9:30 – OPENING OF THE WORKSHOP
10:00 – KEY-NOTE PRESENTATION
10:30 – STUDENT ORAL PRESENTATION, 1st SESSION
RICCARDO TELONI – University of Leeds, UK
The role of submarine landslides in deep‐water turbidite systems: a subsurface and outcrop investigation of reservoir facies architecture influenced by mass‐transport deposits.
VINCENZO LA BRUNA – University of Basilicata, Italy
Time‐space evolution of the Monte Alpi foreland basin system.
VALENTINA MARZIA ROSSI – University of Bergen, Norway
The effect of tides on morphology, stratigraphic architecture and sediment bypass in river‐dominated deltas.
11:45 – 12.15 COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER PRESENTATION*
DONATELLA TELESCA – University of Basilicata, Italy
Analysis of the Miocene sedimentary sequences of the Sardinian Graben System as possible analogue for the Upper Jurassic Rogn Formation reservoirs of the Norwegian mid‐Continental Shelf.
HUMAAD GHANI – University of Potsdam, Germany
Structural variation in fold thrust belts and implications on exploration targets. A case study from Kohat Potwar fold thrust belt of Pakistan.
GIACOMO MEDICI – University of Leeds, UK
Flow behaviour in siliciclastic sedimentary successions of fluvial and aeolian origin.
13:30 – LIGHT LUNCH
14:30 – FIELD TRIP
20:30 – SOCIAL DINNER
9.00 – STUDENT ORAL PRESENTATION, 2nd SESSION
MARCO FONNESU – University College of Dublin, Ireland
Hybrid event bed processes, facies trends and distributions in deep‐water turbidite systems.
FRANCESCO FERRARO – University of Basilicata, Italy
Hydraulic properties of carbonate fault rocks, insights from an integrated structural, diagenetic and petrophysical investigation.
YUQUIAR (PHILOMENA) GAN – University of Texas at Austin, USA
Outcrop characterisation of slope channel architecture: monitoring change from shelf edge to toe‐of‐slope, Jurassic Neuquen Basin, Argentina.
10:15 – 10.45 COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER PRESENTATION*
PATRICIA PINTER – University of Aberdeen, UK
Reappraising the Numidian system (Miocene, southern Italy): deep‐marine sandstone fairways confined by tectonised substrate.
ALESSANDRO GIUFFRIDA – University of Basilicata, Italy
Fault and fracture analysis and investigation of their mineral infill in the Mesozoic carbonates cropping out along the sw section of Monte Alpi, Basilicata region, Italy.
VALENTINA MASCOLO – University of Chieti, Italy
2D & 3D Geological and seismic modelling of a carbonate platform‐to‐basin transition: a case from the Maiella Mountain (Central Apennines, Italy).
12:00 – COFFEE BREAK
12:30 – AWARDING CEREMONY
13:00 – END OF THE WORKSHOP
*LIST OF POSTER PRESENTATIONS
EMANUELE BIONDI – University of Perugia, Italy
Structural architecture and permeability characterization of an outcropping fault zone: 3‐D geological model VS petrophysical laboratory analysis.
DONATO STEFANO GRIECO – University of Basilicata, Italy
Study of cements present in carbonate fault rocks outcropping in the Central and Southern Apennines.
ANDREA FABBRIZZI – University of Perugia, Italy
Sedimentological and paleoceanographic characterization of the source rock intervals in the West‐African Atlantic margin.
DAVIDE GEREMIA – University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy
Relationship between the petrophysical characteristics and the seismic response of the Bolognano Formation (Majella, Italy). Modeling and analysis of synthetic AVO (Amplitude vs Offset).
FABIO OLITA – University of Basilicata, Italy
Classical facies analysis integrated with digital‐photo and laser‐scan techniques: an example from the study of a lower Pleistocene tidal sand body in southern Italy.
ROBERTA RUGGIERI – University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy
Influence of bitumen on the petrophysical properties of the Bolognano Formation: a multidisciplinary approach applied to an area of the northern flank of Majella.
NICOLO’ PARRINO – University of Palermo, Italy
Mechanical stratigraphy control on oil first migration: the Triassic shale of Favignana Island (Sicily).
JAVERIA QAMAR – University of Stavanger, Norway
Dry Well Analysis of Well 10‐5 in the Norwegian Sea.