Michael is a senior researcher in the Applied Geoscience group at SINTEF-department of Petroleum. He has more than 20 years of experience with development and application of methods for geophysical imaging and monitoring, multi-method data integration (e.g., joint inversion). During the last 10+ years he has focused on CO2 montoring.
Michael has a "Diplom" (master equivalent) from the University of Karlsruhe and a Dr. rer. nat. (Phd equivalent) from the University of Göttingen, Germany. He worked two years as Postdoc at the University of Utah, USA.
Competence and research areas
integration of seismic (FWI and ray-based), electro-magnetis (CSEM, ERT, MMR), gravity, magnetics
seismic tomography (active/passive)
- Milestone L4 report: Climt project 618233 June 2021: Monitoring of CO2 plume expansion by combining active and passive seismic data – phase II (CO2CAP II)
- aCQurate status meetig
- aCQurate status meeting
- Fiberoptic technology: opportunities and challenges - part2
- Fiberoptic technoogy: opportunities and challenges - part1
- CO2CAPII industry stakeholder update milestone IV
- Joint inversion of active and passive seismic for imaging of the CO2 plume - Lessons learned
- Analysis and quantitative interpretation of seismic data at Decatur - part2
- Hybrid structural petrophysical joint inversion as a novel inversion technique: Application to CO2 monitoring at the Ketzin pilot site
- Pressure control and conformance management for safe and efficient CO2 storage – lessons learned in the Pre-ACT project