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    Personal information
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     Date Submitted:05-08-2015
     Last Modified:02-09-2015 (01:24)
    Job information
     Current job:YGT in ESA (ESRIN)
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsEarth Observation, GIS, Remote Sensing
    CV

    WORK EXPERIENCE 

    01.07.2014 – 30.10.2015 Young Graduate Trainee, European Space Agency, ESRIN, Science, Applications and Future Technologies Department, Exploitation and Services Division, Via Galileo Galilei, Casella Postale 64, 00044 Frascati (Roma), Italy, www.esa.int
    ▪ developing and testing a processing chain of high-resolution optical images (Landsat 8 and Sentinel-2)
    ▪ land use/land change applications
    ▪ networking with user communities and researchers
    ▪ organizing meetings
    ▪ support in contacts between ESA and Polish EO companies

    01.05.2014 - 30.06.2014 Freelance work, Ecological Research Laboratory “NATURA”, Żabokliki, Kubusia Puchatka 78 Street, 08-110 Siedlce, Poland, www.pbenatura.pl
    ▪ Production of a geomorphological map for the “Urban development strategy of Radom Functional Area” project

    01.01.2011 – 30.06.2014 Geographer, Institute of Geodesy and Cartography, Remote Sensing Centre, Modzelewskiego 27 Street, 02-679 Warsaw, Poland, www.igik.edu.pl/en
    ▪ Work in various international and national projects, for example: Corine Land Cover 2013, Geoland 2, Pecs1/2, GIONET
    ▪ Field measurements
    ▪ GIS analysis
    ▪ Processing remote sensing data with different space-resolution
    ▪ Meteorological data analysis
    ▪ Promoting IGiK on scientific events
    ▪ Conducting workshops
    ▪ Writing scientific papers, attending to conferences

    01.09.2009 – 31.12.2010 GIS specialist, Integrated Engineering, Zielona 18 Street, 05-090 Raszyn, Poland, www.integrated.pl
    ▪ Projects in hydrology – designing of dams and flood embankments, modelling of flood waves
    ▪ GIS analysis

    01.12.2008 – 15.03.2009 Map editor, CartaBlanca, Warsaw, Poland
    ▪ Freelance work, editing maps for the publishing house

    01.07.2008 – 30.09.2008 In-situ inspector, Ecogis, Jana Sengera "Cichego" 3/21 Street, 02-790 Warsaw, Poland, www.ecogis.pl
    ▪ Field measurements, in-situ inspection of agricultural fields

    01.10.2007 – 30.11.2007 Office worker, Databrocker, Warsaw, Poland
    ▪ Introducing data into computing

    01.09.2006 – 30.12.2006 Telemarketer, Go Big Business Solution, Warsaw, Poland

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    October 2010 – June 2012 Master course in Spatial Planning, Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
    ▪ LLP-Erasmus at the Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography, University of Valencia from February to June 2012

    October 2008 - June 2010 Master of Science in Remote Sensing and Geo-Informatics, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies, Warsaw University, Poland

    ▪ Master's thesis topic: Digital geomorphological map of Mazovia

    September 2009 Training The Environmental Information Centre UNEP-GRID Warsaw, Poland
    ▪ Training in digital cartography and GPS 

    October 2007 – June 2009 Bachelor degree in Spatial Planning , Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies, Warsaw University, Poland
    ▪ Thesis topic: Industrial heritage in projects of selected parks and gardens

    October 2005 – June 2008 Bachelor degree in Geography, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies, Warsaw University, Poland 
    ▪ Thesis topic: Application of radar images in environmental risk analysis

    PERSONAL SKILLS

    Languages:

    ▪ Polish mother tounge
    ▪ English advanced
    ▪ Spanish intermediate
    ▪ Italian basic

    Computer skills

    ▪ Operating system: Windows- advanced
    ▪ Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint), ArcGis 9,3, ArcGis 10/10.1
    ▪ Good knowledge of MapInfo Professional 10, AutoCAD 2011, OuantumGIS, ENVI, ESA Beam
    ▪ Basic knowledge of IDL, Erdas Imagine, Statistica
    ▪ Basic knowledge of programming in Python
    ▪ Basic knowledge of SQL, HTML, CSS

     

    Other skills

    ▪ Very fast typer (above 270 characters/min)

    Driving licence

    ▪ B

    Publications

    Hoscilo A., Turlej K., Napiorkowska M., 2014, Can remotely sensed data be used to support monitoring of fires in Poland?, Proceedings of the 34th EARSeL Symposium, Warsaw 16-20 June 2014
    Napiórkowska M., Tomaszewska M., 2014, The relationship between Carbon dioxide (CO2)/derived/ from SCIAMACHY.ENVISAT-1, meteorological parameters, and vegetation indices- case study of Poland, Geoinformation Issues, Vo. 5, No 2(5), 43-56
    Dabrowska-Zielinska K.; Budzynska M., Tomaszewska M., Bartold M., Gatkowska M., Malek I., Turlej K., Napiorkowska M.,2014, Monitoring Wetlands Ecosystems Using ALOS PALSAR (L-Band, HV) Supplemented by Optical Data: A Case Study of Biebrza Wetlands in Northeast Poland. Remote Sensing, 6, 1605-1633.
    Dabrowska – Zielinska K., Budzynska M., Malek I.,Tomaszewska M., Ziolkowski D., Gatkowska M., Napiorkowska M., 2013. Modelling of Vegetation Paramerers from Microwave data. 5th TerraSAR-X Science Team Meeting DLR June 10-14.
    Dabrowska-Zielinska K. , Malinska A., Bartold M., Gatkowska M., Tomaszewska M. and Napiorkowska M., 2013, Monitoring of phenology as the climate change indicator from satellite data – preparation for GMES Service in Poland, The 35th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment (ISRSE35), in Beijing from April 22nd to 26th, 2013
    Napiorkowska M., 2011, Digital geomorfological map of Mazovia, Teledetekcja Środowiska 45, pp. 23-39.


    Conferences

    04.08-14.08.2014 Earth Observation Summer School: “Earth System Monitoring and Modeling”, Frascati/Italy
    30.06-04.07.2014 4th GIONET International Summer School: “Monitoring the Earth for Environmental Policy and Decision Making”, Frascati/Italy
    16.06-20.06.2014 34th EARSeL Symposium, Workshop of 3d Remote Sensing and Urban Remote Sensing, Warsaw/Poland
    04.06-05.06.2014 ESRI Poland ArcGIS course: “Introduction to scripts writing in Python”, Warsaw/Poland
    18.09-29.09.2013 3th GIONET Summer School: conducting computer practical trainings and field measurements, Warsaw/Poland
    01.07-05.07.2013 4th Advanced Training Course in Land Remote Sensing, Athens/Greece: poster topic: Study and Implementation of remote sensing techniques for the assessment of carbon balances for different biomasses and soil moistures within various ecosystems
    27.05-31.05.2013 Second SMOS training course, Toulouse/France
    23.10-25.10.2012 X ESRI POLAND Conference „One GIS- common space”, Warsaw/Poland
    16.09.2011 Conducting workshop „Regional Drought Case Study Poland” at „Land Training Course 2011 European Space Agency”, Institute of Geodesy and Cartography, Cracow/Poland


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