Giorgos Papageorgiou
Giorgos Papageorgiou has a master’s degree in theoretical physics from Imperial College and a PhD in Mathematical Physics from Heriot-Watt University. He became interested in geophysics in 2011 where he worked as a postdoctoral researcher on AVO classification of subglacial sediments and its potential to determine the ice-bed boundary condition. The next three years he worked on rock physics modelling of partially saturated CO2 sands as a postdoctoral research associate within the DiSECCS project, offered by the engineering and physical sciences research council, UK. He currently shares his time between Trondheim and Edinburgh where he is a postdoctoral fellow in anisotropic, partially saturated thin layer effects in seismic wave propagation working with Alexey Stovas and Mark Chapman in a project funded by the Norwegian research council. His interest span poro/visco-elasticity, theoretical rock physics, rock-physics based inversion, fluid substitution and wave propagation in layered media and how their attributes can be used in the quantification of stored CO2.
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