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Philipp Tesch
Philipp Tesch
Phone:
(979) 845-2451
Fax:
(979) 845-6162
Email:
ptesch@tamu.edu
Office:
Halbouty 55
Address:

108 Halbouty Building

3115 TAMU

College Station, TX 77843


Degrees:

2017 (expected)

Ph.D. Geology, Texas A&M University (current GPA: 4.00/4.00)

Thesis: 3D Quantification of Architectural Variability and Delineation of their Controls in Carbonate Clinoform Systems - An Integration of Seismic, Well Log, Outcrop and Core Data.

Committee: Mike Pope, Bobby Reece, Juan Carlos Laya, Walt Ayers

 

2007 – 2011

B.Sc. Geological Sciences, Free University of Berlin

B.Sc. Thesis: Stable Isotope Analysis and Petrographic Description of the Scandinavian Alum Shale

Awards:
  • James E. Hooks Memorial Grant (AAPG Grants in Aid), 2016
  • National Scholarship (American Institute of Professional Geologists), 2016
  • IAS Travel Grant (International Association of Sedimentologists), 2016
  • College of Geosciences Scholarship (Texas A&M University), 2016
  • #2 Student Poster Presentation, 2016 Texas A&M Berg-Hughes Symposium
  • Berg-Hughes Fellowship (Texas A&M University), Summer 2016
  • Berg-Hughes / Aramco Fellowship (Texas A&M University), academic year 2015/16
  • Berg-Hughes / Tom Kelly Fellowship (Texas A&M University), academic year 2014/15
  • #2 Student Poster Presentation, 2015 Texas A&M Berg-Hughes Symposium
  • #2 Student Oral Presentation, 2015 Texas A&M Geology & Geophysics Departmental Research Symposium
Courses:

GEOP 629 – Seismic Interpretation

GEOL 491 – Undergraduate Research

GEOL 101 – Principles of Geology


Links:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/philipp-tesch-80a98b78/

Philipp Tesch

Graduate Student

Research Interests

My research is at the intersection of carbonate sedimentology and applied geophysics with focus on carbonate ramp architecture.

Selected Publications

PATENTS & PUBLICATIONS

  • Tesch, P., Reece, R., Pope, M. Quantification and 3D Modeling of Architectural Variability and Controls in an Eocene – Mid Miocene Carbonate Ramp, Browse Basin, Australia. (in prep for submission to Marine and Petroleum Geology)
  • US 20140076632 A1 Method to Predict Overpressure Uncertainty from Normal Compaction Trendline Uncertainty. Issued March 20, 2014. S. Wessling, A. Bartetzko, P. Tesch.
  • Wessling, S., Bartetzko, A., Tesch, P. 2013. Quantification and Visualization of Uncertainty in a Multi-Stage/Multi-Parameter Pore Pressure Modelling Workflow from Geophysical Well Logs. Geophysics 78 (3), WB101–WB112. doi: 10.1190/geo2012-0402.1.

CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS & PRESENTATIONS

  • Tesch, P., Yeap, W.J., Kvinta, K., Sullivan, G., Pope, M., Reece, R. 2016. Effect of Diagenesis on Carbonate Ramp Architecture, Last Chance Canyon, New Mexico. AAPG ICE 2016.
  • Tesch, P., Pope, M., Reece, R. 2016. 3D Quantification of Carbonate Ramp Architectural Variability and Controls, Last Chance Canyon, NM. AAPG ACE 2016.
  • Tesch, P., Pope, M., Reece, R. 2016. Quantification and 3D Modeling of Architectural Variability and Controls in an Eocene – Mid Miocene Carbonate Ramp, Browse Basin, Australia. AAPG ACE 2016.
  • Tesch, P., Pope, M., Reece, R. 2015. Quantification of Architectural Variability and Controls in an Eocene –Mid Miocene Carbonate Ramp, Browse Basin, Australia. Texas A&M Berg-Hughes Symposium.
  • Dillman, D., Yeap, W.J., Sheftall, S., Kvinta, K., Sullivan, G., Tesch, P., Pope, M. 2015. Quantifying Carbonate Ramp Architectural Variability and Controls in 3D, Last Chance Canyon, NM - Preliminary Field Results Texas A&M Berg-Hughes Symposium.
  • Tesch, P., Pope, M., Reece, R. 2015. Clinoform Architecture Variations and their Controls in an Eocene-Oligocene Carbonate Ramp, Browse Basin, Australia. AAPG ACE 2015.
  • Tesch, P., Pope, M., Reece, R. 2015. Architecture Variations and their Controls in Carbonate Clinoform Systems. Texas A&M Geology & Geophysics Departmental Research Symposium.
  • Wessling, S., Bartetzko, A., Tesch, P. 2013. Calibrating Automated Event Detection Algorithms for Real-Time Wellbore Stability Applications. 2013 IADC/SPE Drilling Conference and Exhibition.
  • Tesch, P. & Wessling, S. 2012. Evaluation of Methods to Quantify Pore Pressure Uncertainty from Geophysical Well Logs. 74th EAGE Conference & Exhibition incorporating SPE EUROPEC 2012. Extended Abstract B015.
  • Tesch, P. & Wessling, S. 2012. Sensitivity Study of Pore Pressure Uncertainty Quantification Methods from Geophysical Well Logs. 2012 DGG Annual Meeting. BL-4.002.
  • Bartetzko, A., Wessling, S., Tesch, P., Lautenschläger, U. 2012. Uncertainty Associated with Real-Time Pore Pressure Modeling. 2012 SPE/SEG Joint Workshop.

Additional Information

Advisor: Mike Pope & Bobby Reece
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