I am currently a Project Scientist in the Geophysics Department, within the Energy Geosciences Division where I use subsurface monitoring, surveillance, and time-lapse techniques for site characterization and assessment of subsurface integrity.
My primary goal is the advancement of seismic and electromagnetic monitoring technologies for commercial carbon storage, real-time detection and monitoring of near-surface hazards due to fluid migration, assessment of subsurface integrity, and active monitoring for sustainable resource management.
I hold a M.S. in Electrical and Telecommunication Engineering and a Ph.D. in Marine Geology and Geophysics. In 2015, I was awarded the G. Sclocchi Thesis Award for my doctoral work on the use of high-resolution 4D GPR to detect, quantify, and monitor fluid flow in fractured carbonates.