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Program Minisymposium 2014

Schedule for the day

Time Who
08:30 Erik H. Saenger
(ETH Zurich)
08:50 Giorgos Papageorgiou
(University of Edinburgh)
A squirt-flow model for multi-phase fluid saturation
09:20 Lucas Pimienta
(ENS Paris)
Experimental evidence of dispersion and attenuation effects on the bulk modulus of fully-saturated sandstones
All poster authors
Poster overview presentation (3 slides-3 minutes)
Coffee break + Poster
Beatriz Quintal
(University of Lausanne)
A newly identified mechanism for seismic attenuation in fluid- saturated rocks
Clarisse Bordes
(University of Pau)
Seismoelectric phenomena: An observable of pore fluid flow occurring with seismic propagation
Sandwich lunch + Poster
(50 min lunch + 1 hour poster session)
German Rubino
(University of Lausanne)
A new manifestation of wave-induced fluid flow in fractured rocks
Damien Jougnot
(University of Lausanne)
Seismoelectric effects due to mesoscopic heterogeneities: Numerical study for a fractured rock
Coffee break + Poster
Yury Podladchikov
(University of Lausanne)
Nonlinear poroviscoelastic waves
Erik H. Saenger
(ETH Zurich)
Digital rock physics on Swiss carbonates
Final discussion


Posters will be displayed close to our meeting room. There will be a poster overview before the first coffee break, 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
Samuel Chapman
(University of Lausanne)
Laboratory measurements of seismic attenuation in partially saturated borosilicate samples
Bastien Dupuy
(NTNU Trondheim)
Use of 4D FWI to estimate rock physics properties and gas saturation
Marcel Frehner
(ETH Zurich)
Integrated study of seismic anisotropy of Finero Peridotite (Ivrea-Verbano Zone, northern Italy) by combining laboratory measurements, EBSD-based estimations, and fully anisotropic numerical wavepropagation simulation
Paulina Krakowska
(AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow)
Micro-CT in tight formation analysis
Roman Makhnenko
(EPF Lausanne)
Poroelastic response of Berea sandstone from laboratory experiments
Marco Milani
(University of Lausanne)
Assessing the P-wave attenuation and phase velocity characteristics of fractured media based on creep and relaxation tests
Edyta Puskarczyk
(AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow)
Various T2-cutoffs determination methods as a contribution in the NMR interpretation divergences - pore size distribution, fluid content, porosity and permeability calculations
Ludovic Räss
(University of Lausanne)
Dynamically evolving fluid pathways
Shankar Subramaniyan
(ETH Zurich)
Seismic attenuation: Laboratory measurements in fluid saturated rocks
Pei-Ju Rita Shih
(ETH Zurich)
Laboratory measurements and numerical modeling of Krauklis wave initiation in fractured media
Marie Violay
(ETH Zurich)
Effects of pore pressure on friction at seismogenic depth
Kamila Wawrzyniak-Guz
(AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow)
How acoustic full waveform logs can be applied in combining lab, log and seismic data