Tenice Nangoo works at S-Cube, an Imperial College Spinout company building on the pioneering research. S-Cube is known for its differentiated capability through optimisation methods for next-generation FWI technology (XWITM). As Operations Lead at S-Cube since 2019, Tenice is shaping the company's best practices for taking new algorithms from testing into commercial deployment. She is responsible for:
- creating next-generation FWI technology (XWITM) to eliminate human bias and provide a step-change in seismic imaging quality.
- delivering on the potential of XWITM to unlock untapped value for operators accessing under-explored hydrocarbon plays in deep-water sub-salt settings where conventional seismic imaging is severely limited, and tens of billions of dollars have been lost drilling dry holes.
For more details see:
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
- ↑ 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.