[eb-grad-students] CERSE News - March/April 2017

Agata Bogucka abogucka at mines.edu
Tue May 2 15:18:41 MDT 2017

The latest news from CERSE at Mines.
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Mines celebrates innovation and entrepreneurship

Mines held its second annual Innovation Competition this year, sponsored by Newmont Mining Corporation. A celebration was held on April 13, 2017 where the winners were announced.

The Vader Technologies team with CERSE Dean Graves (left) and PE Teaching Professor Linda Battalora.

Team Exotech took first place and the $25,000 grand prize for an exoskeleton that protects and supports a mine worker’s arms, legs and spine —the idea came out of mechanical engineering student Peter Wilson’s suggestion that they “build an Iron Man suit.”

Vader Technologies received $2,500 and the award for "Most Market-Ready" for a lightweight and comfortable respirator that’s an improvement on current devices. Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Teaching Assistant Professor Greg Rulifson advised the team, which is made up of petroleum engineering students Dania Elmadhun, Fadhila Tanjungsari, Khadija Uzzaman and Carlos Perdomo-Correa.

Team PipeWalker was named "Most Innovative" and received $2,500 for its proposal for a device that detects stresses, leaks and breaks in pipelines. The interdisciplinary team included CERSE geophysical engineering student Iker Madera along with Zachary Brand, John Oldland, Max Sweeney and Jenna Lucas. The team was advised by Petroleum Engineering Teaching Professor Linda Battalora.

“Just knowing Mines’ quality of faculty, the creativity of its students and our connections with industry, there’s no reason we can’t be an entrepreneurship and innovation powerhouse,” said Mines President Paul Johnson.

Read the full story<http://mines.us11.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=c1f9d8475e&e=90f7d1af73> on Mines Newsroom.

IBA team advanced to international competition

Colorado School of Mines took first place in the Rocky Mountain section of the Imperial Barrel Award Program<http://mines.us11.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=ea643c7390&e=90f7d1af73> Competition, a contest where graduate students in geoscience evaluate a location for oil drilling, making them one of 12 teams to advance to the IBA 2017 Worldwide Competition.

[The 2017 Colorado School of Mines IBA team. Left to right: Lauren Bane, Brittany Abbuhl, Sebastian Cardona, Jacquelyn Daves, Matthew Huels.]<http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=d9f8c8dc88&e=90f7d1af73>

The 2017 Colorado School of Mines IBA team. Left to right: Lauren Bane, Brittany Abbuhl, Sebastian Cardona, Jacquelyn Daves, Matthew Huels.

More than 250 teams from over 50 countries around the world participate in the competition each year, organized by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, with one winner from each of the 12 AAPG sections chosen. After their victory on March 4, 2017, the Mines team traveled o the AAPG’s Annual Convention and Exhibition in Houston, Texas, for the international contest on April 1.

This year’s team was unique in that it was interdisciplinary. It included geology and geological engineering students Lauren Bane, Brittany Abbuhl, Sebastian Cardona and Matthew Huels, and geophysics student Jacquelyn Daves. Geology and Geological Engineering Professor Steve Sonnenberg was the team’s advisor.

“This competition has exposed me to a side of petroleum geology that I would normally never see in academia,” said Abbuhl, who is working toward a master’s in geology. “

This was Mines' sixth time competing in the international competition, having placed third three times, including in 2016<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=530d54e842&e=90f7d1af73>. In this year's international competition, Mines finished fourth.

Read the full story<http://mines.us11.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=cebd89ae01&e=90f7d1af73> on Mines Newsroom.

Mines AAPG Student Chapter named best in the nation

The Colorado School of Mines Student Chapter of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists was chosen as the 2017 Outstanding Domestic Student Chapter<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=8f5ed89245&e=90f7d1af73> during AAPG’s 100th Anniversary Annual Convention and Exhibition.

