School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
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Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Earth System Science
BioNOAA Climate and Global Change Postdoctoral Fellow working on how fire-plant-nutrient interactions determine the carbon cycle in tropical savannas and forests.
Adjunct Professor, Geological Sciences
BioKen Peters is Geochemistry Advisor for Schlumberger where he uses geochemistry and numerical modeling to study petroleum systems. He has >39 years of experience with Chevron, Mobil, ExxonMobil, USGS, UC Berkeley, Stanford University, and Schlumberger and published ~160 peer-reviewed geology, geochemistry, and basin modeling books and papers. Recently he was Honorary Teaching Fellow at the University of Aberdeen and Visiting Professor at Jacobs University in Germany. He is a Schlumberger NeXT instructor, an EAGE Student Webinar Lecturer, Fellow in the Geochemical Society, AAPG Charles Taylor Fellow, and Adjunct Professor at Stanford University where he co-leads the Basin and Petroleum System Modeling Industrial Affiliates Program [bpsm.stanford.edu]. He was Chair of the 1998 Gordon Research Conference on Organic Geochemistry, Co-Convener of two AAPG Hedberg Research Conferences on Basin and Petroleum System Modeling (2009 and 2016), Chair of the AAPG Research Committee (2007-2010), and AAPG Distinguished Lecturer (2009 and 2010). He is principal author of The Biomarker Guide (1993, 2005), editor for the 2009 AAPG compact disk Getting Started in Basin and Petroleum System Modeling and principal editor of the 2012 AAPG Hedberg Series 4 volume on Basin Modeling: New Horizons in Research and Applications. He is co-editor for the 2012 SEPM Special Publication 103 on Analyzing the Thermal History of Sedimentary Basins: Methods and Case Studies. He is Associate Editor for AAPG Bulletin, Journal of Petroleum Geology, and Organic Geochemistry. He received the 2009 Alfred Treibs Medal presented on behalf of the Geochemical Society for major achievements over a period of years in the field of organic geochemistry. In 2013, he received the AAPG Honorary Member Award for service and devotion to the science and profession of petroleum geology, and in 2016, he received the EAGE Alfred Wegener Award for outstanding contributions to the scientific and technical advancement of petroleum geoscience. He twice shared the Schlumberger Henri Doll Prize for Innovation (2009, 2013). In 2017, he was one of 100 ‘Heritage of the Petroleum Geologist’ honorees selected by the Division of Professional Affairs of AAPG to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of AAPG. Ken has B.A. and M.A. degrees in geology from UCSB and a Ph.D. in geochemistry from UCLA.
Lecturer, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
Field Program Coordinator, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences - Administration/Finance
Current Role at StanfordField Program Coordinator, School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences
Ph.D. Student in Education, admitted Autumn 2014
Masters Student in Environment and Resources
Other Tech - Graduate, H & S Programs
Student Employee, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
BioIndira is a PhD candidate in science education at Stanford University's Graduate School of Education and is beginning her research by exploring how diversity in culture and socioeconomic status impacts environmental decision-making behaviors. She earned a MA in special education through Teach for America and a BA with honors in history from Harvard College. She has two years experience teaching in a special education classroom in Title 1 schools in Las Vegas, Nevada, as well as experience in formally training and supporting first-year teachers. Most recently, she has been spending her time working as a field science educator, diversity coordinator, and site manager in Yosemite National Park for NatureBridge, a non-profit environmental education company.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Energy Resources Engineering
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsThe flow of two immiscible fluids through porous media is frequently encountered in many applications, (e.g. enhance oil recovery, carbon sequestration, contaminants transport in aquifers, fuel cell technology, or bio-medical field). Since extensions of the Darcy’s law have shown significant limitations in the multi-phase flow scenario, my aim is to develop a set of upscaled equations accounting properly for the dynamics at the pore scale.
Ph.D. Student in Energy Resources Engineering
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsOptimization of Enhanced Geothermal Systems Under Uncertainity
The Barney and Estelle Morris Professor of Earth Sciences, Emeritus
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMy research aims to understand how faults and fractures initiate and evolve in Earth's brittle crust, how they affect the flow of molten rock, groundwater, and hydrocarbons, and the crucial role faults and fractures play in earthquake generation, folding of sedimentary strata, and volcanic eruption.