Enru Liu from ExxonMobil will give the EGLS talk this Friday Jan 25th

Enru Liu from ExxonMobil will be giving a talk this Friday Jan 25th titled:

"Integrated geophysical characterization of unconventional resources: A rock physics perspective"

Dr. Enru Liu is a Senior Research Specialist at ExxonMobil where he works on rock physics, seismic anisotropy, multicomponent seismology, fracture characterization, seismic attribute analysis and interpretation. He received a BSc in geophysics from the Changchun Geological Institute (now part of the Jilin University, China) and a PhD in geophysics from the University of Edinburgh (UK).

Dr. Liu was a Principal Research Scientist at the British Geological Survey (BGS) until March 2007 when he joined ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company (EMURC). While at BGS, he was the principal researcher of the Edinburgh Anisotropy Project – an industry sponsored research consortium since 1988 and was the Principal Investigator of several industry and UK research council funded projects including the NERC Micro-to-Macro programme.

The talk is open to anyone interested in geophysics and will begin at 12:00pm in the Agnes Arnold Hall building, 1st floor, room 104.

Pizza will be provided!

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