[Mines AAPG Student Chapter members hold their award check. Left to right: Joshua Payne, Chapter President; Elizabeth Wilson, Treasurer; Julia Peacodk, Vice President; Mark Hansford.]<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=e749c91888&e=90f7d1af73>
Mines AAPG Student Chapter members hold their award check. Left to right: Joshua Payne, Chapter President; Elizabeth Wilson, Treasurer; Julia Peacock, Vice President; Mark Hansford, Secretary.

ACE 2017<http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=c77e6c866a&e=90f7d1af73> was held April 2 to 5 in Houston, Texas, with the chapter’s high honor being awarded at the Student Reception on April 3. Several speakers were there to address the student chapters, including AAPG President Paul W. Britt.

Chapter President Joshua Payne, a master’s student in geology, couldn’t be more proud. “Personally, as a student of the science and a great beneficiary of the opportunities and resources available through AAPG and its rich history, there is no higher honor at this stage of my career,” he said. Payne went on to boast about his fellow chapter members, noting the “exceptional character and leadership of each of the members.”

“This is a reflection on the overall culture that is inherent to Colorado School of Mines, one of integrity, innovation, success and a will to never give up."

Read the full story<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=4ca5410642&e=90f7d1af73> on Mines Newsroom.

Petroleum engineering students take 1st in SPE HSSE-SR competition

Colorado School of Mines petroleum engineering students took first place in the Student Challenge Contest held as part of the 2017 Society of Petroleum Engineers Health, Safety, Security, Environment, and Social Responsibility (HSSE-SR)—North America Conference<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=0d1e51d9b9&e=90f7d1af73>, held April 18-20 in New Orleans.
[Members of the Mines team with Laura Johnson, training and development manager for safety, security, health, and environment at ExxonMobil (far right). Students from left: Zak Hartman, Danika Ahoor, Connally Reid, Emilio Gonzalez, James Blaney, Joe Brady. Photo credit: Adam Wilson, SPE.]<http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=834f80326f&e=90f7d1af73>

Members of the Mines team with Laura Johnson, training and development manager for safety, security, health, and environment at ExxonMobil (far right). Students from left: Zak Hartman, Danika Ahoor, Connally Reid, Emilio Gonzalez, James Blaney, Joe Brady. Photo credit: Adam Wilson, SPE.

The quiz-style contest tested university students’ knowledge in HSSE-SR topics, with teams competing in thought-provoking challenges as well as lightning-round-style questions. Mines excelled in all three categories where points were awarded, beating the second-place team from Oklahoma State University 180 to 158 in the final score.

This was the third year of the Student Challenge Contest, sponsored this year by ExxonMobil. Other participating teams were Louisiana State University, University of Oklahoma, Stephen F. Austin State University and Texas Tech University.

Mines promotes women in STEM

[The Geophysics department used a watermelon as a model for the Earth to demonstrate small-scale earthquakes.]<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=0124ab3bd5&e=90f7d1af73>A group of faculty and students from the Colorado School of Mines partnered with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Early College in Denver to promote women in STEM on Saturday, April 15.

Volunteers from Petroleum Engineering, Geophysics and Mining Engineering, among others, set up presentations and demonstrations where girls of all ages were able to experiment and learn more about the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.

Activities included drilling for oil—aka maple syrup—with the Petroleum Engineering Department, and mining for chocolate chips from cookies with the Mining Department.. The Geophysics Department demonstrated small-scale earthquakes using a watermelon as a model for Earth.

Read the full story<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=2a278d24da&e=90f7d1af73> on Mines Newsroom.

Dean's Message

Great programs attract great students and faculty!  This newsletter focuses on great students and the faculty that support the activities that excite them.

Activities are not limited to an age group or a department/division.  The sophomore petroleum engineering students used campus makerspaces<http://mines.us11.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=1ac7a2dc0d&e=90f7d1af73> to build 3-D models of an anticline in Texas that has been producing oil, gas, and of course, water since the 1940’s.

The geology and geological engineering undergraduate and graduate students competed for best research as judged by faculty and industry.

