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固体地球物理学术报告通知-20170609-Leo Eisner

2017-06-09 15:00
Leo Eisner
Education: 2001 Ph.D. in Geophysics California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, USA 1994 M.Sc. in Physics (Geophysics) Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Czech Republic Professional Experience: 2010-present, President of Seismik, s.r.o., Leading Researcher at IRSM ASCR 2010-2014 Purkyne Fellow at Institute of Rock Mechanics and Structure, Academy of Sciences of the CR and Geophysical Advisor to Microseismic Inc, Prague, Czech Republic; 2008-2010 Chief Geophysicist (from 2009) Head of the Development department, Microseismic Inc, Houston, USA 2001-2007 Senior Research Scientist, Schlumberger Cambridge Research (SCR), Cambridge, UK Research Interests: Modeling: high frequency asymptotic methods, full waveform (mainly finite difference) modeling in 3D heterogeneous media, inversion and uncertainty estimates, reciprocity; Data analyses: induced seismicity, source mechanism inversion, seismic hazard assessment, regional and local full waveform modeling, network design and optimization of monitoring.

Hydraulic fracturing, induced seismicity and shale gas/oil