Sofia Davydycheva received an M.S. (1984) from the Department of Physics of the Moscow State University and a Ph.D. (1989) from the Department of Applied Mathematics from the same university. In 1989–2001, she worked at the Central Geophysical Expedition in Moscow as a geophysicist. In 2002–2008, she worked for Schlumberger, and she worked for EMGS Americas seabed-logging company later in 2008. She runs a consulting company, 3DEM Consulting, and works for Pathfinder Energy Services. Her current research interests include 3D forward modeling and inversion of resistivity data.
Sofia Davydycheva, Vladimir L. Druskin, and Tarek Habashy received 2003 Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for their paper An efficient finite-difference scheme for electromagnetic logging in 3D anisotropic inhomogeneous media.
- Contributors, GEOPHYSICS 75(1):Z12.
- Davydycheva, S. and N. Rykhlinski (2011) Focused-source electromagnetic survey versus standard CSEM: 3D modeling in complex geometries, GEOPHYSICS 76(1):F27.
- Davydycheva, S., V. L. Druskin, and T. Habashy (2003) An efficient finite-difference scheme for electromagnetic logging in 3D anisotropic inhomogeneous media, GEOPHYSICS 68(5):1525.