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Research Interests:

  • Alpine Tectonics
  • Northern Calcareous Alps
  • Borehole Geology and Analysis of Borehole Image Logs
  • Reservoir Characterization
  • Seismic Interpretation
  • 3D Modelling and Near-Wellbore Structural Modelling

Thrust Tectonics in the Northern Calcareous Alps and its Equivalents in the Vienna Basin

Diploma Thesis (2005):
(Advisor: Bernhard Grasemann, University of Vienna): West-directed Thrusting in the Dachstein Nappe.

Conference Presentations:
Habermueller, M., Grasemann, B., Draganits, E., Poblet, J., Arnberger, K., Schmid, N. (2005): Pre-Gosau w-directed Thrusting in the Northern Calcareous Alps (Hallstatt, Austria): Quantification and Comparison of the deformational Style. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2005, Vienna, April 24-29

Habermueller, M., Reinmiller, R., Martinez, D. (2014): A Case History of Borehole Image Analysis applied to Fracture Stage Optimization. London Petrophysical Seminar 2014, The Geological Society of London, January 30th

Habermueller, M., Rambousek, C., Levi, N., Munday, P. and Decker, K. (2014): Fracture Characterization in Basement Reservoirs using Borehole Image and Core Data. EAGE Borehole Geology Workshop 2014, Dubai, October 12-14

Reinmiller, R., Martinez, D, Habermueller, M. (2015): Horizontal Image Analysis applied to Fracture Stage Optimization in a US Shale Gas Reservoir. AAPG/SEG International Conference 2015, Melbourne, September 13-16

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