Ph.D. Thesis: Spatial Delineation, Fluid-Lithology Characterization, and Petrophysical Modeling of Deepwater Gulf of Mexico Reservoirs Through Joint AVA Deterministic and Stochastic Inversion of 3D Partially-Stacked Seismic Amplitude Data and Well Logs (Fall 2001 - Spring 2006).
Master’s Thesis: Improved Estimation of Pore Connectivity and Permeability in Deepwater Carbonates with the Construction of Multi-Layer Static and Dynamic Petrophysical Models (Spring 2011 – Spring 2014).
Ph.D. Thesis: Quantitative Integration of 3D seismic Data, Well-Logs, Geological Information, and Production Data: Assessing Uncertainty in Dynamic Behavior with Applications to a Gulf-of-Mexico Deepwater Gas Reservoir (Fall 1999 – Fall 2003).
Master’s Thesis: Estimation of Elastic Properties of Hydrocarbon-Bearing Shale by Combining Effective-Medium Calculations, Conventional Well Logs, and Dispersion Processing of Sonic Waveforms (Fall 2009 – Summer 2011).
Master’s Thesis: Mud-Filtrate Invasion Modeling to Quantify Static and Dynamical Petrophysical Properties of Fractured and Vuggy Carbonate Formations (Scholarship from Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A.) (Summer 2006 - Spring 2008).
Master's Thesis: New Methods of Petrophysical Rock Classification Based on MICP and Grain-Size Distribution Measurements with Applications in Carbonates and Tight-Gas Sandstones (Fall 2014 - Fall 2016).
Master’s Report: Numerical Simulation of Water- and Oil-Base Mud-Filtrate Invasion in Vertical and High-Angle Wells and Corresponding Impact on Monopole and Dipole Sonic Waveforms (Fall 2007 – Summer 2009).
Ph.D. Thesis: Pore-Scale Petrophysical Models for the Simulation and Combined Interpretation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Wide-Band Electromagnetic Measurements of Saturated Rocks (Fall 2001 – Spring 2006).