Seminar WS 2021/22

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Wednesday 10:30 digitally via Zoom

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 Andrea Balza Morales:
Tel.: 0241 80-49907
Email: andrea.balza@eonerc.rwth-aachen.de

Date

Speaker

Topic / Title

20.10.2021

Cancelled

Institute Outing

03.11.2021

Mirko Pavoni, M.Sc. (University of Padua, Italy) An alternative way to quickly map the active layer thickness of rock glaciers: EMI method

10.11.2021

Ryan Santoso M. Sc. (CGRE)

Hydromechanical simulation of geothermal reservoirs: physics and surrogate modeling

17.11.2021

Dr. Whitney Trainor-Guitton (Zanskar Geothermal & Mineral)

An initial value of information (VOI) framework for geophysical data applied to the exploration of geothermal energy

24.11.2021

Entela Kane M. Sc. (TU Delft)

Flexible well patterns and NPV optimization on large scale geothermal field development

01.12.2021

Zhouji Liang M.Sc. (CGRE)

Gravity kernel method for implicit geological modeling

08.12.2021

@ 16:00

Nicole Aretz M. Sc. (UT Austin) Sensor selection for linear Bayesian inverse problems over configurable forward models

15.12.2021

Mathis van Wickeren (AICES)

Distributed Temperature Sensing in Boreholes and Shafts

22.12.2021

12.01.2022

Eugen Zibulski M. Sc. (GGE)

Influence of inner surface roughness on SIP measurements

19.01.2022

26.01.2022

Sofia Brisson M. Sc. (CGRE) Implicit modeling of triangle zones for uncertainty estimation
02.02.2022 Peter Qi Zhang (Peking University, China) Electrical simulation of marine methane hydrate-bearing sediments based on 3D pore-scale digital rock physics and finite element method