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Joseph Marsden

Joseph Marsden is a PhD student researching the interpretation of pressure and production data from unconventional reservoirs, having previously obtained an MSc in petroleum engineering with distinction at Imperial College.

Irina Kostyleva

Irina Kostyleva is a PhD student at Imperial College London. She joined the group in October 2011, holding a BSc in Mathematics from Novosobirsk State University and an MSc in Petroleum Engineering with Distinction from Heriot Watt University. Her research is in well test characterisation of shale gas reservoirs. She is currently working for KAPPA Engineering as a reservoir engineer in the UK.

Kambiz Razminia

Kambiz Razminia is a PhD student working on Multiwell Deconvolution. He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Petroleum Engineering (Reservoir Engineering) from the Petroleum University of Technology, Ahwaz, Iran.

Themistoklis Botsas

Themistoklis Botsas is a PhD student in the Department of Mathematical Sciences of Durham University. His research focuses on the development of a Bayesian approach to deconvolution in the context of well test analysis. In particular, he is working on the construction of a suitable and meaningful Bayesian framework for the deconvolution in association with Makrov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods.