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A Master of Science or MSc is a postgraduate degree typically in the fields of sciences and social sciences. MSc may be course-based, research-based, or a mixture of the two.
In geographic sciences courses and programs, students have the chance to explore the physical aspects of the planet and atmosphere, the effects of human activity, resource use and the technologies used in analyzing these aspects.
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The educational mission of the PETROLEUM GEOSCIENCES Program at The Petroleum Institute is to provide a high-quality education in petroleum geology and geophysics and to
MSc in Geology (Petroleum Geosciences)
To provide a high-quality education in petroleum geology and geophysics and to produce graduates for successful and socially and ethically responsible careers in the petroleum industry that meet or exceed the needs and expectations of ADNOC and other industry sponsors.
Exciting Research in Petroleum Geosciences
Carbon and Strontium isotope Chemostratigraphy
Multi-component seismic data analysis
Passive Microseismic and Advanced Gravimetric Monitoring of Reservoirs
The structure and evolution of the UAE mountains and foreland basins
Rock properties, sedimentological and diagenetic characteristics of carbonate rocks
Seismic and EM properties correlation
Processing of seismic lab data
Stochastic and deterministic inversion of a 4D-seismic carbonate survey
Fracture diagenesis of carbonate reservoirs
The impact of hydrothermal dolomitization on reservoirs evolution
Linking diagenesis to sequence stratigraphy
Geostatistical prediction of seismic changes due to production (4D-seismic geostatistical model)
Evaluation of fluid substitution models in carbonate rocks
Chronostratigraphically constrained geological modelling