While both of these are examples of student commitment in their respective majors, you will also see broader passions explored.

Petroleum students took first place in a “trivia bowl” about health, safety, security, environment and social responsibility while geophysics, mining and petroleum students participated in a Denver event to promote women in STEM.

A petroleum team won the Newmont sponsored Innovation Competition for most “market-ready” technology for mine safety, and a master’s student in GE is working in Guatemala to help mitigate landslide risks.

The common thread is each of these success stories is teamwork.  CERSE is educating students to solve complex earth, energy, and environment problems that are multi-dimensional, complex and need teamwork to be solved.

Dr. Ramona M. Graves
Dean, College of Earth Resource Sciences and Engineering

Recent Events

SPE Annual Joint Session brings SPE President Janeen Judah to Mines

The Colorado School of Mines chapter of the Society of Petroleum Engineers hosted its annual Joint Session on April 12, 2017, bringing together Mines students, faculty, alumni and oil and gas industry professionals from across Colorado.
[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc/_compresseds/f62def18-c323-4a9e-b948-6b7ac5f8d630.jpg]<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=be478922be&e=90f7d1af73>The speaker this year was SPE International President Janeen Judah, who spoke to the bustling Friedhoff Hall audience about current trends in the industry and gave career advice for those looking to enter the field.

“Joint Session is essentially when the ‘Petro Mafia’ gets together from across Colorado to eat, drink and network with Mines students,” said Alexandra Susich, junior in petroleum engineering and director of this year’s Joint Session. “Having an SPE president—two out of the three years we've put on Joint Session here at Mines—reflects how well-respected Mines is by the industry.”

Judah highlighted current trends in the oil and gas industry, focusing on the “Big 3”: big data, automation and robotics, and visualization and simulation. She encouraged students to get involved with these latest technologies to stay up to speed with the evolving industry.

Read the full story <http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=6934e196e5&e=90f7d1af73> on Mines Newsroom.

Geology department holds annual research fair

The Department of Geology and Geological Engineering held its annual on February 23, 2017. Students from the Department of Geophysics were also invited to participate. The event, sponsored by ConocoPhillips, gave students a chance to present their research to a panel of judges consisting of Mines faculty as well as members of industry and more.

Winners from eight categories were chosen:

A: Undergraduate - Allan Foster

B: Geophysics Masters - James Johnson

C: Economic Geology Masters - Emily Gentry

D: Geological Engineering Master - Cole Rosenbaum

E: Hydrology Masters - Kenneth Bird

F: Petroleum/Soft Rock Masters - Sarah King

G: Pre-Candidacy PhD - Sankhaneel Sinha

H: PhD Candidates - Jianquiao Wang

The winning PhD candidate Jianquiao Wang will present her research at a Van Tuyl lecture in the Fall.

See all of the photos<http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=96eb27df51&e=90f7d1af73> on Flickr.

Students compete in biannual Hildreth Unit modeling contest

On March 22, 2017, CERSE Dean Ramona Graves held her annual Hildreth Unit Modeling Competition as part of her PEGN 308: Reservoir Rock Properties course.

Students are tasked with creating creative (and scientifically accurate!) interpretations of the Hildreth oil field in Montague County, Texas. Once required criteria are met, student models are eligible to earn extra credit based on other elements such as creativity and uniqueness.

This year, there was a tie for 1st place. Alex Fojtasek, Sara Moravits and Jeston Thompson were one of the 1st place teams, with a working model of the oil field.

The other 1st place winners were Etaf Alghunaim, Sarah Alruwayi and Yanshan Guo for their creative and humorous model which included a photoshopped photo of Dean Graves overseeing the operations.

3rd place went to Turki Al-Abri, Mohammed Al-Rahbi and Muadh Rashid Nasser Al-Lamki for a leather-bound book, with the Hildreth model made out of metal inside.

See all of the photos<http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=1774fbf869&e=90f7d1af73> on Flickr.

