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PhD - Geophysics Stanford University - 1995
MSc - Geophysics University of British Columbia - 1989
BSc Hons. - Geophysics and Astronomy University of British Columbia - 1986
Dr. David E. Lumley is a Professor of Earth Sciences, and Physics, and Department Head, at The University of Texas at Dallas; he is the Cecil & Ida Green Endowed Chair in Geophysics, and Director of the 3D+4D Seismic Imaging & Inversion Lab. David was previously Professor, Chair in Geophysics, and founding Director of the Center for Energy Geoscience, jointly appointed to the School of Physics, and School of Earth & Environment, at the University of Western Australia. David has also held academic positions at Stanford and USC, and has served as an Advisor to the US National Academy of Sciences. Prof Lumley has been a Principal Investigator for over $135 Million in competitive research grants, and co-authored over 150 peer-reviewed journal papers and expanded conference abstracts, including Geophysical Research Letters, JGR Solid Earth, Geophysical Journal International, and Geophysics, resulting in 3,600+ citations, an h-index of 29, and eight (8) Best Paper awards to date. He has been the recipient of several awards and honors, including SEG's inaugural J. Clarence Karcher Award for his pioneering contributions to the development of 4D Time-Lapse Seismology, and has served as a Distinguished Lecturer and Instructor for four (4) separate scientific societies. Dr. Lumley has a PhD in Geophysics from Stanford University, and BSc (Hons) and MSc degrees in Geophysics & Astronomy at the University of British Columbia. David’s management experience includes academic positions as Director of Research Centers, and Department Head; and industry positions as founder and leader of the 4D Seismic research group at Chevron, and founder and CEO of 4th Wave Imaging Corp (a technology startup company purchased by Fugro in 2007). David’s expertise is wave-theoretic imaging and inversion, especially 3D seismic imaging, 4D time-lapse monitoring, and inverse theory estimation of physical properties in the earth and oceans, combining innovative physics, mathematics and high performance computing. His research interests include wavefield data recorded with 'Large N' sensor arrays, using manmade sources, or natural sources such as earthquakes and ambient seismic noise. Applications include earth energy resources, subsurface fluid flow, CO2 injection and storage, natural and induced earthquake seismicity, tectonics, and astrophysical gravitational waves; covering a broad range of scales including the near-surface “critical zone”, oceans, sediments, reservoirs, and crust to mantle.
Enhanced Wolfcamp Shale Permeability Estimation Based on Statistical Rock Physics Analysis 2022 - Other
Estimation of micro-earthquake source locations based on full adjoint P and S wavefield imaging 2021 - Journal Article
Nonrepeatability effects on time-lapse 4D seismic full-waveform inversion for ocean-bottom node data 2021 - Journal Article
Long-Term Seismic Monitoring of CO2 Sequestration Projects for 50-100 Years 2021 - Other
Archiving and Sharing Legacy Exploration Seismic Data: Opportunities and Challenges 2021 - Other