Karl Mome

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Currently enrolled in my final year of the Geophysics Specialization program at the University of Alberta. I will be graduating with a Bachelors degree in April, 2015. This academic year I am also taking part in multiple volunteering roles however, I am primarily serving as the President for the University of Alberta's Undergraduate Geophysics Society. As part of a executive committee of four, we strive to provide a superior undergraduate experience for our members through a variety of educational and social events. I have never been shy of running from a good challenge and the global demand for energy is one that I am excited to best. I am truly passionate about the Energy Industry and seek to utilize my skills in order to leave a positive mark on it.

Technical Experience

Cenovus Energy Inc.

During the summer of 2014 I had the pleasure of working at Cenovus Energy under the supervision of Marc Boulet (P. Geoph) in which I gained: Log prediction experience through multi-attribute analysis and neural networking, geobody and volumetric modeling, structural reservoir interpretation and fault mapping, 1D and 2D synthetic modeling for reservoir signature comprehension, rock physics for lithology and geomechanical comprehension.

Engineering Research Assistant at MacEwan University

Studied the role of fluid modifiers in the enhanced oil recovery process, performed simulation based inter-meshing fluid study, computer modeling of reservoir rock. Under the supervision of Dr. Jeffrey Davis, PhD, P.Eng. this research was presented at Syncrude USRI Showcase in 2012. More recently this project was presented at the ACAMP 2013 Conventional Energy Seminar, and The Western Inter-University Geoscience Conference (WIUGC) 2014.


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Professional Affiliations

Topics of interest

  • Attribute Analysis
  • Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
  • Numerical Simulations
  • Rock Physics