Author of "The Frackers" comes to Mines

A journalist who wrote a book about the little-told history of hydraulic fracturing and how it impacted the energy industry in the US and beyond addressed the Colorado School of Mines chapter of the American Association of Drilling Engineers at their spring keynote event March 16, 2017.

[Zuckerman speaks to full house about his book.]<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=2761177dc8&e=90f7d1af73>

Gregory Zuckerman, a writer for the Wall Street Journal, discussed his book “The Frackers,” and people like George Mitchell, Harold Hamm, Mark Papa and Aubrey McClendon, all of whom played a major role in the development of hydraulic fracturing and the rise of natural gas, which he calls a massive “geopolitical revolution.” All this was in the midst of the “peak oil” crisis of the early 2000s, when it was widely believed that the U.S. was on the verge of running out of oil and gas.

“[Petroleum Engineering students listen to Zuckerman's talk.]The rise of hydraulic fracturing in the United States has significantly changed the oil and gas industry,” said petroleum engineering student Steve Benfield, president of the Mines AADE chapter. “We wanted to bring in Mr. Zuckerman to describe the against-the-odds story of a few individuals who were willing to risk it all for success.”

Read the full story<http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=403e82fcfc&e=90f7d1af73> on Mines Newsroom, and watch the video of Zuckerman’s entire talk on Facebook here<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=16441bc400&e=90f7d1af73>.

Faculty News

        [https://gallery.mailchimp.com/446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc/images/3b1418b7-4de3-432b-b1ba-198e96dd0028.jpg] <http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=fee7a5606b&e=90f7d1af73>
Alfred "Bill" Eustes, associate professor of petroleum engineering is the 2017 recipient of the Ross Kastor Educator's Award.

Given by the Petroleum Division of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, this award recognizes dedication to improving engineering and science awareness for students and the enhancement of education for future leaders.

The award will be presented at the division's Annual Awards Dinner on May 1, 2017.

Manika Prasad, professor of petroleum engineering, was awarded Honorary Membership to the Geophysical Society of Houston for distinguished contributions to the geophysical profession.

The Society recognized Prasad’s impacts in rock physics and rock mechanics including:
·         Acoustic properties of heavy oils and heavy oil reservoirs
·         Contributions to the research produced by the Center for Rock Abuse Fluids Consortium
·         Seismic techniques in unconventional shale reservoirs through the OCLASSH Consortium.
The award will be presented at a Honors and Awards Banquet on May 4th in Houston.


Student News

David LaPorte, a master’s student in the Department of Geology and Geological Engineering, is working to help mitigate landslide risk in communities in Guatemala thanks to a Fulbright grant.

“These settlements are built on the slopes of steep ravines and are populated by the area’s most economically vulnerable population,” explained LaPorte, whose ultimate goal is to help those who have little choice but to live in at-risk areas by studying ways to better manage these natural hazards.

Read the full story<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=194c1cc9e0&e=90f7d1af73> on Mines Newsroom.

Colorado School of Mines graduate students with the best research presentations were recognized at the annual Graduate Research and Discovery Symposium (GRADS), held April 6-7, 2017, in the Student Center on campus. The event was organized by the Graduate Student Government.

The following students from CERSE were honored during the awards ceremony April 7.[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/8ceab0d34c6395c8988c913dc/images/8cb4e02d-0441-4223-aa70-a2e7c97c387d.jpg]<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=6aadc749dd&e=90f7d1af73>
Poster Presentations

College of Earth Resource Sciences and Engineering

1st place: Jake Utley (Department of Geophysics) , “Time-Lapse Seismic Inversion to Observe Stimulation and Production Effects”
2nd place: Erin Bessette-Kirton (Department of Geology and Geological Engineering), “Landslide Structures and Dynamics Derived from Satellite Imagery of the 2016 Lamplugh Glacier Rock Avalanche, Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska

Oral Presentations

Civil Engineering: Seismic I: Alena Grechishnikova (Department of Geophysics), “Integration of New Technologies for Fracture Models. An Unconventional Niobrara Outcrop Case Study
Applied Computation: Zhijian "Julian" Liu (Department of Petroleum Engineering), “Modelling Sloughing of Gas Hydrate Deposits in Subsea Pipelines Using a Finite Element Numerical Approach”

Read more about GRADS and see all the winners from Mines on Newsroom<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=42e423c6ac&e=90f7d1af73>.

