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Myoung Jae Kwon

Myoung Jae KWON

Country: South Korea
Degree Program: PhD, Geophysics
E-mail: mykwon@mines.edu

Jae received his Bachelor of Science degree in geology and Master of Science degree in geophysics from Seoul National University in South Korea. His thesis topic was DC resistivity inversion with the application of reciprocity theorem. Jae worked as a geophysical engineer for several years in Korea and Libya, where he participated in many geotechnical, environmental projects. He is a recipient of the SEG scholarship.

In summer 2008, he interned at Schlumberger-Doll Research Center and then he interned with ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company in summer 2010. His current research interests are the integration of seismic and electromagnetic data and the application of inverse scattering series for CSEM. Jae's advisor is Prof. Roel Snieder.

Jae enjoys listening to music, programming, as well as reading geography and history books.


Inverse scattering series and EM data



Ranges of reference model that allow convergence


MISS converges while ISS diverges


MISS reconstructs the resistive structure while ISS does not



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