CoRE People

CoRE is a small team of talented, passionate, and hard-working individuals dedicated to
achieving our goals in
Research, Education, Training, and Recruiting


Leadership:

Zane Jobe

Zane Jobe, Ph.D.
Director of CoRE, Research Professor

Research Interests: Sediment transport, stratigraphic architecture, geomorphology, and scaling relationships of submarine depositional systems 

Office: 303-273-3601

Email Zane       Twitter: @ZaneJobe        Blog: off the shelf edge         Curriculum VitaePDF versionText only version


Postdoctoral Research Associates:

Lauren Shumaker, Ph.D.
Ph.D. Thesis (Stanford, 2016): Sedimentology, seismic geomorphology, and provenance investigations of deep-water deposits: Taranaki Basin, New Zealand

Research Interests: Deep water sediment transport and sedimentary basin analysis

Email Lauren          Personal website          Curriculum VitaePDF versionText only version


Current Graduate Students (alphabetically):
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Alyssa Charsky, M.S. Student
B.A. Geology, Colby College, Waterville, ME

Research Interests: Petrophysics, geomechanics, formation evaluation

Project: Integrating mineralogy, process sedimentology, and geomechanics for the development of a mechanical stratigraphy model of the Bakken Formation at Parshall Field, Williston Basin, North Dakota

Email Alyssa          LinkedIn profile

Rosemarie (Rosie) Fryer, M.S. Student
B.S. Geology, University of Texas at Austin

Research Interests: Sedimentology/stratigraphy, clastic depositional systems, submarine channel/lobe systems

Project: Bed-scale Characterization of Submarine Lobe Deposits, Point Loma Formation, California

Email Rosie

J. Clark Gilbert, Ph.D. Student
M.S. Geology, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas
B.S. Geology, Sewanee: University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee

Research Interests: Source-to-sink sediment dispersal patterns, tectonostratigraphy, basin analysis and geochronology

Project:Stratigraphic architecture and evolution of tectonic regimes, Ventura Basin, California

Email Clark

Pengfei Hou, Ph.D. Student
M.S. Paleontology & Stratigraphy, University of British Columbia, Canada
M.S. Sedimentology, China University of Geoscience, Beijing, China
B.S. Geology, China University of Geoscience, Beijing, China

Project: Stratigraphic Architecture and Depositional Environments of a Peripheral Early Foreland Basin Source-to-Sink System: the Pennsylvanian Atoka Formation, Arkansas

Email Pengfei

Mark Mikus, M.S. Student
B.S. Geology, Rice University, Houston, Texas

Research Interests: Stratigraphic architecture, Structure-from-Motion,

Project:Semi-automated lithological prediction using drone-derived 3D models

Email Mark

Luke A. Pettinga, Ph.D. Student
M.S. Geology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
B.S. Geology, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI

Research Interests: Sedimentology, stratigraphy, submarine depositional systems

Project: Scaling relationships in Submarine Depositional Environments

Email Luke

Wylie Walker, M.S. Student
B.S. Geology, University of Texas, Austin, Texas

Research Interests: Deep-water sedimentology, stratigraphic architecture

Project:Stratigraphic architecture (formation to be determined), Delaware Basin, Texas

Email Wylie

Jianqiao Wang, Ph.D. Student
M.S. Sedimentology, University of Houston, Houston, TX
B.S. Geological Engineering, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, China

Research Interests: Sedimentology and stratigraphy, mixed fluvial and carbonate depositional systems, sedimentary processes, quantitative basin analysis

Project: Fluvial Megafans: Facies, Architecture, and Reservoir Prediction

Email Jianqiao          LinkedIn Profile

 

Student Assistants:
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CoRE does not have any student assistants on staff at this time.


Former Graduate Students:
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Robert Amerman, Ph.D. 2009
Ph.D. Dissertation: Deepwater mass-transport deposits: Structure, stratigraphy, and implications for basin evolutionPDF versionText only version

 

Accepted full-time position with Noble Energy, Denver, CO

Matthew Andresen, M.S. 2015
M.S. Thesis: Three-dimensional architectural analysis of a shallow marine deltaic system in the Iles Formation, Book Cliffs, ColoradoPDF versionText only version

Accepted full-time position with Aera Energy, Bakersfield, CA

 

Olusola Bakare, M.S. 2006
M.S. Thesis: Effect of growing structures on stratigraphic evolution, channel architecture, and submarine fan distribution, Niger Delta, West AfricaPDF versionText only version

 

Chevron Employee Student, Nigerian Business Unit

Englebertus Rexi Esomar, Professional M.S. 2006

Chevron Employee Student, Indonesian Business Unit
Alexandra Fleming, M.S. 2010
M.S. Thesis: Stratigraphic architecture of lobe strata in a submarine fan setting, Point Loma Formation, CaliforniaPDF versionText only version

 

