Simge AyferIntrepid Geophysics
Bachelor of Engineering
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Citations since 2017
5 Research Items
In the past I actively focused on Quantitative Analysis & Reservoir geophysics and 3D seismic data processing, and has been involved in the Estimation and Interpretation of gas fields by AVO Analysis. I have been working on Airborne 2.5D Inversion Processing and the Project Management/Deliverance behind it, led to planning and design improvements for the AEM workflow efficiency and AEM Inversion quality/usability.
The Tebessa region in the extreme northeastern part of the Saharan Atlas of Algeria is characterized by a succession of anticline and syncline structures, diapirs, grabens, and a thick sedimentary cover underlying the Paleozoic basement. The region constitutes a complex structural system. The extensional structures (i.e., grabens and basins) in the...
This work presents a comprehensive study based on geophysical and geological data to improve the characterization of regional multilayered reservoir systems in a complex geological setting. A combined approach, involving (a) data integration, (b) joint seismic-geological investigations, (c) mapping of reservoir surfaces and (d) 3D geological modeli...
Gravity maps for both Algeria and Australia, together with the SRTM terrain models are the starting point. Both countries have considerable Quaternary sand cover, making basement mapping more difficult. Geoscience Australia recently released isostatically corrected gravity data grids. This is a key dataset for understanding the primary structure of...