Discontinuities in CO2 Storage Reservoirs 

Nicolas Barbosa

University of Lausanne

Nicolas Barbosa got his PhD in 2018 at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, studying the seismic characterization of fractured rocks in a poroelastic framework. He worked as a research associate in the Crustal Deformation and Fluid Flow group at the University of Geneva investigating dynamic triggering processes using geophysical and numerical methods. In 2020, he joined the Applied and Environmental Geophysics group at the University of Lausanne. His research is focused on fractured environments, in particular, fracture signatures on seismic and borehole data, rock physics models, numerical simulations related to effective medium theory, hydromechanical coupling, and dynamic triggering processes

Research interests: seismic wave propagation, poroelasticity, hydromechanical coupling in fractured media, dynamic triggering processes

(nicolas.barbosa @ unil.ch)

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