PhD projects: Past and present

The ITI GeoT is founded on a strong commitment to training the next generation of international leaders for a decarbonised future.

Current students:

Rémi Fiori, 2021-2024, Optimising monitoring networks
for induced seismicity detection in an urban context: application
to the development of deep geothermal energy (Co-financed by the LabEx G-eau-thermie Profonde and ADEME)

Weiwei Shu, 2020-2023, Analogical modelling of frictional slip on faults: implications for induced and triggered seismicity (Financed by the China Scholarship Council)

Qinglin Deng, 2019-2022,  Multi-scale hydro-mechanical behaviour of rough fracture: implications for EGS reservoir stimulation  (Financed by the China Scholarship Council)

Kamel Drif, 2019-2022, Development of advanced microseismic monitoring and machine learning tools for enhanced geothermal systems (EGS) (Financed by INERIS)

Dariush Javani, 2018-2021, Modelling P-wave velocity variations related to aseismic slip in a fractured reservoir (Financed by Total)

Rike Köpke, 2017-2020, Induced seismicity localisation at Rittershoffen (Co-financed by the LabEx G-eau-thermie Profonde and KIT)

Carole Glaas, 2017-2020, Permeability, hydrothermal alteration, and electrical logs of fractured deep geothermal reservoirs (Financed by a CIFRE scholarship, in partnership with ES Géothermie)

Former LabEx G-eau-thermie PhD students

You can find a list of former PhD students here.