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Double Degree Programme IMAEG “International Master of Applied and Exploration Geophysics”: first student discussed the thesis


On Friday 8 April, Beatrice Giuliante (on the left in the picture), by discussing her Master Thesis, became the first student to graduate in the MSc according to the Double Degree Programme IMAEG “International Master of Applied and Exploration Geophysics

Beatrice has discussed a thesis entitled "Modelling and Elastic Inversion for time-lapse purposes in different reservoir scenarios", being tutored in her work by Prof. Florian Bleibinhus of Montan University in Leoben (MUL- Austria), by Prof. Mattia Aleardi of the Department of Earth Sciences (UniPI) and by Dr. Enrico Paparozzi from ENI. After completing her first year of studies in Pisa, Beatrice obtained 25 CFU in Austria in the third semester as required by the Double Degree rules, then she worked to the Thesis, with tutors from both UniPI and MUL .

The international Master in Exploration and Applied Geophysics was initialed in 2018, and in Italy is coordinated by the MSc in Exploration and Applied Geophysics, supported by the Department of Earth Sciences and the Department of Physics. To date, two students from UniPI have carried out part of their studies in Austria (the thesis defense of the second student will occur in few months) and two students from Leoben have attended a semester of courses in Pisa. Beatrice is the first of these students to discuss the Master Thesis, and she is going to continue her career with a PhD at GFZ-Potsdam. Many other students are interested in this Double Degree and will be leaving early in the fall semester. Information on the Double Degree can be found here or by writing to Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo..

  • 21 April 2022

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