Research, Meetings, Consulting & more.

Program Minisymposium 2013

Schedule for the day

Presentations take place in room NO E51.1 (E-floor of NO-building).

Time Who
Title
09:00 Erik H. Saenger
(ETH Zurich)
Welcome/Intro
09:15 David Smeulders
(TU Delft)
Extending the Biot theory for electrokinetic coupling measurements
09:45 Kathleen Sell
(JGU Mainz)
Gas hydrate distribution on the microscale: A synchrotron based tomography experiment - first results
10:15  Coffee break
10:45 Stewart Greenhalgh
(ETH Zurich)
A model for determination of effective permeability from acoustic wavespeed and attenuation in a rigid two-phase porous medium
11:15 Paulina Krakowska
(AGH Krakowie)
Tight formations in Poland - the new challenges
11:45 Poster authors
 Poster overview
12:15  Lunch
14:00  Poster session
15:00  Coffee break
15:30 Bastien Dupuy
(NTNU Trondheim)
Frequency-dependent AVO attributes for partially saturated rocks
16:00 Marcel Frehner
(ETH Zurich)
On Krauklis waves in fluid-saturated fractured rocks
16:30  Final discussion/Closing
17:00  End

Posters

Posters will be displayed close to our meeting room. There will be a poster overview before lunch, where all poster authors are asked to quickly present their poster to stimulate the discussions during the poster session.

The poster format should be A0 portrait.

Author Title
Evangelos Moulas
(ETH Zurich)
Transient evolution of porosity waves in non-linear viscous rock
Rolf Sidler
(Uni Lausanne)
A pseudo-spectral method for simulating poro-elastic seismic wave propagation in complex borehole environments
Erik H. Saenger
(ETH Zurich)
Digital Rock Physics
Matteo Lupi
(ETH Zurich)
Liquefaction of deeply buried clays induced by parabolic focusing of seismic energy at Lusi Mud Volcano, Indonesia
Claudio Madonna
(ETH Zurich)
The Seismic Wave Attenuation Module
Nicola Tisato
(ETH Zurich)
Understanding seismic wave attenuation for dry and partially saturated Berea sandstone as a function of confining pressure and frequency ranging from 1 to 100 Hz
Holger Steeb
(RU Bochum)
About the hydro-mechanical response of deformable fractures
Mandy Duda
(RU Bochum)
Triaxial deformation of sandstones at different states of internal drainage: Implications from ultrasound velocities and amplitudes
Beatriz Quintal
(ETH Zurich)
Seismic attenuation in partially saturated rocks: Laboratory measurements and numerical modeling