I was born in Athens, Greece and I have resided in the U.S. since 1984. I received B.S. (1989) and M.S. (1991) degrees in Geophysics from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and a Ph.D. (1999) in Geological Sciences from The University of Texas at Austin. My professional experience includes exploration geophysics with Mobil Oil (1991 to 1995, offshore Gulf of Mexico), Jones Energy Ltd. (1996 to 1998, Texas Panhandle and Oklahoma) and the U.S. Department of the Interior (1999 to 2003, offshore Gulf of Mexico). In 2003 I joined The University of Kansas, Department of Geology, where I am currently an Associate Professor.
Ph.D., Geological Sciences, University of Texas at Austin
M.S., Geophysics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
B.S., Geophysics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
My research interests are in applied geophysics (exploration geophysics; induced seismicity; near-surface geophysics; hydrogeophysics) and the development of ground-penetrating radar (GPR) and high-resolution seismic imaging methods. My research has focused on the geophysical characterization of the fluid-flow properties of fractured rocks, monitoring microbial processes in contaminated aquifers, geophysical imaging of polar ice sheets, application of geophysical methods to archaeology, imaging of heterogeneous carbonate aquifers and reservoir analogues, seismic characterization of Mississippian and Arbuckle reservoirs in Kansas, seismic monitoring of CO2 storage and most recently, monitoring of induced seismicity in the US midcontinent.
- Applied geophysics
- Exploration geophysics
- GPR and seismic methods
- GPR characterization of fractures and monitoring of fluid-flow
- Mass transport and heat exchange in fractured aquifers and geothermal systems
- Induced se