Adrian is a senior Research Fellow at Imperial College London. He gained his degree in Mathematics with Astronomy from the University of Leicester. In the last decade he has developed a seismic inversion software package which is currently used by several oil companies and major seismic contractors in their daily commercial activities
Dr Gang Yao
Gang is a Research Associate at Imperial College London. After completing his MSc in Geophysics at the China University of Geosciences he was awarded the UK-China Scholarship of Excellence and moved to the UK to do his PhD at IC. He is an expert in seismic migration and seismic inversion in general. He is currently developing a new method to invert reflected data.
Dr Tenice Nangoo
Tenice is a Geophysical Data Analyst. She has five years industry experience as a Petroleum Geoscientist with expertise in seismic interpretation, quantitative geophysics and seismic acquisition. She specialised in full-waveform inversion during her PhD at Imperial College London.
Prof Joanna Morgan
Jo is Professor at the Department of Earth Sciences in Imperial College London. She is currently co-chief scientist IODP drilling of the Chicxulub impact crater, and a member of the UK ICDP committee. Her research background in regional seismology and blue sky research, as well as her extensive seismic data processing skills, broaden the know-how of the team.
Dr Tim Lin
Tim is a full-time technical developer and researcher at S-CUBE. He obtained his PhD with Professor Felix Herrmann at UBC, where his focus was on practical applications of cutting-edge, large-scale regularised optimisation techniques to geophysical processing. He had previously worked with BP and Chevron during his studies, where he brought his novel techniques to existing production systems.
Prof Felix Herrmann
Felix is currently professor at the Department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences of the University of British Columbia. He is director of the UBC-Seismic Laboratory for Imaging and Modeling (SLIM), which he founded in 2003. His research interests include theoretical and applied aspects of exploration seismology, compressive sensing, and large-scale optimization.