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Laboratory of Complex Fluids and their Reservoirs
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    Jean-Paul CallotProfessor

    • TOTAL Chair of Geology
    • Scientific Advisor, E2S-UPPA consortium
    • Education
    • Responsabilities
    • Supervision
    • Publications

    Education

    Education

    2010 Habilitation à diriger des recherches: ‘Basin modelling an integrating tool in geosciences’,  Univeristé Paris VI with honours.

    2002 PhD: 'Origin, Structures and Development of volcanic margins: The Greenland case study; Mantle-Lithosphere interaction in mantle plume context'. ENS Paris, Université Paris VI Jussieu, with honours.

    1999 Master of Earth Sciences/Geodynamics (ENS-UMPC).

    1996 Assistant teacher, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

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    Professional

    2016 Professor first class, Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour

    2011 Structural Geology Chair Total UPPA.

    2011 Professor, Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour

    2003-2011 Research engineer / project leader at Institut Français du Pétrole (IFP New Energy)

    1996 Assistant teacher, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

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    Responsabilities

     Community services, UPPA

    • 2017 Elected member of the Council, Science and Technologies Energy and Environment College

    2017 Scientific advisor, Operating committee of E2S (http://e2s-uppa.eu/en/index.html)

    2016-2018 Chairman of the Research Council of Univ. Pau & Pays Adour  

    2016 Member of the Research commission, Univ. Pau & Pays Adour

    • 2015-2017 Head CGR group (Caracterisation of Geological Reservoirs), Laboratoire des Fluides Complexes et leurs Réservoirs (LFCR), UMR 5150 UPPA-CNRS-TOTAL

    2014 Member of the ED 211 council

    • 2011 Member of the Selection Comitee Geosciences

    2011-2017 Director, Petroleum Engineering master Second year, Geoscience major

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    Community services, National

    2016 Member of the CNU 35 “National Council of University, Geosciences section” 

    2011-2016 Member of the Scientific and technical direction committee of the LSBB (Rustrel, France, http://lsbb.eu

    • 2014 Co convener RST 2014 in Pau (https://rst2014-pau.sciencesconf.org)

    • Expert, HCERES

    • Expert, project review (INSU, CNRS, ISF NSF, etc.)

    • Member of selection committee (Assist. Pr. and Pr.)

    • Reviewer of papers (>45)

    • Examination/reviewer of PhD thesis/HDR (>15; >5)

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    Supervision

    1-PostDoctoral fellow / Researcher:

    • Nathalie Etheve (2018-2020 with T. Cornu): Coupling basin and lithospheric modelling.
    • Maxime Ducoux (2018-2019, with E. Masini): Thermal imprint in the Aquitaine basin.
    • Esther Izquierdo (2017-2018 with C. Aubourg): Salt tectonics inheritance in the Chainons Béarnais, E2S PostDoc position.
    • Edouard LeGarzic/Julien Babault (2017-2019, with B. Nivière & JC Ringenbach): Multimethod characterization of the Tadjik basin.
    • Charlie Kergaravat (2017-2018, with JC Ringenbach & William Vetel): Structural and kinematics of the Papua New Guinea FFTB.
    • Arnaud Arbeaumont (2009): Numerical modelling and restoration of salt domes (Beicip/IFP).
    • Nicolas Espurt (2008): Tectonic and regional modelling of the Great Bight. (MCF Cerege, Aix en Provence).
    • Daniel Rondon (2007): Modelling of salt domes (Beicip-Franlab).
    • Helga Ferket (2006): Coupling fluids, strain and kinematics in the Veracruz belt (Vita, Belgique).
    • Sylvain Grelaud (2005): Study of the Timor inversion (Schlumberger).

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    2-PhDs

    • Bruno Leclère (2017-2020, UPPA-E2S, with D. Grégoire & H. Derluyn): Crystallisation induced fracturation in deep reservoir conditions.
    • Gulce Dinc (2017-2020, UPPA-Total, with JC. Ringenbach) : Subsurface evidences and field example of mobilized clays: Shale Tectonics back on the line.
    • Naim Célini (2017-2020, UPPA-Total, with JC. Ringenbach): Salt tectonic in the Digne nappe.
    • Arthur Blouin (2017-2020, UPPA Total IFREMER with N. Sultan & P. Imbert). Making mud from stratified clays : the role of methane.
    • Geoffrey Motte (2017-2020, UPPA-Total with G. Hoareau): Dolomitisation of the Chainons Béarnais.
    • Yacine Kiche (2016-2019 Gogéoengineering-UPPA, with D. Rousset): Characterising fractures set with seismic attributes.
    • Etienne Legeay (2014-2017, UPPA-Total, with JC. Ringenbach): Géodynamique du bassin de Sivas, formation du bassin Tertiaire.
    • Alexandre Pichat (2014-2017, CIFRE UPPA-Total, with G. Hoareau): Système Sivas basin evaporites and associated diagenesis.
    • Charlie Kergaravat (2012-2015, CIFRE UPPA-Total, 60%, with JC. Ringenbach): Tectonosedimentary analysis of the Sivas mini basins.
    • Charlotte Ribes (2012-2015, CIFRE UPPA-Total, 30%,with C. Bonnel & M. Lopez): Tectonosedimentary analysis of the Sivas mini basins.
    • Julia Holzhauer (2011-2014, UPPA with C. Borde & D. Brito): Analysis of seismo-electric data: partially saturated cases.
    • Matthieu Branellec (2011-2014, UPPA-Total with B. Nivière & JC. Ringenbach): Andean front development in the Neuquen basin, link with the matrix and fracture strains.
    • Mickaël Barbier (2009-2011, IFPEN Uni. Provence, with Y. Hamon & M. Floquet, U. Provence): Coupling facies, diagenesis and fracturation: the case of the Madison platform, Wyoming (Researcher, IFP New energies).
    • Khalid Amrouch (2006-2010, IFPEN UPMC with O. Lacombe & J.M. Daniel): Microdéformation and paleostresses, the case of Sheep Mountain (Wyoming). (assistant professor, Adelaide Univ.).
    • Nicolaas Hardebol (2005-2009, IFPEN Amsterdam, Orsay, with G. Bertotti, S. CLoetingh & F. Roure): Thermomechanical modelling of the Canadian Rocky mountains (Assistant professor, Université de Delft).
    • Nadège Vilasi (2005-2009, IFPEN Leuwen, with F. Roure & R. Swennen): Fluid rock interactions during the Alabnide belt building, modélisation Ceres (Researcher, statoil then Total).
    • Salman Jahani (2005-2008 IFPEN NIOC, Cergy-Pontoise, with J. Letouzey & D. Frizon de Lamotte): Structural study of the Fars, rinteraction between salt structure and shortening (Research engineer, NIOC).

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