Rongier, G.

Profile

I am a numerical geologist working at the intersection of geoscience and computer science, and I have been an Assistant Professor at TU Delft since July 2021. 
I hold a Ph.D. from the University of Lorraine in France and the University of Neuchâtel in Switzerland, which focused on analyzing and modeling the connectivity of sedimentary channels. After receiving my Ph.D., I went to the US as a postdoc at MIT, then to Australia as a postdoc at CSIRO, where I explored using artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques to support decision making in geoscience.

Research

My research interests focus on better characterizing geological structures and processes based on partial information. They involve a mix of geology, physics, statistics, machine learning, and programming to tackle three main questions:

•    How are geological processes recorded in the subsurface?
•    How to better predict that subsurface record?
•    How does that record impact subsurface properties?
 

G. Rongier, C. Rude, T. Herring, V. Pankratius (2019) Generative Modeling of InSAR Interferograms, Earth and Space Science 6, 2671–2683, doi: 10.1029/2018EA000533

G. Rongier, V. Pankratius (2018) Computer-Aided Exploration of the Martian Geology, Earth and Space Science 5, 393–407, doi: 10.1029/2018EA000406

G. Rongier, P. Collon, P. Renard (2017) Stochastic simulation of channelized sedimentary bodies using a constrained L-system, Computers & Geosciences 105, 158–168, doi: 10.1016/j.cageo.2017.05.006

G. Rongier, P. Collon, P. Renard (2017) A geostatistical approach to the simulation of stacked channels, Marine and Petroleum Geology 82, 318–335, doi: 10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2017.01.027

G. Rongier, P. Collon, P. Renard, J. Straubhaar, J. Sausse (2016) Comparing connected structures in ensemble of random fields, Advances in Water Resources 96, 145–169, doi: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2016.07.008

G. Rongier, P. Collon, M. Filipponi (2014) Simulation of 3D karst conduits with an object-distance based method integrating geological knowledge, Geomorphology 217, 152–164, 10.1016/j.geomorph.2014.04.024

Associate editor for Computers & Geosciences

Guillaume Rongier

Assistant Professor

Availability:
Monday to Friday

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