Geotechnical | Geophysical | Geologist
Multicultural – Entrepreneur – Scientist
I hold two Master of Science degrees: Geotechnical Engineering at National University of Singapore and Geology at Novosibirsk State University, Russia. For the past 15 years, I have been living in seven different countries. It was a whirlwind of interesting people and experiences. My diverse background will be beneficial to tackle challenging projects from different perspectives. I am highly adaptable and resilient, with strong motivation to apply my innovative thinking to the projects of tomorrow.
Dr. Mikhail M. Buslov
Institute of Geology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch
MSc. Geotechnical Engineering
Final project: "Influence of ground improvement on wall deflection for deep excavation in soft soil"
Graduate Certificate in Geotechnical Engineering
Thesis: Integrated Geological Data of Devonian Structures: river valleys Gorny Altai.
Bilateral project – Novosibirsk, Russia
/ Gent, Belgium
Project: Pz-Mz thermo-tectonic evolution of magmatic and metamorphic rocks.
Geophysical Data Analyst
Wireline Field Engineer
Junior Researcher – Laboratory of Geodynamics and Magmatism
Gondwana Research – Vol. 20, 745-763
Lithosphere structure and geodynamics: Theses for Russian Youth Conference, Irkutsk: Institut of Earth’s crust - P.87
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences - Vol.23, P. 655-671
Russian Geology & Geophysics - Vol.44, No 1-2, P.49-71
Modern Problems of Geology: Theses for Conference, Moscow. Scientific World - P.157-158
Tectonics and Metallogeny of the Central and North-East Asia: Theses international conference. Novosibirsk, SBRAS "Geo" P.70-71
|Authors||Paper Title||Journal / Conference||Date|
|Johan De Grave, Stijn Glorie, Mikhail M. Buslov, Andrei Izmer, Alena Fournier-Carrie, Marlina Elburg, Vladislav Yu. Batalev, Frank Van Haeke, Peter Van den haute||The thermo-tectonic history of the Song-Kul Plateau, Kyrgyz Tien-Shan: Constraints by apatite and titanite thermochronometry and zircon U/Pb dating||Gondwana Research – Vol. 20, 745-763||April 2011|
|M. M. Buslov, T. Watanabe, Y. Fujiwara, I. Yu Safonova, N. N. Semakov and A. P. Kiryanova||Late Paleozoic faults of the Altai region, Central Asia: tectonic pattern and model of formation||Journal of Asian Earth Sciences - Vol.23, P. 655-671||September 2004|
|M. M. Buslov, T. Watanabe, L. V. Smirnova, Y. Fujiwara, K. Iwata , J. De Grave, A. P. Kiryanova and D.A. Kokh||Role of strike-slip faulting in late Paleozoic - Early Mesozoic tectonics and geodynamics of the Altai-Sayan and east Kazakhstan regions||Russian Geology & Geophysics - Vol.44, No 1-2, P.49-71||2003|
|A. P. Kiryanova||Possible geodynamic interpretation of Devonian formation basin Akkaya River, South-West of Gorniy Altay. New paleomagnetic data||Lithosphere structure and geodynamics: Theses for Russian Youth Conference, Irkutsk: Institut of Earth’s crust - P.87||April 2003|
|A. P. Kiryanova||Paleogeographic characteristics and new paleomagnetic data for Devonian formation of bassin Akkay River, Kuray zone of Gorniy Altay||Modern Problems of Geology: Theses for Conference, Moscow. Scientific World - P.157-158||March 2003|
|M. M. Buslov, L. V. Smirnova, A.V. Travin , N.N. Semakov, A. P. Kiryanova||Tectonics and evolution of Altay in late Paleozoic||Tectonics and Metallogeny of the Central and North-East Asia: Theses international conference. Novosibirsk, SBRAS "Geo" P.70-71||September 2002|