DEA Norge søker Data Scientist (sommerjobb)

For deg som studerer data og ønsker sommerjobb i juli

DEA has been present in Norway for more than 40 years, and the company has strong ambitions for further growth on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. Daily production is 60 000 boe (2017), and the company has a solid and promising license portfolio with assets in all phases.

DEA Norge is a subsidiary of DEA Deutsche Erdoel AG which is an international operator in the field of exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas based in Hamburg. DEA has 117 years of experience working along the whole upstream value-chain as operator or project partner. With 1,350 employees DEA has shares in production facilities and concessions in, among others, Germany, Norway, Denmark, Egypt and Algeria.

By developing their first own-operated field on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, DEA Norge AS is taking the step-up to becoming a full-scale operator in Norway.

Currently we are looking for a Data / Computer Science MSc or PhD student for a short term work experience assignment in our Stavanger office. Start date 2nd July, duration 4-5 weeks.

Data Scientist in Exploration

Tasks and Scope of Work

We are offering interesting computer programming tasks within DEA Norge Exploration. Together with the DEA geophysicists, the student will develop computer programming scripts capable of automated scanning large amounts of seismic data.

Educational Background and Experience

Data Science MSc / PhD student within computer programming and signal processing or equivalent. The successful candidate should have some theoretical and practical knowledge of signal and image processing algorithms and one or more programming languages such as Python, Matlab, Octave, C++, Java. Knowledge of the marine seismic method will be an advantage.

Personal skills

  • Proactive team worker, with the ability to work independently on own tasks.
  • Good communication and presentation skills.
  • Fluent in English.

Please send your application and CV to to no later than 30.03.2018.