CMWR 2018 Bridging gaps between data, models, and prediction

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XXIInd Congress to Saint Malo

The XXIInd Congress congrès  international bisannuel de Computational Methods in Water Resources was held from 3 to 7 june 2018 in St-Malo, France.

The GEOTREF project was represented by two oral commnications.

IMFT (*): in the session 13-Intensive Flow and transport modelling in fractured porous media: state of the art and actual challenges, presented Fast Upscaling of the Hydraulic Conductivity of 3D Fractured Porous Rock for Geothermal Reservoir Modeling.

Armines (**): in the session 01-Advances in Discrete Fracture Network (DFN) models, presented An attempt to generate physically-based DFN for coupled hydro-mechanical simulation.

(*) Rachid Ababou (1), Tawfik Rajeh (1), Manuel Marcoux(1), Israel Cañamón Valera (2)
(1) Institut de Mécanique des Fluides de Toulouse (Université de Toulouse),
2 Allée du professeur Camille Soula, 31400 Toulouse, France
(2) ETSI de Minas y Energía, Departamento de Ingeniería Geológica y Minera (Universidad
Politécnica de Madrid), C./ Ríos Rosas 21, 28003 Madrid (Spain)

(**) Dominique Bruel,
MINES ParisTech, PSL Research University, Centre de Geosciences, 35 rue St Honoré, 77300 Fontainebleau, France

Third GEOTREF scientific workshop

The third GEOTREF scientific workshop was held on 20-21 March 2018 in the Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris (see program). More than 40 scientists and engineers attended the two-day workshop to present their work and discuss results and interpretations related to the Demonstrator of Guadeloupe.

EGU General Assembly 2017

GEOTREF project poster

The European Geosciences Union General Assembly (EGU) 2017 was held from 23 to 28 April 2017 in Vienna, Austria. This year, the largest European congress about Geosciences was attended by 14496 scientists from 107 different countries, during 4849 oral presentations, 11312 posters and 1238 PICO (Presenting Interactive COntent). The GEOTREF project was represented by communications in the form of posters and oral presentations.

Two members of the GEOTREF project participated in the organization of sessions:

  • Jérôme Fortin (ENS): Session EMRP1.1/ERE1.10/GI3.15. Evaluation of coupled reservoir processes: laboratory experiments and numerical modeling.

Jérôme Fortin (ENS): Session ERE1.4/EMRP4.40/TS2.6. Fracture, mechanics and flow in tight reservoirs.

  • Yves Géraud (GeoRessources): Session ERE3.4. Conventional and unconventional geothermal resources: Advances in integrated approaches for exploration and monitoring.

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2016 December 12-16 AGU Fall meeting

AGU 2016 – Fall meeting

GEOTREF was represented in San Francisco, Ca, USA with 1 oral communication.

Magnetic mapping around Les Saintes islands (Lesser Antilles, Guadeloupe) for structural interpretation.

Mercier de Lépinay J. 1, Munschy M. 1, Géraud Y. 2, Diraison M. 1, Navelot V. 2, Verati C. 3 Corsini M.3, Lardeaux J.M. 3

1. IPGS, Strasbourg, France

2. GeoRessources, Nancy, France

3. GéoAzur, Nice – Sophia Antipolis, France

2016 November 24-26 XXth General Meeting and Biennal Conference of the Caribbean Academy of Sciences

CARIBBEAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

GEOTREF was represented in Deshaies, Guadeloupe, France with 1 oral communication.

Highlighting Context Effects in a Pedagogical Innovation on Geothermal Energy in the Caribbean and North America.

Forissier T. 1, Bourdeaux J. 1, Fournier F. 1, Mazabraud Y.1

1. Université des Antilles, pôle Guadeloupe, France

GEOTREF will be presented at the French Earth Sciences Conference

RST 2016

RST 2016

On the 24 – 28 October 2016, the premier national Geoscience congress, known as Réunion des Sciences de la Terre (RST; the French Earth Sciences Conference) will be held in Caen.

The 2016 edition will include 12 different themes, covering every aspect of the Geosciences.

The GEOTREF project will be represented there by five Ph.D. students who will show their work by either oral or poster presentations, in two different sessions.

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