Marija Djordjevic

Marija Djordjevic

Adjunct Professor

Part-Time Faculty


Marija Djordjevic is a geophysicist with a MS in geophysics from the University of Houston. She utilizes a non-judgmental approach to teaching and provides modifications for diverse learning styles. Her scholarly interests include: field work, data analysis, physical geology, earth science, and velocity model building, to name just a few.


  • Project Management
  • Velocity Model Building

Research Areas

  • Subsurface Imaging
  • Tomography
  • Anisotropy


  • University of Houston, MS Geophysics, 2005
  • University of Belgrade, BS in Geology/Geophysics, 2002

Prior Experience

  • Research Assistant, Geophysics Department, Stanford University
  • Senior Imaging Geophysics, PGS, Houston
  • Project Manager, CGG, Houston

Selected Publications

  • "Sensitivity of Imaging to Seismic Anisotropy-Majamar-Vacuum Field, NM"

  • "Filtering Applications on Seismogram Analysis"