In March this year, students from the University of Texas Jackson School of Geosciences presented research at the annual meeting of the UT-Austin EDGER Forum, an industry consortium that sponsors education and research in exploration geophysics. Research carried out by the group spans laboratory experiments, numerical simulations and field data analysis, a combination that is […]
The University of Texas at Austin (UT) is a leader in unconventional energy resources research, particularly shale reservoirs. That’s according to one of this year’s Equinor Fellows, Sebastian Ramiro-Ramirez, a graduate research assistant at UTIG and a PhD student at the University of Texas Jackson School of Geosciences, who was awarded over $60,000 to study […]
UTIG Master’s student Mario Gutierrez was recently awarded an Endowed Presidential Scholarship by the Michael Duchin Endowment. We caught up with Mario to learn about his work and studies here at UTIG. Degree Program: Master’s in Geological Sciences, anticipated graduation date: May 2018 What are you studying? My thesis topic focuses on Lithologic Calibration of Neogene Mass Transportation […]
One of UTIG’s newest postdoctoral fellows shares stories from a career path that brought her to Austin.
UITG’s John W. Snedden tells the New York Times in a recent interview.