Internship 6 months, Montpellier - Scientific Computing Engineer | Schlumberger

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Internship 6 months, Montpellier - Scientific Computing Engineer

Montpellier - France

Your curiosity, passion and skills in computer science, engineering and in mathematics will help invent, design, and apply technology to improve the oil and gas industry performance. Schlumberger software professionals work on digital technology disciplines such as big data, cloud technology, front-end development, high-performance computing, security, UX design, and web application.
We welcome you to join us in the challenges of marrying geoscience, computer science, data science and UX design to develop the next generation digital solutions for the O&G industry to power the earth in the most economical and ecological way!
To elaborate the industrial numerical code for building structural models of the underground with strong emphasis on uncertainty quantification. These models are essential to understand the history of the underground and its structure, enabling to find oil and gas reservoirs and drilling wells in a complex context.
  • To build a method allowing to consider the interpretation of data uncertainty, the one linked to the faults, in order to estimate the variability, it induces on the structures.
  • To do a research of bibliography to have a panoramic view of the current techniques allowing to quantify uncertainty of interpretation data.
  • To implement a new technique based on finite element approximation that allows to relax the geometrical constraints due to fault discontinuities, by introducing them as a dual field in the formulation. This allows to have a more flexible representation of the structure and to decouple the discontinuities from the space discretization.
  • To use recent results of stochastic finite elements (polynomial chaos) to study the variability of the structural models linked to the fault uncertainty.
Knowledge of statistics
Some skills in C++ will be an add on.
Strong knowledge of applied mathematics (partial differential equations, finite elements, optimization)
Strong problem-solving skills and technical judgment
Excellent English communication skills/French language is a plus
Passionate in programming and learning new skills in various domains

Schlumberger is an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or other characteristics protected by law.

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