Academic collaborations

The research group actively collaborates with several institutions worldwide. Our most active current links are with

Private companies

The stochastic hydrogeology groups has maintained a long standing collaboration with private companies. We are particularly thankfull to the following companies for their support:

  • Ephesia Consult. Since 2006, we have been working closely with Ephesia Consult to develop multiple point statistics techniques.
  • Total is supporting our research on multiple-point statistics.
  • Schlumberger funded the PhD thesis of A. Borghi on the modeling of karstic systems.
  • Paradigm is providing us with GOCAD modelling software for research and teaching purposes, free of charge.  We are pleased that some of our code (Impala) is embedded in this software.