Matthew BauerSR. Geologist, Lakewood, Colorado

    With over two decades of expertise in quantitative geoscience, Mr. Bauer works with clients maximizing the utility of their data to provide business insights and drive innovation. Throughout his career, he has led a multitude of projects, ranging from the application of spatial data science in solution mined caverns and injection wells, the evaluation of energy project economics, to the spatial monitoring of land records and commodity prices. His diverse portfolio also includes exploration of resources such as hydrogen, helium, and petroleum.  Notably, Mr. Bauer designed and implemented the ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) and spatial analytics process for a renewable energy fund boasting $75 million in assets under management (AUM). Additionally, he served as the technical lead for management of a mineral portfolio spanning over 16,000 net mineral acres.

    A passionate advocate for knowledge dissemination and mentorship, Mr. Bauer actively contributes to initiatives aimed at promoting the geosciences and fostering data literacy within the field. As an Affiliate Faculty member of the Department of Geology and Geologic Engineering at Colorado School of Mines, he plays a role in shaping the next generation of geoscientists. Additionally, Mr. Bauer’s serves on the Board of Directors as the President Elect of the Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists (RMAG) underscores his commitment to advancing the profession.

    Mr. Bauer’s dedication to education extends beyond traditional academia; he regularly conducts short courses on Python and ETL for geologists through organizations such as RMAG, the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), and the Geological Society of America (GSA).  Mr. Bauer is a licensed professional geologist in both Kansas and Louisiana.

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