Short Curriculum Vitae
Sabina Bigi is an associate Professor at the Department of Earth Sciences of the University of Rome "La Sapienza" and the head of the Tectonics and Fluid Chemistry Lab of the Earth Science Department, where she coordinates a group of researchers having a great experience in geochemistry, structural geology, and social science (http://www.dst.uniroma1.it/en/structures/laboratories/tectonics-and-flui...). She is deeply involved in coordination of research on geological storage of CO2, as a member of the Executive Committee of CO2Geonet (http://www.co2geonet.com/) and of EERA (European Energy Research Alliance) as representative of Sapienza University. She dedicated more than a decade (1990 - 2005) to thrust tectonics studies and the influence of pre-existing structure on the geometries and kinematic of an evolving fold-and-thrust-belt, such as the Apennines, the Alps, the Zagros Mountains (Iran) and the Andes (Argentina). She has expertise in structural geology, geological mapping, seismic interpretation and fracture modelling. Her faults studies were dedicated to the reconstruction of fault architecture and evolution, with particular attention to gas bearing and active faults. Her fractures network studies were focused on fractures characterization in carbonates and on development of new fracture models for fluid flow simulation.
- 1988 Earth Science Degree
- 1993 PhD Earth Science
- 1993 – 1997 – geological survey National Geological map, scale 1:50.000, Sheet: “Torre de Passeri”, “L’Aquila”, “Pescorocchiano”
- 1995-1996 – Lecturer course Geologia 1 University di Chieti “G. D’Annunzio”
- 1997–2019 Researcher, Earth Science Dep. Sapienza University
- Dal 2019 Associate professor Earth Science Dep. Sapienza
- Her main recs studies and the influence of pre-existing structure on the geometries and kinematic of an evolving fold-and-thrust-belt
- Fault zone mapping reconstruction of fault architecture and evolution, with particular attention to gas bearing and active faults
- fractures characterization in carbonates and on development of new fracture models for fluid flow simulation
- geochemical monitosearch interest is focused on brittle deformation with application in the field of hydrocarbons and geothermal exploration, CO2 geological storage and applied geology.
- thrust tectoniring
- seismic interpretation ond 3D geological modelling
Apennines, the Alps, the Zagros Mountains (Iran) and the Andes (Argentina).
- Erasmus coordinator for Earth Science Dep.
- Component of the Minister (MITE) commission CIRMa)
Active Research Project
- 2017 – 2021 PI, LIFE RESPIRE Life16 ENV / IT / 000553 (www.liferespire.it)
- 2016 – 2020 ENOS - ENabling Onshore CO2 Storage scientific responsibleof beneficiary “Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza” – centro di Ricerca CERI
- 2020 – 2021 Amiata project, fonded by ENEL.
• 2000 present day: reviewer for Tectonophysics, Frontieres, Journal of Structural Geology, Marine and Petroleum Geology, Journal of Greenhouse gas control.
• 2016– present day: Associate Editor di Pure and Applied Geophysics.
Corsi di insegnamento
- Lo stoccaggio geologico
- Interpretazione sismica
- Modulo di Geologia 1
- Fondamenti di Geologia strutturale
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