Małgorzata Chmiel holds a MSc degree in engineering physics from AGH University of Science and Technology (2012) in Cracow, Poland, and in applied geophysics from University Pierre and Marie Curie (2013) in Paris, France. She received a Ph.D. (2017) in geophysics at the University Grenoble Alpes in Grenoble, France. Her PhD was financed by CGG and was focused on exploring interferometry and beamforming methods on dense arrays. In 2017, she started working as a research geophysicist in Sisprobe, a startup based at the Institute of Earth Sciences in Grenoble, France. Małgorzata’s research interests are in seismic wave interferometry, beamforming, seismic event detection and localization, dense array processing in active and passive configurations.