ARCEx has the pleasure of inviting collaborators, consortium members and students from relevant fields to a workshop titled “Numerical modelling in studies of continental margins and surrounding areas”, on 24th – 25th April 2019.

Time: 24-25 April 2019. Add to your calendar.
Place: Auditorium, Department of Geosciences, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Dramsvegen 201, Tromsø. Map.
Number of participants is limited to 40.
List of participants

Program

Day 1 – Wednesday 24 April

09:30-10:30 Registration and coffee

10:30-11:55 Opening and keynote talk

10:30 – 10:35Amando Lasabuda, ARCEx, UiTOpening remark by the Committee Leader
10:35 – 10:50Jan Sverre Laberg, ARCEx, UiTCenozoic uplift and erosion – where are we and where do numerical modelling come in?
10:50 – 11:30Taras Gerya, ETH Zurich
Keynote speaker
Geodynamic modeling of continental margin processes: methodology, results, challenges and future directions
11:30 – 11:55Henry Patton, CAGE, UiTReconstruction of the last Eurasian ice sheet and its environmental legacy

11:55-13:00 Lunch at Árdna, Sámi center at UiT

5 min. walk from the Department of Geosciences. Map.

13:00-14:15 Crustal dynamics 1: stretching, lithospheric and mantle dynamics

13:00 – 13:25Susanne Buiter, NGUNumerical experiments on the architecture of continental rifted margins
13:25 – 13:50Sebastien Gac, CEED, UiOCenozoic plate kinematics in the North-Atlantic and contraction in the Barents Sea: insights from numerical modelling
13:50 – 14:15Edie Miglio, Politecnico di Milano + Vår Energi / ENI A finite element code for high performance simulation of Post Glacial Rebound

14:15-14:40 Coffee break

14:40-15:55 Crustal dynamics 2 : lithosphere and tectonic stress

14:40 – 15:05Ebbe Hartz, AkerBPWhy stress stress in basin modelling and petroleum system analysis
15:05 – 15:30Andreia Plaza-Faverola, CAGE, UiTCorrelation of tectonic stress models with near-surface faulting and fluid dynamics: the west-Svalbard margin case study 
15:30 – 15:55Alfred Hanssen, ARCEx, UiTNonlinear effects in plate flexure

15:55-16:20 Coffee break

16:20-17:35 Crustal dynamics 3 : thermal and heat flow modelling

16:20 -16:45Daniel Palmowski, Schlumberger AachenThermal history of sedimentary basins – best practices towards a consistent heat flow model through geological time
16:45 – 17:10Bjorn Wygrala, Schlumberger AachenThermal modeling in connection with glacial processes and gas hydrates
17:10 – 17:35Marie Callies, Beicip-Franlab ParisThe Importance of Heat Flow Prediction in Hyper Extended Margins: Example from the Chidley Basin, Labrador

19:00 Dinner

Day 2 – Thursday 25 April

08:30-09:00 Door open and coffee

09:00-10:15 Basin modelling

09:00 – 09:25Sergei Medvedev, CEED, UiOInfluence of glacial-related processes on North Sea petroleum systems
09:25 – 09:50Alexey Deryabin, Norwegian Petroleum DirectorateEvaluation of time scales of underpressure formation in the Hoop area in the Barents Sea using analytical methods
09:50 – 10:15Rolando di Primio, Lundin NorwayPetroleum charge and leakage dynamics in the Hammerfest Basin, Barents Sea: Insights from Basin Modelling, Geophysics and Bio-Geochemistry

10:15-10:40 Coffee break

10:40-12:20 Sedimentary processes modelling

10:40 – 11:05TBA, Beicip-Franlab ParisForward Stratigraphic Modeling as a Critical Tool for Petroleum System Element Risking
11:05 – 11:30Ernst Hansen, Geo Gravity Flow ASGeological Process Modeling Software – Bedform Scale Morphodynamics and Stratigrapic Description
11:30 – 11:55Sergio Courtade, Schlumberger OsloForward Stratigraphic Modeling with GPM
11:55 – 12:20Amando Lasabuda, ARCEx, UiTMulti-source to sink and Eocene clinoform in the SW Barents Sea: a forward stratigraphic modelling (+Closing remark by the Committee Leader)

12:20 Lunch in the cantina

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