Oscar Eli Vasquez
Room Number: ER4025
Thesis Title: Seismic data processing and interpretation of the Howley Basin, Howley, Newfoundland
Supervisor: Dr. Charles Hurich
Improvement of UXO classification by development of a prototype EM imaging system that utilizes cooperative sources during data acquisition, and applies Pode-LaPlace formulas and neural networks for data processing.
I have also done research on acquifer performance and capacity during bulk CO2 injection for carbon sequestration purposes.
Akinnikawe O., Chaudhary A., Vasquez O., Enih C., Eblig-Economides C A., "Increasing CO2 Storage Efficiency Through a CO2/Brine-Displacement Approach" SPE Journal. 18.4 (2013): 743-751
Texas A&M Geology and Geophysics Research Symposium, 2012, College Station, TX Poster title: Improvment of UXO classification by development of prototype co-operative sources EMI sensor system