Johan Robertsson

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Johan Robertsson
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Latest company Seismic Apparition GmbH
BSc Engineering Physics
PhD Geophysics
BSc university Upsala University, Sweden
PhD university Rice University

Biography 2017 [1]

Johan Robertsson received an M.Sc. from Uppsala University, Sweden, and a Ph.D. from Rice University, Houston, Texas. After graduation he spent two yearsasapostdocatETH-Zürich. He joined Schlumberger in 1996, where he spent 15 years in various R&D and management positions in Cambridge (UK), London, and Oslo.

In his last assignment with Schlumberger, he was the research director of geophysics and scientific advisor at Schlumberger Gould Research, Cambridge, UK. Since 2012, he has held the chair of applied geophysics at ETH-Zurich. He founded Seismic Apparition GmbH in 2016, where he is now the managing director. He received the Eni New Frontiers in Hydrocarbons Upstream Award in 2015, and he was awarded an ERC advanced grant from the European Union in 2016. His research interests include seismic acquisition, simultaneous source separation, wave-equation-based processing, physics of wave propagation, and full-wave-form modeling. He has held various offices with SEG, EAGE, and RAS.

Biography 2013

Johan O. A. Robertsson received an M.Sc. (1991) in engineering physics from Uppsala University, Sweden, and a Ph.D. (1994) in geophysics from Rice University. He was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Institute of Geophysics at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich in 1995–1996. In 1996, he joined Schlumberger Cambridge Research. He has held different positions at Schlumberger and WesternGeco and is now research director of geophysics at Schlumberger Cambridge Research. His research interests include theory and modeling of wave propagation, seismic interferometry, and seismic data acquisition and processing. Robertsson is an assistant editor of Geophysics and an associate editor of Geophysical Journal International. He is a member of SEG, EAGE, and AGU.

  1. (2017). ”Contributors.” GEOPHYSICS, 82(6), Z41-Z46.