Thierno BAH holds a master's degree in geology from the University of Starsbourg in France and an environmental engineering degree from the Agronomic Institute of Guinea. Thierno BAH's training is that of a geologist, with a good knowledge of geophysics. During his studies in Strasbourg, he learned to apply different methods of analysis and to work independently at the interface of different disciplines linking observations, data analysis and modelling.
His Master's internship aimed to study the partition of elements of economic interest (Ni, Sc) within the alteration of laterites in New Caledonia. His work demonstrated a remarkable capacity for learning and an excellent knowledge in the fields of petro-geochemistry and geology in the broad sense.
Over the past 5 years, Mr. BAH has successfully conducted fieldwork in mining hydrogeology in various underground sites or open pit mines in Canada, the United States and Mexico. He has also developed serious skills in data interpretation, database systems and 3D software such as Datamine Discover.