Researchers in the department routinely work with “Big Earth Data” and maximize these datasets by applying analytical techniques such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and geostatistics. Applications include understanding and processing large seismic datasets, analysis of petroleum production, interpretation of large geochemical datasets, and the processing and analysis of remotely sensed satellite data.
Interested in discussing the research we are working on or learning more? Please contact:
Lester R. Birbeck Endowed Professor, Petroleum Engineering
161 McNutt Hall
Professor, Geology and Geophysics
B-35 McNutt Hall
Assistant Professor, Geological Engineering
573-341-4852 | firstname.lastname@example.org |
326 McNutt Hall
Geodesy, earthquake and fault mechanics, induced seismicity, inverse problems and modeling, uncertainty quantification, crustal deformation, and geophysical methods.
For more information regarding Dr. Maurer's research, please visit his website, or select here for publications.
Associate Professor, Petroleum Engineering
330 McNutt Hall
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