Accepted a full-time position with Chevron, Houston, TX

Grace Ford, Ph.D. 2012
Ph. D. Dissertation: Hierarchical framework and cyclicity in a fluvial-lacustrine basin-fill succession, Middle Wasatch Formation, Uinta Basin, UtahPDF versionText only version

 

Employed full-time during her studies; upon graduation, Grace was employed with Sundance Energy, Denver, CO

Gregory S. Gordon, Ph.D. 2014
Ph.D. Dissertation: Stratigraphic evolution and architectural analysis of structurally confined submarine fans: A tripartite outcrop-based studyPDF versionText only version

 

Accepted a full-time position with Aera Energy LLC, Bakersfield, CA

Matthew R. Hoffman, M.S. 2009
M.S. Thesis: Tectono-stratigraphic analysis of a deepwater growth basin, Ainsa Basin, Northern SpainPDF versionText only version

 

Accepted a full-time position with Chevron, New Orleans, LA

Mahendra Kusuma, M.S. (Geophysics) 2005
M.S. Thesis: Analysis of time-lapse p-wave seismic data from Rulison Field, ColoradoPDF versionText only version

 

Chevron Employee Student, Indonesian Business Unit

Olumide Lawal, Professional M.S. 2008

 

Chevron Employee Student, Nigerian Business Unit

Jeremiah D. Moody, Ph.D. 2014
M.S. Thesis: Effect of growth structures on slope channel architecture and facies with respect to reservoir characterization, Eocene Morillo Turbidite System (South-Central Pyrenees, Spain)PDF versionText only version
Ph.D. Dissertation: Variations in the architecture of deltaic and fluvial deposits in relation to shoreline trajectory, Eocene Escanilla and Sobrarbe Formations, SpainPDF versionText only version

Accepted a full-time position with Chevron Energy Technology Company, Houston, TX

Amy C. Moss-Russell, M.S. 2009
M.S. Thesis: The stratigraphic architecture of a prograding shelf-margin delta in outcrop, the Sobrarbe Formation, Ainsa Basin, SpainPDF versionText only version

 

Accepted a full-time position with Chevron, Houston, TX

Bradley R. Nuse, M.S. 2015
M.S. Thesis: Continuity of sandstone within fluvial channel belts: A three-dimensional study of the Cedar Mountain Formation, UtahPDF versionText only version

 

Accepted a full-time position with BHP-Billiton, Houston, TX

Kimber O'Brien, M.S. 2015
M.S. Thesis: Stratigraphic architecture of a shallow-water delta deposited in a coastal plain setting, Neslen Formation, Floy Canyon, UtahPDF versionText only version

 

Accepted a full-time position with Aera Energy, Bakersfield, CA

 

Reginald E. Onyirioha, M.S. 2007
M.S. Thesis: Interpretation of shoreface and incised valley fill deposits in Gbokoda A-04 and A-05 reservoirs, Niger Delta, NigeriaPDF versionText only version

 

Chevron Employee Student, Nigerian Business Unit

Henrikus Panjaitan, M.S. 2006
M.S. Thesis: Sand-body dimensions in outcrop and subsurface, Lower Williams Fork Formation, Piceance Basin, ColoradoPDF versionText only version

 

Chevron Employee Student, Indonesian Business Unit

Jesse Pisel, Ph.D. 2015
Ph.D. Thesis: Multi-scale stratigraphic and statistical analysis of allogenic and autogenic controls on fluvial systemsPDF versionText only version

 

Accepted a full-time position with Media Migration Services, Anchorage, AK

 

Hathaiporn "Goi" Samorn, M.S. 2006
M.S. Thesis: Fluvial reservoir architecture from near-surface 3D seismic data, block B8/32, Gulf of ThailandPDF versionText only version

 

Chevron Employee Student, Southeast Asia Business Unit

Kassandra L. Sendziak, M.S. 2013
M.S. Thesis: Stratigraphic architecture and avulsion deposits of a low net-sand content fluvial succession: Lower Wasatch Formation, Uinta BasinPDF versionText only version

 

Accepted a full-time position with Andarko, Denver, CO

Prianto Setiawan, M.S. 2009
M.S. Thesis: Architectural elements and facies distribution along an actively growing deepwater basin margin, Eocene Morillo Stratigraphic Unit, Ainsa Basin, SpainPDF versionText only version

 

Chevron Employee Student, Indonesian Business Unit

Henri Silalahi, M.S. 2009
M.S. Thesis: Stratigraphic architecture of slope deposits associated with prograding margins, Sobrarbe Formation, Ainsa Basin, SpainPDF versionText only version

 

Chevron Employee Student, Indonesian Business Unit

Jane G. Stammer, Ph.D. 2014
M.S. Thesis: Geochemical and mineralogical analysis of the Chukar Footwall gold deposit, northeastern Nevada
Ph.D. Dissertation: Hydrodynamic fractionation of minerals and textures in submarine fans: Quantitative analysis from outcrop, experimental, and subsurface studiesPDF versionText only version

Accepted a full-time position with Chevron Energy Technology Company, Houston, TX

 

 
 

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