Dr. Charlotte Botter – Postdoctoral Researcher
Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
5 Merrion Square
Tel: +353-1-653-5147 x200
See ResearchGate website for further details.
Qualifications and Experience
- PhD in Petroleum Geoscience from the University of Stavanger (Norway). “Seismic Imaging of Fault Zones: a synthetic workflow to study the impact of faults on seismic images”
- MSc in Numerical and Petroleum Geology from the School of Geology (ENSG, Nancy, France). MSc thesis: “2nd Order tensor visualisation”
- BSc in Engineering Science from the School of Geology (ENSG, Nancy, France)
- ITHERC project with Javier Fullea, Mattia Guerri, Eldar Baykiev
- Developing a rheological module into LITMOD software for calculation of laterally variable elastic thickness
- Thermodynamical and rheological modelling of crust and lithospheric mantle under the Porcupine basin (Ireland)
- Faulting processes and imaging.
- Advanced seismic interpretation techniques (such as seismic attributes)
- Numerical and integrated modelling
Botter, C., N. Cardozo, J. Tveranger, Q Dongfang and D. Kolyukhin, 2017 Seismic characterization of fault facies models, Interpretation 5 (4), p. 9-27 DOI: 10.1190/int-2016-0226.1
Botter, C., N. Cardozo, I. Lecomte, A. Rotevatn and G. Paton, 2017. The impact of faults and fluid flow on seismic images of a relay ramp, Petroleum Geoscience, v. 23(1) p.17-28 DOI: 10.1144/petgeo2016-027.
Botter, C., N. Cardozo, S. Hardy, I. Lecomte, G. Paton and A. Escalona, 2016. Seismic characterisation of fault damage in 3D using mechanical and seismic modelling. Marine and Petroleum Geology, v. 77, p. 973–990.
Botter, C., N. Cardozo, S. Hardy, I. Lecomte, and A. Escalona, 2014, From mechanical modeling to seismic imaging of faults: A synthetic workflow to study the impact of faults on seismic: Marine and Petroleum Geology, v. 57, p. 187-207.