Seismic Anisotropy Group at The University of Tulsa was founded in 2010. Our research focuses on seismic numerical simulation (e.g., acoustic, elastic, viscoelastic and poroelastic media), seismic imaging and inversion, microseismic, rock physics, seismic characterization, sesimic data processing and interpretation. We aim to develop cutting-edge technology to solve real geophysical problems encountered in oil and gas industry.
Since 2010, we have received funds from various sources including NSF (National Science Foundation), SunRise PetroSolutions Tech, Newfield Exploration Mid-Continent Inc, and Petroleum Research Fund at American Chemical Society. If you would like to sponsor our group, please contact us.
The seismic anisotropy group at The University of Tulsa is looking for Master and Ph.D students interested in various research topics in both conventional and unconventional reservoirs such as seismic wavefield simulation, reverse time migration, full waveform inversion, microseismic, rock physics, seismic data processing and interpretation.
If you are interested in joining our group as a graduate student or a visiting scholar, please contact us.
Decker Dawson Associate Professor of Geophysics
College of Engineering & Natural Sciences, Department of Geosciences
The University Of Tulsa
800 South Tucker Drive, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA