Gerben is a research scientist in the Applied Geoscience group at SINTEF Industry. He has a background in sedimentary geology and numerical modelling.
Gerben has an Msc in sedimentary geology from Utrecht University (2003), a PhD from Delft University of Technology (2010), and experience as a postdoctoral fellow in Delft until 2013.
Competence and research areas
Geology, numerical modelling, data analysis
- Milestone L4 report: Climt project 618233 June 2021: Monitoring of CO2 plume expansion by combining active and passive seismic data – phase II (CO2CAP II)
- Analysis and quantitative interpretation of seismic data at Decatur - part2
- Shale Barrier Toolbox
- Shale Barrier Toolbox WP4
- Dynamics and evolution of continental margin clinoform systems
- Methodology for Paleo-Water Depth reconstruction for continental margin clinoform systems
- The influence of paleo-bathymetry on total organic carbon distribution tested in the Cretaceous Hammerfest Basin, Barents Sea
- Fuzzy Logic Modelling of Large Scale Sediment Distribution - An Application for Source Rock Modelling
- High resolution 3D process-based modelling the distribution of organic matter in the Late Jurassic Hekkingen Formation in the Hammerfest Basin (Barents Sea) for basin modelling
- A 3D, map based approach to reconstruct and calibrate palaeobathmetries - Testing the Cretaceous water depth of the Hammerfest Basin, southwestern Barents Sea