Alexander Sidorov

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Alexander Sidorov is a researcher at the Saint Petersburg Shell Cluster.
Alexander Sidorov
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MSc university Saint Petersburg State University


Biography

Alexander Sidorov earned a master of science degree (2006) in physics from Saint Petersburg State University in Russia and is a researcher at the Saint Petersburg Shell Cluster. He works on a Shell-sponsored project devoted to the use of tube waves for downhole reservoir surveillance. His research interest is in advanced studies of wave propagation in anisotropic and multilayered cylindrical shells.[1]

Award

In 2008, Andrey Bakulin, Alexander Sidorov, Boris Kashtan, and Mikko Jaaskelainen received an Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for their paper Real-time completion monitoring with acoustic waves.[2]

References

  1. Contributors, Geophysics Vol. 73, No. 1, pp. Z9-Z11.
  2. Bakulin, A. et. al. (2008) Real-time completion monitoring with acoustic waves, Geophysics 73(1), E15-E33.

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