Rock Physics provides the connections between elastic properties measured at the surface of the earth, within the borehole environment or in the laboratory with the intrinsic properties of rocks, such as mineralogy, porosity, pore shapes, pore fluids, pore pressures, permeability, viscosity, stresses and overall architecture such as laminations and fractures. Rock Physics provides the understanding and theoretical tools required to optimize all imaging and characterization solutions based on elastic data.

The present site is a collection of resources for rock physicists and those who use the results of rock physics in their work.

 

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SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2017 in Houston is available

There are a total of 11 Rock Physics Sessions:

+ RP 1 - Wavefields and Dispersion

+ RP 2 - Seismic-scale Applications

+ RP 3 - Experiments and Models for Shale

+ RP 4 - Rock Physics Modeling Approaches

+ RP 5 - S-waves, Carbonates, Fractures, and Oil Sands

+ RP 6 - Data Integration


+ RP 7 - Transport Properties, Fractures, and Microstructures

+ RP E-P1 - Pore Space, Frequencies, and Minerals

+ RP E-P2 - Digital Rock Physics Advances

+ RP P1 - Carbonate and Digital Textures

+ RP P2 - Rock Property Assessments




Job Opportunities
Job TitleCompanyLocationCreate date
Research Associate in Digital Rock Physics Dep.of Earth Science & Engineering, Imperial College London London September 22, 2017 
Post doc: PDRA 1 - DETECT - Risk of CO2 leaking along fractures The Lyell Centre, Heriot Watt University Edinburgh  August 22, 2017 
Post-doc: PDRA 2 - DETECT - Determining Risk of CO2 Leakage The Lyell Centre, Heriot Watt University Edinburgh  August 22, 2017 
Senior Advising Geophysicist I TGS Houston, Texas July 1, 2017 
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Weekly Rock Physics Scholar

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13th Rock Physics Influencer





Boris Gurevich obtained his Diploma (Russian equivalent of MSc) at Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1981 and started his career at the Moscow Institute of Geosystems. His early work included numerical analysis of NMR signals, and application of pattern recognition software to direct detection of hydrocarbons from seismic reflection data. ...  Read more

Upcoming events

Upcoming Special Sections

DeadlineTopicJournal
October 1, 2017 Rock-physics - From microstructure to seismic signatures Geophysical Prospecting 
October 1, 2017 Multiphysics imaging for exploration and reservior monitoring Interpretation 
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