                  WP leader; Hydrochemical processes in Danish geothermal plants – GEOTHERM; Task: hydrogeochemical modeling and assessment of the risk of scaling and corrosion in the geothermal plants.

2015 – 2019      WP leader; High phosphorus concentrations in Danish groundwater – HighPhos; Task: paleohydrogeological modelling of past nutrient loading into an eutrophic lake.

2014 – 2018      WP leader; Predicting arsenic in groundwater of SE Asia – PREAS; Tasks: field work – planning and executing, transient geology, flow and arsenic transport modeling, prediction of arsenic distribution in groundwater.

2011 – 2014      PhD project; Centre for lakes restoration – CLEAR; Tasks: understanding of hydrogeochemical processes responsible for geogenic phosphorus mobilization in aquifer by field work and modeling.

2010 – 2011      Co-PI; Integrated system for management of the Goczalkowice drinking water reservoir – ZiZoZap; Task: assessment of nutrient loading into the major drinking water reservoir in Poland.

2007                  PI; Mesozoic crinoids of Poland; Task: description of fossils.

External stays

2014 – 2018     University of Mining and Geology, Hanoi, Vietnam (4 visits, 6 months in total)

2013 – 2014     University of Waterloo, Ecohydrology Group, Waterloo, Canada (4 months)

Scientific community functions

Editor: GEUS Bulletin

Reviewer: Water Resour. Res., J. Hydrol., J. Great Lakes Res., Appl. Geochem., J. Environ. Qual.

Grant applications reviewer: Swiss National Science Foundation

Co-supervisor: 1 PhD student, 13 master students, 1 bachelor student

Teaching assistant/teacher/examiner: 6 courses

Programme Area

  • Programme Area 2: Water Resources
  • Programme Area 3: Energy Resources
  • Programme Area 5: Nature and Climate


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