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'''Zhaohui Yang''' joined Shell in January 2013 after earning a Ph.D. in geophysics (focus on [[earthquake seismology]]) from University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and working as a Research Fellow in University of Colorado at Boulder. She is currently working on [[4D seismic]] research. Her research interests include novel 4D seismic sources and receivers, 4D seismic [[survey design]], 3D/4D data processing, microseismic monitoring, and [[seismic imaging]].
  
 
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Zhaohui Yang
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Zhaohui Yang joined Shell in January 2013 after earning a Ph.D. in geophysics (focus on earthquake seismology) from University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and working as a Research Fellow in University of Colorado at Boulder. She is currently working on 4D seismic research. Her research interests include novel 4D seismic sources and receivers, 4D seismic survey design, 3D/4D data processing, microseismic monitoring, and seismic imaging.

Best Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting 2013

Albena A. Mateeva, Jeff Mestayer, Zhaohui Yang, Jorge L. Lopez, Peter Wills, James E. Roy, and Todd Brown received the 2013 Best Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting award for their paper Dual-well 3D VSP in deepwater made possible by DAS.[1]


References

  1. (2015) ”SEG 2014 Honors and Awards Citations.” SEG 2014 Honors and Awards Citations, THE LEADING EDGE 34(1), p. 34. http://dx.doi.org/10.1190/tle34010012.1

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