Researcher Profile

Jackson School of Geosciences

Xinming Wu

Xinming  Wu
Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences

Work: +1 512 471 0331
Office: BEG 2.124D
Mailcode: E0620

Xinming received an engineering degree (2009) in Geophysics from Central South University, an M.Sc. (2012) in Geophysics from Tongji University, and a Ph.D. (2016) in Geophysics from the Colorado School of Mines where he was a member of the Center for Wave Phenomena. He interned twice at Transform Software and Services/DrillingInfo during the summer and winter of 2014. Since Aug. 2015, he has been working at Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin as a visiting scholar and postdoctoral fellow.
Xinming received the award for Best Paper in Geophysics in 2016 (3D seismic image processing for faults). He also received the Shanghai excellent master thesis award in 2013 (Generating 3D seismic Wheeler volumes: methods and applications).

Areas of Expertise

Details on My research homepage

2016 Best Paper in Geophysics - Society of Exploration Geophysicists (2017)

Best Student Poster Paper at 2017 SEG annual meeting - Society of Exploration Geophysicists (2017)

SEG/Chevron Scholarship - Society of Exploration Geophysicists (2015 - 2016)

SEG/Thomas A. Mazza Memorial Scholarship - Society of Exploration Geophysicists (2015 - 2016)

Shanghai Excellent Master Thesis Award - Shanghai Municipal Education Commission (2013)

Associate Editor, Journal of Applied Geophysics (2017 - Present)

Associate Editor, Interpretation (2015 - Present)

3D automatic interpretation of seismic faults, unconformities, horizons, and salt boundaries.

Automatic interpretation of salt boundaries

Automatic interpretation of fault surfaces

Automatic estimating fault throws and removing faulting in seismic images

Automatic interpretation of unconformity surfaces

Automatic interpretation of all horizons from a 3D seismic image

Automatically building 3D subsurface models that conform to well-log measurements, seismic structures, and seismic stratigraphic features.

Simultaneously tie multiple wells to real seismic traces