Wenlong Wang

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Wenlong Wang

PhD candidate in The University of Texas at Dallas. Member of UT-Dallas Geophysical Consortium.

I'm currently working as an SEGwiki technical volunteer.

Email: wxw120130‐at‐utdallas.edu

Education background

PhD: 2012-present The University of Texas at Dallas

M.S.: 2010-2012 China University of Petroleum (East China)

B.S.: 2006-2010 China University of Petroleum (East China)

Internship experience

Company: Repsol USA

Project: Elastic reverse-time migration.
Job description: Designed and tested programs for elastic wavefield separation methods.
Achievements: Verified the elastic wavefield separation method in 2D Pluto and 3D SEAM models; completed the code writing and integration into software; published a paper in Geophysics.


Research interests

  • Elastic/viscoelastic P and S wavefield decomposition [1] [2]
  • Elastic vector reverse-time migration [3]
  • Elastic/acoustic wavefield up-down separation
  • Full waveform inversion

Publications

  1. Wenlong Wang, George A. McMechan, 2015, Comparison of two algorithms for isotropic elastic P and S vector decomposition, Geophysics, 80, no. 4, T147-T160.
  2. Wenlong Wang, George A. McMechan, 2015, Vector Domain P and S Decomposition in Viscoelastic Media: 85th Annual International Meeting, SEG, Expanded Abstracts, in press.
  3. Wenlong Wang, George A. McMechan, 2015, Vector-based elastic RTM: Geophysics, accepted.