Romain Chassagne is a researcher at Institute of Geo-Energy Engineering at Heriot-Watt University, UK. He holds MS and PhD degrees from Bordeaux University in France in applied mathematics. He worked on multiphase flow in porous media at Schlumberger Cambridge Research and Institut Français du Pétrole, before to join Heriot-Watt in 2014. Now Chassagne’s interests include automated/assisted model update with emphasis on quantitative data integration through history matching, along with Artificial Intelligent methods, calibration, 4D seismic uncertainty.

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