Yajuan Kong Yajuan Kong graduated with a Master Degree from Well Logging Lab. She received her B.S. degree from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan), China in 2004. Her thesis topic is Study of Logging-While-Drilling Simulation Models Using Wellog Inversion Software and COMSOL. She is working part-time with Oliden Technology.
Email: j.y.kong09 [at]
Changming Lin Changming Lin graduated from Well Logging Lab in 2012. He received his B.S. degree from University of Houston in 2006. His master thesis is Study of Dielectric Constant Logging Tools. Now he is an engineer at Mustang Engineering Inc, Katy, TX.
Email: linchangming [at]
Ziting Liu graduated from Well Logging Labratory in 2012. He obtained the B.S.E.E. degree from Nanjing University of Science & Technology, China, in 2007. He is working on downhole radio network. The title of his thesis is "Implementation of downhole radio network". Now he is an Automation engineer at Cimation Inc.
Email: zliu13 [at]
Ning Yuan Dr. Ning Yuan was previously a Research Assistant Professor in Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Her research interests include computational electromagnetics, antenna analysis and design, period arrays for antennas and radomes, scattering analysis and electrical well logging. Now she is working with Qualcomm at San Diego, CA.
Email: nyuan [at]
Xiaochun Nie Dr. Xiaochun Nie was a Post-doctor Fellow of Well Logging Lab from 2007-2011. He is now a Senior Research Scientist at Halliburton. His research interests include numerical methods in electromagnetics, antennas and radomes, scattering analysis, electromagnetic compatibility and electrical well logging.
Email: niexiaochun [at]
El Emir Fouad Shehab El Emir Fouad Shehab graduated in May, 2011. The title of his Master thesis is “Low Frequency Dielectric Enhancement Measurement and Numerical Evaluation of Permittivity of Digital Rock Images at 1.1 GHz”.
Email: fouad.shehab [at]
Yinan Xing graduated in 2011. The title of his Master thesis is “Road Profiling System using Non-contact Laser Displacement Sensor”. He is currently a system engineer at Cummins.
Email: yinan.xing [at]
Zhijuan Zhang graduated in 2011. Her Ph.D. dissertation is titled “1-D Modeling and Inversion of Triaxial Induction Logging Tool in Layered Anisotropic Media”. She is currently a senior professional engineer at Halliburton Energy Services.
Email: zzhang [at]
Chen Guo Chen Guo was a visiting research scholar from 2007 to 2010. She is now a Lecturer at School of Information Engineering, Chang'an University, Xi'an, China.
Email: Chenguo [at]
Guoyu Hu Guoyu Hu received his Ph.D. degree in 2010. The title of his thesis is “Analysis of Induction Tool Response to Fractures Using an Improved 3D Finite Difference Method”. He is currently a Senior Staff Scientist in Weatherford.
Email: [at]
Kaibo Zhou Kaibo Zhou was a visiting professor from 2009-2010. He is currently an Associate Professor at Department of Control Science and Engneering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China. Email: zhoukb_2003 [at]
Email: zhoukb [at]
Miao Luo Miao Luo was a visiting Ph.D. student at the Well Logging Lab from 2007 to 2009 and worked on the numerical simulation of frequency dispersion of the effective electrical parameters of a composite medium. Now he is a faculty of China University of Geosciences in Wuhan, China.
Email: luomiao2008 [at]
Hamid Naseri Hamid Naseri graduated in 2009. The title of his Ph.D. dissertation is “Electromagnetic Telemetry in Measurement-While-Drilling with a Wireless Relay Network". He is currently working as an Electrical Design Engineer in The Mudlogging Company USA.
Email: hamid [at]
Rui Zhong Rui Zhong graduated in 2009. His master thesis is titled “Development of Wireless Telemetry Systems for Sensor Data Collection”. He is currently working for CGGVeritas.
Email: zhongrui831 [at]
Ashutosh Bhardwaj graduated in 2008. He is currently an Associate Professor Department of Physics & Astrophysics, University of Delhi, Delhi - 110007, India. Office: 91-11-27667036; Cell: 91-9910124636; Fax: 91-11-27667061; Email: ashutosh.bhardwaj [at]
Email: abhardwaj [at]
Jing Li Dr. Jing Li was a research assistant professor from 1999 to 2008. He is currently a Principal Scientist at Halliburton Energy Services.
Email: Jing.Li [at]
Jinjuan Zhou Dr. Jinjuan Zhou received her Ph.D. degree in 2008. Her dissertation title is: Application of Finite Element Method in Solving Well Logging Problems. She is now working for ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company.
Email: jinjuan.zhou [at]
Pankaj Chopra Pankaj Chopra received his Master Degree in 2007. His thesis title is: Study of Laser riangulation Distance Sensors. He is currently working for Itron Inc, South Carolina.
Email: pankaj.chopra [at]
David Navarro David Navarro received his Master degree in 2007. Now he is a Topsides Engineer FMC Technologies.
Email: davidnavarro196 [at]
Haobin Dong Dr. Haobin Dong, a visiting professor from 2005 to 2006. He is currently the dean of College of Electronic Information & Mechanics, China University of Geosciences, in Wuhan, China.
Email: dong61812 [at]
Wei Sun Wei Sun graduated in December, 2006. His Ph.D. thesis is titled “Design a 3-D Scanning Laser Imaging System for determining the thickness and uniformity of the thermoplastic pavement marking material (TPMM) for Texas Department of Transportation”. He is  working in Halliburton ESG right now.
Email: Wei.Sun [at]
Xueshen Yu Xueshen Yu received his master degree in 2006. He is currently working as a Research Scientist at Weatherford Inc.
Email: Xuesheng.yu [at]
Jing Li Jing Li received her master degree in 2005. Her thesis is titled “Electrical Property Measurement of Rocks in the Range of 10kHz –1.1GHz”. Now she is an EM Scientist in PathFinder.
Email: jli04 [at]
Xuemin Chen Dr. Xuemin Chen was a research assistant professor. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Texas Southern University.
Email: chenxm [at]
Weishan Han Weishan Han graduated in Dec., 2004. The title of his Ph.D. thesis is “3D Finite Element Simulation Method of Induction and MWD Tools”. He is currently with CGGVeritas and his research interest is tomography in seismic velocity model building.
Email: hanweishan [at]
Lili Zhong received her Master degree and Ph.D. degree from Well Logging Lab in 2002 and 2004, respectively. She is currently a physicist at Schlumberger .
Email: ilizhong1 [at]
Min Wu graduated in 2001 and the title of his Master thesis is “Highway Crack Monitoring System.” He is currently working for Halliburton Energy Services.
Email: Min.WU [at]
Hanming Wang Hanming Wang received his Ph. D. degree from Well Logging Lab in 1999. He is currently working at Chevron Energy Services.
Email: Hanming.Wang [at]
Yuanzheng Ming Yuanzheng Ming received her M.S. degree from Well Logging Lab in 1997. She is currently working at eBay Inc.
Email: gming98 [at]
Jing Lin received her M.S. degree from Well Logging Lab in 1996. She is a Principal Engineer at Oracle Corporation.
Email: jlinca [at]
Liang (Linda) Lin Liang (Linda) Lin received her master degree in 1994. Now she is working for Cisco Systems.
Email: lianglin19832000 [at]
Yongmin Zhang Yongmin Zhang received his Ph.D. degree in 1994. He is currently working for Exalt Communications, Inc.
Email: yzhang [at]