Geophysics Intern – Evaluate methods of multi-component fiber optics measurements (6 months)
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Fiber optics measurements in a well are limited in terms of directional sensitivity. Recent studies have shown that directional sensitivity of the fiber optics measurements can be greatly improved to provide three components at any location along the fiber. The goal of the internship is to evaluate methods of multi-component fiber optics measurements and develop lab demonstrator.
Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
The intern shall participate in the definition of the lab experiments and conduct them with support from engineering team members. The intern shall deliver an assessment of the methods of fiber optic measurements directional sensitivity improvement. This involves proposing methods and algorithms and demonstrating the results on synthetic and lab data.
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