AWARD: ENeRG Student Prize

Sunday, 13 September, 2009

In June 9th 2009, ENeRG awards for students were given at the EAGE Annual Conference, held in Amsterdam. These awards have an endowment of 1,000 Euros and are conceded both to best oral and best poster presentation given at last EAGE Annual Conference held in Rome in 2008. Winners of this year were Hassan Karimaie from NTNU, Norway, and Zhongping Qian from BGS, UK, and the awards were presented by ENeRG country representatives Snezana Komatina - Petrovic, Patrick Corbett and Chris te Stroet.

The board of ENeRG announces ENeRG Student Prizes worth 1000 Euro for research in one of the applied fields of geoenergy research for the second time. At the EAGE/SPE EUROPEC London Conference (11-14 June 2007) the EneRG board selected the Best Student Paper and the Best Student Poster. The prizewinners were chosen on the basis of the evaluations carried out by EAGE. The awards are given to the students who are the primary authors of the best contributions from a student in one of the applied field related to geoenergy.

A.S.J. Scott (Aberdeen University) in category "the best Paper" for his paper entitled "Reservoir Analogues of Sand Injecties - Internal Heterogeneties and Implications for Reservoir Modelling" and S.R. Ziatdinov (St. Petersburg University) in category "The Best Poster" for her poster entitled "Tube-Wave- Related Repeatability Diagnostic for Cross-Well Time-Lapse Seismic" won the prizes in London.

Two ENeRG Student Prizes for the best presentations in the field of geoenergy applications were first announced in 2006 for the EAGE/EUROPEC meeting in Vienna.

Francois Schaub (Ecole des Mines de Paris, Department GSYS/Geophisics) in category "the best Paper" for his paper entitled "Geostatistical Impedance Simulation after Pre-Stack Depth Migration" and Milana Ayzenberg (Norwegian University of Science and Technology Department of Petroleum Engineering and Applied Geophysics) in category "The Best Poster" for her poster entitled "3D Seismic Diffraction Modelling in Multilayered Media in Terms of Surface Integrals" won the prizes in Vienna.

Certificates of the awards were given to the winners by ENeRG president Alla Shogenova and ENeRG country representatives Endre Hegedus and Patric Corbet on the 12th June during the Student Reception of the EAGE/SPE EUROPEC London Conference .

Alla Shogenova
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