Andrew graduated from Texas A&M University in December 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geophysics. While at Texas A&M, Andrew participated in undergraduate research involving potential field geophysics and three-dimensional tsunami modeling using GPUs. He held an internship with Devon Energy and two internships with Newfield Exploration as a geophysicist. Andrew accepted a full-time offer to work at Newfield Exploration as a geophysicist upon completion of his Masters degree at the Colorado School of Mines.
Andrew’s hobbies include: running, swimming, cycling, ultimate frisbee, hiking, snowboarding, and cooking.
Andrew is currently working on automatically registering well logs to seismic data. This will help reduce the human error and the time consumption of tying well logs to seismic data, and may have potential impacts in post-stack time to depth conversion. He is also interested in various other seismic exploration topics including inversion, interpretation tools, and problems related to seismic image processing.
Automatically tying well logs to seismic using dynamic time warping