“Gustavo Sclocchi Theses Award”

22 Marzo, 2019

 

 

 

 

Il 21 marzo, presso il Politecnico di Milano, si è tenuta la cerimonia di premiazione del 26° “Gustavo Sclocchi Theses Award”, dedicato alle migliori tesi universitarie inerenti l’industria dell’energia provenienti dalle Accademie italiane.

 

I premi sono stati assegnati dalla Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), da Assomineraria e dall’European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE), a quattro elaborati rappresentanti delle categorie: Master of Science & Philosophy Doctor e Bachelor of Science & 2nd level Master. La serata ha inoltre visto la menzione speciale di altri quattro lavori.

 

Di seguito gli autori e i titoli delle tesi premiate:

  • Categories Master of Science & Philosophy Doctor

Chiara Amadori, Pavia University

3D architecture and evolution of the Po Plain – Northern Adriatic Basin since the Messinian salinity crisis through Pliocene-Pleistocene time

 

Claudio Chesi, Milan University

Facies and depositional architecture of two transtensional continental basins: the Permian succession of the Orobic asin and of the Norwegian Danish Basin

 

Marco Giuliani, Milan Polytechnic

Computational intelligence: a hybrid technique for process modeling and production optimization of an oil field

  • Categories Bachelor of Science & 2nd level Master

Italo Luciani, Turin Politechnic

Streamlines integration in Reservoir Management workflow to optimize water injection in a brown field

  • Special Mentions

Xing Zhen, Pisa University

Two-grid full-waveform surface-wave inversion by means of a genetic algorithm

 

Simone Reguzzi, Milan University

Lithostratigraphy and petrographic analysis of the Permian succession of the Orobic basin margins (Pizzo Dei Tre Signori – Barbellino Lake, Orobic Alps, North Italy)

 

Giorgio Russo, Turin Politechnic

Implementation of virtual metering models using real time data

 

Giacomo Lazzeri, Florence University

Experimental use of drone remote sensed data for quick mapping of wildfire burnt areas