Dr Anouar Romdhane is a research Scientist a the Applied Geoscience Group of SINTEF Industry. He has 10+ years of experience as a researcher and project manager at SINTEF. His research covers geophysical imaging, modelling and inversion, machine learning, CO2 storage, and natural hazards.
Anouar holds a MSc in Civil Engineering (2005) and Geophysics (2006) and a PhD in Geophysics (2010) from Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris (France). He joined SINTEF in 2010.
Competence and research areas
Geophysical imaging, Machine learning, Petrophysics, CO2 storage, Natural hazard, Environmental Geoscience
- Screening, Monitoring, and Remediation of Legacy Wells to Improve Reservoir Integrity for Large-Scale CO2 Storage—An Example From the Smeaheia Structure in the Northern North Sea
- Argusblikk på sokkelens «sugerør» skal gi oss trygge CO2-lagre
- aCQurate status meetig
- 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
- CSEM for CO2 Storage – Feasibility Study at Smeaheia to Optimise Acquisition
- From Pre-Screening to Monitoring of Plugged and Abandoned Marine Exploration Wells - Enabling Reuse of Reservoirs for Co2 Storage through Geophysical Monitoring
- Bayesian rock-physics inversion: Application to CO2 storage monitoring
Combined geophysical and rock physics workflow for quantitative CO
- Quantitative assessment of seismic, electromagnetic, electrical and gravimetric methods for CO2 storage monitoring