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Christophe PREUX

Head of Department, Physico Chemistry of Complex Fluids and Materials
Christophe Preux graduated from the MATMECA engineering school (+ DEA in applied mathematics) (2003) before completing his doctoral thesis at the University of Bordeaux 1 in partnership with the CEA
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Julien COATLÉVEN

Research engineer in scientific computing
Julien Coatléven graduated from ENSTA (Paris) and completed his doctoral thesis in Applied Mathematics at Ecole Polytechnique (Paris) and INRIA Rocquencourt. After completing post-doctoral research at
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Rock-Eval® : to find out more

Méthodes analytiques (détails), interprétation pour l’exploration pétrolière, littérature
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Rock-Eval® 7 Sulfur: calibration and verification

Table presenting reference materials, Reference values, Analytical methods
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Rock-Eval® : Thermal analysis of rocks and soils

Rock-Eval® : history of a process, applications, the method
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Basins and reservoirs modeling and simulation oUR solutions IFPEN develops innovative underground modelling and simulation solutions, both at the scale of sedimentary basins and at the reservoir level. These different solutions can be used to manage uncertainties related to underground exploration and exploitation and to reduce risks. The results of
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Basins and reservoirs modeling and simulation oUR sTRENGHTS Over the course of many years, IFPEN has developed renowned expertise in: descriptive and quantitative geosciences, sedimentology, petrophysics, geochemistry, and geological modeling physical sciences, physical chemistry of complex materials and fluids, fluid, solid and structural mechanics, and applied mathematics (numerical methods) Information
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Basins and reservoirs modeling and simulation

Basins and reservoirs modeling and simulation overview and challenges Sedimentary basins and the geological reservoirs that lie within them contain exploitable natural resources, including hydrocarbons, minerals, water, heat, etc. Sound knowledge of sedimentary basins and reservoirs in the underground environment is essential to reduce the risks associated with operations undertaken
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Antoine FECANT

Research engineer / Project manager
Antoine Fécant holds an engineering degree from the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Chimie de Lille (2004) and a DEA (Master degree) from the University of Lille I the same year. He then obtained a PhD
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Maira ALVES FORTUNATO

Researcher in Complex Fluids / Ph.D. in Chemistry
_ Maira completed her Ph.D. thesis at the Institute for Research on Catalysis and the Environment of the University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (CNRS) and Saint-Gobain Provence Research on the catalytic