Alumni News

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc/images/8caaeefc-884d-495d-8057-d6835bb56588.jpg]<http://mines.us11.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=d610a9bf83&e=90f7d1af73>Geophysical engineering alum Georgianna Zelenak '13 recently took a job as Science Operations Coordinator for SEA Semester, a non-profit educational institution focused on environmental studies and the world’s oceans.

Zelenak she participated in a trip with SEA Semester after graduating high schooll, assisting with oceanographic research while learning to sail a tall ship. Little did she know that she would come full circle and get a dream job with the same organization years later.

Read the full story <http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=bd563bb0d1&e=90f7d1af73> on Mines Newsroom.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc/images/63291a98-0778-41c1-a1f4-5655004a1d5e.jpg]<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=b441932f31&e=90f7d1af73>Recent Colorado School of Mines mining engineering alumnus Brandon Gill '15 was featured in the "Voices" section of CIM Magazine, a publication of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum.

Gill speaks on the critical role of millennials in the mining sector, and how the innovation of technology will lead the future.

Read more<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=288189f2a8&e=90f7d1af73> on Mines Newsroom.

Other News

Mines EMCIS assists<http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=654f7e91bc&e=90f7d1af73> in rescue of a hiker on North Table Mountain
Mines Petroleum Engineering Department achieves high ranks<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=fffc1840d0&e=90f7d1af73> from US News and World Report 2017 College Rankings
Mines ranked #1 in the world<http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=6d5821bb84&e=90f7d1af73> for mining engineering
Golden Transcript features <http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=60cffd6042&e=90f7d1af73> Mines High Grade 2017 Release Party
Students Give Back to Golden <http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=58067a79ba&e=90f7d1af73> at the Helluva Service Event
Mines' SWE section honored<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=bf2015e164&e=90f7d1af73> at regional conference
Mines ranked first for value<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=d3c945a931&e=90f7d1af73> among Colorado colleges
Mines to host tech primer<http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=9e326785d1&e=90f7d1af73> for economists, social scientists
  *   ConocoPhillips & WE2ST Center debut<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=2c4a37b0f7&e=90f7d1af73> video

CERSE in the News

BASF teams up with Mines UC&T<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=9f8ae30ecb&e=90f7d1af73> for Seattle tunnel project
Colorado Geological Survey gives insight<http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=983104e424&e=90f7d1af73> into recent Colorado earthquakes
Reservoir Characterization Project research featured<http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=65e6532bd0&e=90f7d1af73> in E&P magazine
Economics and Business s<http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=e242be9b13&e=90f7d1af73>tudents <http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=e2ed29775e&e=90f7d1af73> examine<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=2ac130917c&e=90f7d1af73> possible effects of Trump infrastructure program
CERSE Dean Graves gives insight<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=9d6d895d03&e=90f7d1af73> into laser drilling technologies
Davis contributes<http://mines.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=45ec26bf6d&e=90f7d1af73> to Minnesota Public Radio story on PolyMet mine
EMCIS' Collin Smith gives insight<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=e31a371d86&e=90f7d1af73> into new safety technology
Lange contribute<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=09546c0fbc&e=90f7d1af73>s<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=752f766497&e=90f7d1af73> to New York Times story on coal market
Eggert testifies<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=3fccb9419f&e=90f7d1af73> at Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources oversight hearing
Carbone contributes<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=c9f06f9d2a&e=90f7d1af73> to CBC story on oil downturn’s effect on Canada’s budget
Walls addresses<http://mines.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=446f5be043a0ebaf011ac4efc&id=0480779a19&e=90f7d1af73> oil industry job growth

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