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Program Minisymposium 2018

Confirmed oral presentations

Time Who
09:00 Organizers Welcome / Introduction
09:10 Giorgos Papageorgiou
(NTNU Trondheim and Edinburgh University)
Scattering and intrinsic attenuation in partially saturated layered media
09:50 All poster authors Poster overview presentation (3 slides-3 minutes)
10:20–11:10   Posters & Coffee break
Asiya Kudarova
(Shell Amsterdam)
Rock physics models for 4D seismic interpretation
11:50 Joerg Renner
(Ruhr-University Bochum)
Effective pressure dependence of transport properties: Experimental "odds and sods"
12:30–13:40   Lunch & Posters
13:40 Maria Osorno
(University of Stuttgart)
SPH model of poroelasticity-fluid coupling
14:20 Eva Caspari
(University of Lausanne)
Attenuation mechanisms in fractured fluid-saturated porous rocks: A numerical modelling study
15:00–16:10   Posters & Coffee break
16:10 Erik Saenger
(Bochum University of Applied Sciences)
Digital rock physics of highly porous volcanic rock
16:50   End


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.

Please contact us if you wish to present a poster.

Author Title
Mathias Nehler
(Bochum University of Applied Sciences)
Porosity and permeability estimates using X-ray computed tomography
Alexey Stovas
(NTNU Trondheim)
Waves in a medium with fluid-filled fractures
Kathleen Sell
(University of Mainz)
PERMEA – Digital rock physics to analyze fracture networks
Jürg Hunziker
(University of Lausanne)
Seismic attenuation in porous rocks containing stochastic fracture networks
Jürg Hunziker
(University of Lausanne)
Estimating fracture aperture and related parameters using tube-wave data
Andrew Greenwood
(University of Lausanne)
Characterization of a fracture network around a hydrothermally active fault zone from borehole data
Alireza Hassanzadegan
(BGR Hannover)
Poroelastic response of an induced hydraulic fracture to water injection: A case study of the Horstberg geothermal reservoir, Germany
Martin Beck and Holger Class
(Univerisity of Stuttgart)
Comparison of sequential and fully-coupled modelling approaches for flow and geomechanics
Simon Hahn
(Bochum University of Applied Sciences)
A semi-empirical model describing the cavitation erosion process of granular material
Samuel Chapman and Beatriz Quintal
(University of Lausanne)
Numerical analysis of local strain measurements in fluid saturated rock samples submitted to forced oscillations
Nicolás D. Barbosa, Eva Caspari, J. Germán Rubino, Andrew Greenwood, Ludovic Baron and Klaus Holliger (University of Lausanne) Attenuation estimates and mechanical compliance of fractures from full-waveform sonic log measurements