Neut, J. van der

Profile

Joost van der Neut received a doctorate degree (2012, cum laude) in applied geophysics from TU Delft. In 2013, he received a Veni personal grant from NWO. In 2017, he started a postdoc at the department of Applied Sciences (TU Delft) and he continued with another postdoc at the department of Geosciences and Engineering (TU Delft) in 2021.

 

Research

Wave propagation, imaging and inversion.

 

  • Van der Neut, J., van den Berg, P. M., Fokkema. J. T. and van Dongen, K. W. A., 2018, Acoustic interface contrast imaging, Inverse Problems, 34, 115006.
  • Van der Neut, J., Ravasi, M., Liu, Y. and Vasconcelos, I., 2017, Target-enclosed seismic imaging, Geophysics, 82, Q53-Q66.
  • Van der Neut, J. and Wapenaar, K., 2016, Adaptive overburden elimination with the multidimensional Marchenko equation, Geophysics, 81, T265-T284.
  • Van der Neut, J., Johnson, J. L., van Wijk, K., Singh, S., Slob, E. and Wapenaar, K., 2015, A Marchenko equation for acoustic inverse source problems: The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 141, 4332-4346.
  • Van der Neut, J., Vasconcelos, I. and Wapenaar, K., 2015, On Green’s function retrieval by iterative substitution of the coupled Marchenko equations, Geophysical Journal International, 203, 792-813.
  • Van der Neut, J. and Herrmann, F., 2013, Interferometric redatuming by sparse inversion, Geophysical Journal International, 192, 666-670.
  • Van der Neut, J., Thorbecke, J., Mehta, K., Slob, E. and Wapenaar, K., 2011, Controlled-source interferometric redatuming by crosscorrelation and multidimensional deconvolution in elastic media, Geophysics, 76, SA63-SA76.
  • Van der Neut, J. and Bakulin, A., 2009, Estimating and correcting the amplitude radiation pattern of a virtual source, Geophysics, 74, SI27-SI36.

 

Joost van der Neut

Postdoc

  • j.r.vanderneut@tudelft.nl
  • Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences
    Building 23
    Stevinweg 1 / PO-box 5048
    2628 CN Delft / 2600 GA Delft 

    Room number: 3.13

Department:
Geoscience & Engineering

Section:
Applied Geophysics & Petrophysics

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