Applied Computing Geophysics Lab

The lab was founded in 2014 as part of 5-100 program, aimed at making Russian universities more competitive in international research. The laboratory focuses on the development of geophysical research methods, as well as conducting advanced research based on innovative methods of computational modeling and solving reverse problems of geophysics using high-performing computational systems.

Main lines of research:

• Development of new efficient methods for large-scale modeling of geophysical fields in complex heterogenous geological systems, including cracked environments filled with fluids.

• Development of new computer technologies for solving reverse geophysical problems based on regularization theory using focusing stabilizators for geological structures with strict boundaries (e.g., oil pool, water in contact with oil).

• Development and improvement of elastic migration methods using high-accuracy computational methods with evident separation of heterogeneous spots to separate environment boundaries more accurately.

• Solving problems to increase the accuracy of seismic and electromagnetic modeling in seismics and electroprospecting, widen the spectre of tasks, research methods of inversion and migration, and parallelize the algorithms of direct and reverse geophysical problems.

• Development of innovative complex methods of geophysical prospection based on observations of different geophysical fields and combined large-scale inversions of various geophysical data.

Mikhail Zhdanov

Head of laboratory, chief researcher

Education

Professor

ScD in physics and mathematics

Nikolay Khokhlov

Deputy head of laboratory, senior researcher

Education
PhD in physics and mathematics
Contacts
Phone +7-498-744-65-37
Email khokhlov.ni@mipt.ru

Nikolay Yavich

Senior researcher

Education
PhD in physics and mathematics

Evgeniy Ryabinkin

Researcher

Education
PhD in physics and mathematics

Alena Favorskaya

Researcher

Vasiliy Golubev

Senior researcher

Education
PhD in physics and mathematics

Pavel Pushkarev

Senior researcher

Education
PhD in physics and mathematics

Dmitry Petrov

Junior researcher

Olga Kassirova

Education

Student

Andrei Ivanov

Education

Student

Polina Stogniy

Education
Student

2014

Mathematical Models and Computer Simulations

Numerical simulation of processes in solid deformable media in the presence of dynamic contacts using the grid-characteristic method

Beklemysheva, K. A., Petrov, I. B., & Favorskaya, A. V.

294–304 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Computers and Geosciences

3D controlled-source electromagnetic modeling in anisotropic medium using edge-based finite element method

Cai, H., Xiong, B., Han, M., & Zhdanov, M.

164–176 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

76th EAGE Conference and Exhibition 2014

Numerical Modeling of Direct Responses from Productive Reservoirs with Vertical Fluid-saturated Meso-fractures

Kvasov, I. E., Leviant JSC, V. B., & Petrov, I. B.

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

76th EAGE Conference and Exhibition 2014

Numerical Modeling of Responses from Fluid-filled Macrofractures with Boundary Conditions Specified on Fracture Surfaces

Leviant JSC, V. B., Petrov, I. B., Kvasov, I. E., & Muratov, M. V.

16-19 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Doklady Mathematics

Grid-characteristic method on unstructured tetrahedral grids

Petrov, I. B., Favorskaya, A. V., Muratov, M. V., Biryukov, V. A., & Sannikov, A. V.

781–783 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Mathematical Models and Computer Simulations

Modeling 3D seismic problems using high-performance computing systems

Petrov, I. B., & Khokhlov, N. I.

342–350 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics

Combined grid-characteristic method for the numerical solution of three-dimensional dynamical elastoplastic problems

Vasyukov, A. V, Ermakov, A. S., Potapov, A. P., Petrov, I. B., Favorskaya, A. V, & Shevtsov, A. V.

1176–1189 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

2015

Russian Journal of Numerical Analysis and Mathematical Modelling

Virtual blunt injury of human thorax: Age-dependent response of vascular system

Beklemysheva, K. A., Danilov, A. A., Petrov, I. B., Salamatova, V. Y., Vassilevski, Y. V., & Vasyukov, A. V.

259–268 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Journal of Physics: Conference Series

Integration of Russian Tier-1 Grid Center with High Performance Computers at NRC-KI for LHC experiments and beyond HENP

Belyaev, A., Berezhnaya, A., Betev, L., Buncic, P., De, K., Drizhuk, D., … Yasnopolskiy, L.

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics

Application of the grid-characteristic method on unstructured tetrahedral meshes to the solution of direct problems in seismic exploration of fractured layers

Biryukov, V. A., Muratov, M. V., Petrov, I. B., Sannikov, A. V., & Favorskaya, A. V.

1733–1742 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters

Modeling and inversion of magnetic anomalies caused by sediment-basement interface using three-dimensional cauchy-type integrals

Cai, H., & Zhdanov, M. S.

477–481 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Mathematical Models and Computer Simulations

Simulation of seismic processes inside the planet using the hybrid grid-characteristic method

Golubev, V. I., Petrov, I. B., & Khokhlov, N. I.

439–445 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics

Numerical computation of wave propagation in fractured media by applying the grid-characteristic method on hexahedral meshes

Golubev, V. I., Petrov, I. B., Khokhlov, N. I., & Shul’ts, K. I.

