Seminar SoSe 2020

 

Open geophysical Seminar

Earth Copyright: RWTH Aachen

Wednesday 10:30 Raum 0.23, E.ON ERC Gebäude, Mathieustr. 10

Objectives of the seminar:

  • Presentation of recent results in the field of Geophysics
  • Practice of scientific communication techniques for students
  • Biannual progress report of PhD projects conducted at the Institute of Applied Geophysics and Geothermal Energy or in the Geo Fluid Dynamics group
  • Opportunity for invited speakers or guest scientists
  • Presentation of recent or important publications
  • Discussion of scientific ideas and projects as well as first preliminary studies in the field of Applied Geophysics


Interested persons please contact Johanna Ochs:
Tel.: 0241 80-49882
Email: jochs@eonerc.rwth-aachen.de

Date

Speaker

Topic / Title

08.04.2020

Joost Hase (Uni Bonn), via Zoom

Application of Hamiltonian Monte Carlo to the Geophysical inverse problem

15.04.2020

Bérénice Vallier, via Zoom

Thermo-hydro-mechanical modeling of large-scale circulation in EGS reservoirs

22.04.2020

Denise Degen, via Zoom

Advances in Geothermal Modeling by using the Reduced Basis Method

29.04.2020

Alexis Lamparski, via Zoom

Theory and application of g-functions in geothermics

06.05.2020

Elisa Heim, via Zoom

Mapped vs. simulated uncertainty: Is it possible to capture epistemic uncertainty in 3-D structural geological models?

13.05.2020

Florian Wagner, via Zoom

Opens-source geophysical modeling and inversion with pyGIMLI 1.1: Recent advances and examples in research and education

20.05.2020

Eugen Zibulski, via Zoom

t.b.a.

27.05.2020

Thomas Hantschel (Schlumberger), via Zoom

Petroleum Systems Modeling on the Move: Scientific Concepts, Numerical Models and Exploration Practices

03.06.2020

Rhea von Bülow (Deutsche Bahn), via Zoom Usage of geophysical investigations in the context of infrastructural construction projects at Deutsche Bahn
10.06.2020
17.06.2020 Mario Ramirez Munoz, via Zoom

Distributed temperature sensing (DTS) in geothermal energy applications: The E.ON ERC case study

24.06.2020

Marc. S. Boxberg, via Zoom

Geophysical Modelling from Bochum to Enceladus

01.07.2020

Frank Strozyk (Fraunhofer IEG), via Zoom

The new Fraunhofer Institute for Energy Infrastructures and Geothermal Systems (IEG), and their plans for geothermal energy in the region of Aachen

08.07.2020 Katrin Löer (Geothermie Zentrum Bochum), via Zoom cancelled (shifted to next semester)
15.07.2020 Aaron Förderer Using geometry-based inversion for low-dimensional geophysical models of complex structures

Contact

Phone

work
+49 241 80 49882

Email

E-Mail