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Best of ARMA

Wednesday, 22 July 2020, 11:00 a.m.–12:20 p.m.  |  Austin, Texas

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Course Content

Speakers

11:00 Introductory Remarks
11:05 Mark Zoback, Benjamin M. Page Professor of Geophysics and Director, Stanford Natural Gas Initiative
11:20 Joe Morris, Computational Geosciences Lead, Assoc. Lead for Nuclear Effects, Assoc. Lead of Fossil Energy at Lawrence Livermore
11:35 Ahmad Ghassemi, McCasland Professor, The University of Oklahoma
11:50 Nasikul Islam, Industry Solution Advisor, Halliburton Landmark
12:05 Audience Q&A


ARMA is the American Rock Mechanics Association. Membership includes specialization in all forms of surface and subsurface rock engineering—from tunneling to mine design to hydraulic fracturing to subsidence and compaction assessment. Membership is international, with members from 37 nations.

This session provides new insights from four senior researchers and practitioners. The theme of the session is application of rock mechanics principles, measurements, and simulations to characterize, comprehend, and exploit in-situ mechanical properties, discontinuities, stresses, and treatment parameters. These premier practitioners offer perspectives from national laboratories, industry, and academia.

Panel Session will include a moderated Q&A period

Fee: Included with Registration


Speakers
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Mark Zoback
Benjamin M. Page Professor of Geophysics and Director, Stanford Natural Gas Initiative

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Joe Morris
Computational Geosciences Lead, Assoc. Lead for Nuclear Effects, Assoc. Lead of Fossil Energy at Lawrence Livermore

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Ahmad Ghassemi
McCasland Professor, The University of Oklahoma

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Nasikul Islam
Industry Solution Advisor, Halliburton Landmark

Venue

Best of ARMA
Austin, TX
Austin, Texas
United States

Instructor

John David McLennan
John McLennan Moderator Energy & Geoscience Institute, USA

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