509–518 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Doklady Mathematics

On bicompact grid-characteristic schemes for the linear advection equation

Khokhlov, N. I., & Petrov, I. B.

781–783 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

In Procedia Computer Science

Solution of Large-scale Seismic Modeling Problems

Khokhlov, N., Yavich, N., Malovichko, M., & Petrov, I.

191–199 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Mathematical Models and Computer Simulations

Discontinuous galerkin method for numerical simulation of dynamic processes in solids

Miryaha, V. A., Sannikov, A. V., & Petrov, I. B.

446–455 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters

Three-Dimensional Cole-Cole Model Inversion of Induced Polarization Data Based on Regularized Conjugate Gradient Method

Xu, Z., & Zhdanov, M. S.

1180–1184 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters

Optimal synthetic aperture method for marine controlled-source em surveys

Yoon, D., & Zhdanov, M. S.

414–418 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

2016

Mathematical Models and Computer Simulations

Numerical simulation of the failure of composite materials by using the grid-characteristic method

Beklemysheva, K. A., Vasyukov, A. V., Ermakov, A. S., & Petrov, I. B.

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics

Simulation of elastic wave propagation in geological media: Intercomparison of three numerical methods

Biryukov, V. A., Miryakha, V. A., Petrov, I. B., & Khokhlov, N. I.

1086–1095 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters

Three-Dimensional Inversion of Magnetotelluric Data for the Sediment-Basement Interface

Cai, H., & Zhdanov, M.

349–353 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

In Procedia Computer Science

Numerical Modeling of Wave Processes during Shelf Seismic Exploration

Favorskaya, A., Petrov, I., & Khokhlov, N.

920–929 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Numerical Analysis and Applications

A study of high-order grid-characteristic methods on unstructured grids

Favorskaya, A. V., & Petrov, I. B.

171–178 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Doklady Earth Sciences

Wave responses from oil reservoirs in the Arctic shelf zone

Favorskaya, A. V., & Petrov, I. B.

214–217 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Mathematical Models and Computer Simulations

Numerical modeling of wave processes in layered media in the Arctic region

Favorskaya, A. V., Petrov, I. B., Petrov, D. I., & Khokhlov, N. I.

348–357 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Mathematical Models and Computer Simulations

Compact grid-characteristic schemes of higher orders of accuracy for a 3D linear transport equation

Golubev, V. I., Petrov, I. B., & Khokhlov, N. I.

577–584 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Russian Journal of Numerical Analysis and Mathematical Modelling

On one class of high-order compact grid-characteristic schemes for linear advection

Khokhlov, N. I., & Petrov, I. B.

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Railway Technology: Research, Development and Maintenance

Numerical Simulation of Non-Destructive Ultrasonic Railway Control

Kotelnikov, S. a, Favorskaya, a V, Petrov, I. B., & Khokhlov, N. I.

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics

Numerical study of wave propagation in porous media with the use of the grid-characteristic method

Kvasov, I. E., Leviant, V. B., & Petrov, I. B.

1620–1630 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Near Surface Geoscience 2016 - First Conference on Geophysics for Mineral Exploration and Mining

Quasi-analytical Approximation for Acoustic 3D Full-waveform Inversion

Malovichko, M., Khokhlov, N., Yavich, N., & Zhdanov, M. S.

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics

Numerical solution of seismic exploration problems in the Arctic region by applying the grid-characteristic method

Petrov, D. I., Petrov, I. B., Favorskaya, A. V., & Khokhlov, N. I.

1128–1141 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Journal of Physics: Conference Series

Computational problems in Arctic Research

Petrov, I.

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

In Procedia Computer Science

Numerical Modeling of Non-destructive Testing of Composites

Petrov, I., Vasyukov, A., Beklemysheva, K., Ermakov, A., & Favorskaya, A.

930–938 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Russian Journal of Numerical Analysis and Mathematical Modelling

Transcranial ultrasound of cerebral vessels in silico: proof of concept

Vassilevski, Y. V., Beklemysheva, K. A., Grigoriev, G. K., Kazakov, A. O., Kulberg, N. S., Petrov, I. B., … Vasyukov, A. V.

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Russian Journal of Numerical Analysis and Mathematical Modelling

Discontinuous Galerkin method for wave propagation in elastic media with inhomogeneous inclusions

Voroshchuk, D. N., Miryaha, V. A., Petrov, I. B., & Sannikov, A. V.

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Near Surface Geoscience 2016 - First Conference on Geophysics for Mineral Exploration and Mining

Application of a Finite-difference Solver with a Contraction Preconditioner to 3D EM Modeling in Mineral Exploration

Yavich, N., Pushkarev, P., & Zhdanov, M. S.

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Geophysical Journal International

Contraction pre-conditioner in finite-difference electromagnetic modelling

Yavich, N., & Zhdanov, M. S.

1718–1729 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Journal of Applied Geophysics

Redatuming controlled-source electromagnetic data using Stratton-Chu type integral transformations

Zhdanov, M., & Cai, H.

1–12 page

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology