Cuesta Cano, A.
My dream was to study earthquakes and volcanoes, so I became geologist. In 2017, I received her B.Sc. degree in Geology from the University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU (Spain) and, in 2019, my M.Sc. in Earth Structure and Dynamics from Utrecht University (The Netherlands). During my M.Sc., I joined TOTAL S.A. (Pau, France) as an intern to study the architecture of carbonate ramps. My M.Sc. thesis focused on the analysis of strain accommodation processes of sand packs by applying micro-CT techniques.
In March 2021, I started working as a PhD candidate with the Delphi Consortium, under the supervision of Dr. Joep Storms and Prof. Dr. Allard Martinius, from the Applied Geology section. My current research deals with the reduction of the architecture-related uncertainty in seismic data interpretation for continental and shallow marine clastic environments.