Hydrography, Geophysics and Geotechnics Track: Session 2

Hydrography, Geophysics and Geotechnics Track: Session 2

Meet the speakers

Roi Santos
Head of Geoconsultancy,

Roi Soage Santos currently works at Gardline Geosciences Ltd Roi studied at Imperial College London and Roi is based in the United Kingdom.

Gareth Wood
Marine Geohazards
Discipline Lead,

A Geo-scientist with 25 years experience in offshore Site Investigation and geohazards assessment.  BSc Geology from Leicester University and MSc Marine Geotechnics from Bangor University.  Joined Geoteam-Wimpol Ltd (later Fugro Survey Ltd) in 1995 as a geophysicist gaining valuable offshore experience.  Joined BP in 2007 as a Geohazards Specialist working on O&G projects across BP’s global portfolio.  Currently responsible for Geohazards Discipline capability and strategy.

Mark Vardy
SAND Geophysics

Mark has worked on all manner of offshore projects, from inshore infrastructure developments to large-scale offshore installations, and with a broad range of clients. He specialises in the development of novel high-resolution geophysical solutions to marine near surface problems. He was a co-inventor of the 3D Chirp seismic system, has co-designed a multi-channel seismic streamer, and developed two specialist seismic software packages to provide optimal qualitative and quantitative imagery from high-resolution seismic reflection data. In particular, his development of machine learning workflows to predict geotechnical properties from seismic reflection data has garnered significant interest within the marine site survey sector.

Steve Hall
Society for Underwater Technology (SUT)

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