Alexandre Bertrand holds an MSc in Geophysics from EOST (University of Strasbourg, France) and a PhD from Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh Time-Lapse Project), where he studied the impact of seawater velocity changes on 4D seismic data.
From 2004 to 2008 he worked as Reservoir Geophysicist and Reservoir Services Manager for Geotrace both in the UK and in Norway, where he developed tools for inversion and 4D interpretation. Since 2008 he has worked for ConocoPhillips Norge and is now responsible for processing and quantitative analysis of Ekofisk LoFS data.
Bertrand is a member of EAGE and SEG, and served as member of First Break editorial board (2006-2013).
Best Paper in Geophysics 2013: Michael Warner, Andrew Ratcliffe, Tenice Nangoo, Joanna Morgan, Adrian Umpleby, Nikhil Shah, Vetle Vinje, Ivan Štekl, Lluís Guasch, Caroline Win, Graham Conroy, Alexandre Bertrand received Best Paper in Geophysics Award for their paper Anisotropic 3D full-waveform inversion.
- Lecture Biography. Permanent Seismic Monitoring: The Ekofisk LoFS (Life of Field Seismic) After Three Years. European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers.
- SEG Honors and Awards Ceremony in Official Program and Exhibitors Directory, SEG Denver 26-31 October 2014 p.36-49.
- Michael Warner, Andrew Ratcliffe, Tenice Nangoo, Joanna Morgan, Adrian Umpleby, Nikhil Shah, Vetle Vinje, Ivan Štekl, Lluís Guasch, Caroline Win, Graham Conroy, and Alexandre Bertrand (2013). Anisotropic 3D full-waveform inversion, 78(2), R59-R80.