Student Technical Conference (STC)

What is the STC?


The „Student Technical Conference“ is a 2-day technical conference organized primarily for students who are welcome to present their research. It is connected with a mini job-fair catering to petroleum engineering and related geoscience students.

Thus is offers a unique networking opportunity both for students and industry representatives. The STC has grown year by year and about 100 participants in 2016.

Why should you attend?

As a student:

  • To learn about upstream research done elsewhere.
  • To network with other students.
  • To learn about jobopportunities.

As an industry-representative:

  • To meet Petroleum and Geoscience students close to graduation
  • To find out about the topics researched in academia

You need detailed Information?

View the attached introduction for students document for the STC 2017.

 

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Registration:
Student, YP or professionals: Do you wish to be part of the STC 2017? Please fill out the Online Application Form!
Participation upon confirmation only. We will send a separate confirmation Email!

Program:
Please read through the STC 2017 conference details Document and find hyperlinked informations on the individual events in the table listed below!

Pre-Program:
Mining Museum Tour, Geological Excursion, Geothermics Workshop, Soccer-Tournament (Canceled due to low number of participants), Alumni Dinner and Pre-Party available. Click on these individual events to get more information!

 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

Pre-Program
Wednesday, 8th November 2017
STC Day 1
Thursday, 9th November 2017
STC Day 2
Friday, 10th November 2017
08:00 08:00
Registration & Coffee Coffee
Section & Chapter update
09:00 09:00
Welcoming lecture
Florian Jäger: Analytical and Numerical Modeling of Mud Motor Induced Loads
Sarko Hakim: History match and prediction: A reservoir simulation sensitivity based study of Rotterdam oil field
10:00 Mahmoud Elshaer: Comparison Between Weight & Wait And Driller’s Methods For Well Control And Handling of Gas Kick in Vertical Well DCE 2-17 Western Desert, Egypt Ivan Kurchatov: Comparative analysis of the development concepts of the “A” field located in the East Siberian Sea 10:00
Daniela Marum: Characterization and Optimization of the Gas Extraction Process in a New Mud Logging System Coffee Break Job Fair
11:00 Early-Bird Registration & Meeting for Pre-Program @ Aula Coffee Break Job Fair Christin Dieterichs: A Novel Approach for Chemical
 Enhanced Oil Recovery
11:00
Gustav Ngemasong Chafac: Insights intoUnderground Blowout Control and Prevention: Pushing the Limits of Well Control Sergey Chebotar: Investigation of the helical slit seal of a hybrid rotary pump in relation to complicated operating conditions
Geological Excursion
12:00 Olha Sukhoboka: Effect of the Borehole Temperature and Pressure on the Drilling Fluid Properties in Hot Environments Lunch 12:00
Geothermics Workshop Group Picture Job Fair
Lunch
13:00 Daniel Bücken: Effect of mechanical stratigraphy on normal fault evolution - Insights from analogue models and natural examples in Iceland 13:00
Keynote by
2018 SPE President
Darcy Spady
Kristina Krasnonosov and Kai Thissen: New approach to link depletion and induced seismicity in Lower Saxony gas fields
14:00 Guided Tour of Mining Museum Tom Kaltofen: Modeling vs measured geological history: vitrinite reflectance as an indicator for geological events in the Central European Basin System 14:00
Technical Poster Session Job Fair Honoring of Contributors
15:00 Coffee 15:00
16:00 Illia Fyk: Increase of reservoir pressure in gas condensate fields as a method of increasing the efficiency of their development
Fernando von Lücken: Calculation of Capillary Pressure Changes in MEOR Spontaneous Imbibition Experiments
17:00 Early-Bird Registration @ Aula Young Professionals Panel Discussion:

Lessons Learned Entering the Workforce
18:00 Clausthal Mining Alumni Dinner @ Restaurant Glück Auf

 

Chapter officers' roundtable

Coffee Break
Color Coding:
19:00 Group Dinner @ Aula Pre-Program
Student Lecture:
Drilling Topic
20:00


Student Lecture:
Reservoir Topic
Student Lecture:
Production Topic
21:00 Pre-STC Party @ Keller Club Student Lecture:
Geoscience Topic
Keynote, Admin, Poster Session,
YP Panel
22:00 Meals & Breaks
Mini-Job-Fair
23:00


You find more information about the STC written in a Nutshell and in the Flyer