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Dr. Huijian Li

Research Scientist III, CIPR

Dr. Li is a Research Scientist III at the Center for Integrative Petroleum Research. Before joining KFUPM, he was a postdoctoral researcher at Petroleum Exploration & Production Research Institute, SinoPEC from 2015 to 2018. His research mainly contains seismic moment tensor forward modeling and inversion using elastic wave equation and Mathematical Morphology applied to seismic data processing.

Educational Qualification

  • Ph.D., Geophysics, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, China, 2015 
  • M.E., Geophysics, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, China, 2012
  • B.E., Geophysics, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, China, 2009                                                                                                            

Research Interests

  • Seismic moment tensor forward modelling/inversion
  • Mathematical Morphology
  • Seismic wave absorption and attenuation compensation
  • Seismic Interference

Selected Publications

  • Liu, Xu, Stewart Greenhalgh, Bing Zhou, and Huijian Li. Explicit Q expressions for inhomogeneous P-and SV-waves in isotropic viscoelastic media. Journal of Geophysics and Engineering (2019).
  • Huang W., R. Wang, Li and Y. Chen, 2017, Unveiling the signals from extremely noisy microseismic data for high-resolution hydraulic fracturing monitoring, Scientific Reports, 7(1):11996.
  • Li H., R. Wang, S. Cao, Y. Chen, N. Tian and X. Chen. 2016, Weak signal detection using multiscale morphology in microseismic monitoring, Journal of Applied Geophysics, 133, 39-49
  • Li H., R. Wang, S. Cao, Y. Chen and W. Huang, 2016, A method for low-frequency noise suppression based on mathematical morphology in microseismic monitoring, Geophysics, 81, V159-167
  • Huang, W., R. Wang, Y. Chen, Li, and S. Gan, 2016, Damped multichannel singular spectrum analysis for 3D random noise attenuation, Geophysics, 81, V261-V270
  • Li H., R. Wang, and S. Cao, 2015, Microseismic forward modeling based on different focal mechanisms used by the seismic moment tensor and elastic wave equation, Journal of Geophysics and Engineering, 12(2), 155-166