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Program Minisymposium 2019

We have received so far the following topics (among others; only the speaker is listed):

Michele Starnoni (University of Bergen, Norway): Reduced models for poroelasticity for deformable fractured porous media

Chao Sun (ENS, Paris, France): The effects of the biphasic saturation on the elastic moduli of sandstone.

Tobias Orlander (Technical University of Danemark): Including temperature in the effective stress equation.

Laura Paci (Technical University of Danemark): Thermal conductivity of Cenozoic limestone from Denmark.

Einar Madsen Storebø (Technical University of Danemark): Thermal conductivity of chalk.

Cedric Bailly (IFPEN, Paris, France): Upscaling of elastic properties in continental carbonates, a modeling approach based on a multi-scale geophysical dataset

Mathilde Adelinet (IFPEN, Paris, France): Effective medium modeling of diagenesis impact on the elastic velocities in carbonates.

Mats Brun (University of Bergen, Norway): Upscaling and analysis of coupled geomechanics, flow, and heat in a quasi-static poroelastic medium

Sadegh Karimpouli (University of Zanjan, Iran): Estimation of 3D elastic parameters from 2D images.

Sadegh Karimpouli (University of Zanjan, Iran): Deep Learning methods in digital rock physics: segmentation and parameter estimation.

Patrick Schmidt (U Stuttgart, Germany): Strong or weak? Numerical aspects of hydro-mechanical modeling of fluid-saturated fractures.

Simon Lissa (U Lausanne, Switzerland): Seismic attenuation and dispersion in poroelastic media with fractures of variable aperture distributions.

Benedikt Ahrens (GZB, Germany): Determining the frequency dependence of elastic properties of fractured rocks.

Claudia Werner (GZB, Germany): Towards optimizing source location accuracy with time reverse imaging.

Simon Hahn (GZB, Germany): A semi-empirical Model describing the Erosion Process of granular Material.