## theses

PhD and MSc theses

## Publications

Peer reviewed publications

Presenting arguments for adopting an open-source methodology for geophysics and provide some background about open-source software for electromagnetics.

Presenting arguments for adopting an open-source methodology for geophysics and provide some background about open-source software for electromagnetics.

Fluid flow in the vadose zone, governed by the Richards equation, requires characterizing hydraulic properties using direct and proxy measurements. We present an efficient inversion technique for 1D, 2D, and 3D hydraulic properties, implemented in SimPEG, enabling large-scale inversions with modest resources.

Fluid flow in the vadose zone, governed by the Richards equation, requires characterizing hydraulic properties using direct and proxy measurements. We present an efficient inversion technique for 1D, 2D, and 3D hydraulic properties, implemented in SimPEG, enabling large-scale inversions with modest resources.

Identifying some of the opportunities and areas of future research for the use of geophysical data for carbon mineralization.

Identifying some of the opportunities and areas of future research for the use of geophysical data for carbon mineralization.

We use our algorithm to generate an ensemble of solutions with mixed ℓp norms. In addition, we use this ensemble to estimate the suite of p values that can be used in a final inversion.

We use our algorithm to generate an ensemble of solutions with mixed ℓp norms. In addition, we use this ensemble to estimate the suite of p values that can be used in a final inversion.

overview of the software in its application to airborne electromagnetics and demonstrate its use for visualising fields and fluxes in a forward simulation, as well as its flexibility in formulating and solving the inverse problem.

overview of the software in its application to airborne electromagnetics and demonstrate its use for visualising fields and fluxes in a forward simulation, as well as its flexibility in formulating and solving the inverse problem.

Reflecting on the development of EM geophysics over the years, to enhance understanding of EM geophysics, and on its visibility and usefulness to the community.

Reflecting on the development of EM geophysics over the years, to enhance understanding of EM geophysics, and on its visibility and usefulness to the community.

Proposing a framework for organizing and implementing electromagnetic simulations and gradient-based inversions in a modular, extensible fashion.

Proposing a framework for organizing and implementing electromagnetic simulations and gradient-based inversions in a modular, extensible fashion.

Proposing a framework that supports many different types of geophysical forward simulations and deterministic inverse problems

Proposing a framework that supports many different types of geophysical forward simulations and deterministic inverse problems

This article considers the potential for open-source software and open-science practices to accelerate research in applied geophysics and thereby contribute to solutions of geoscientific problems impacting society.

This article considers the potential for open-source software and open-science practices to accelerate research in applied geophysics and thereby contribute to solutions of geoscientific problems impacting society.

Adopting a cylindrical discretization for numerical simulations to investigate three important aspects of DC resistivity in settings with steel-cased wells.

Adopting a cylindrical discretization for numerical simulations to investigate three important aspects of DC resistivity in settings with steel-cased wells.

Examining and discussing the physics of electrical and EM responses of steel-cased wells, with focus on grounded source methods.

Examining and discussing the physics of electrical and EM responses of steel-cased wells, with focus on grounded source methods.

## Presentations

Abstracts, presentations and conference proceedings

Presenting an approach for using convolutional neural networks to classify unexploded ordnance directly from time-domain electromagnetic data

Presenting an approach for using convolutional neural networks to classify unexploded ordnance directly from time-domain electromagnetic data

Revisiting numerical modelling strategies to investigate the role of various properties and complexities due to the casing, and present a modelling and inversion strategy.

Revisiting numerical modelling strategies to investigate the role of various properties and complexities due to the casing, and present a modelling and inversion strategy.

Colloquium for the Department of Physics at the University of Alberta

Colloquium for the Department of Physics at the University of Alberta

We consider a vertical wellbore and simulate time and frequency domain data on 3D cylindrical meshes.

We consider a vertical wellbore and simulate time and frequency domain data on 3D cylindrical meshes.

## Articles

A collection of research articles