Afeez received his BASc and MASc in Geophysics in 2009 and 2014, respectively. Between 2014 and 2019, he was a geophysicist with Schlumberger Middle East, processing and interpreting VSP and borehole acoustic data. Afeez returned to academia to expand his knowledge and problem-solving skills. His current research interests include reservoir rock physics and geomechanics, acoustic emissions, and data science.
Received the SEG Foundation/Chevron Scholarship
Received the Leon and Pat Thomsen/SEG Scholarship
Received the Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship in Science and Technology
Invited talk on "Speak Up! I Can’t Hear You Through All This Shale: An Investigation of Fracture Energy Released During the Failure of Layered Anisotropic Rocks, Application to Long-Term Failure Monitoring During Injection" as part of the Geological Controls and Fracture Mechanics - Considerations for the Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide, Hydrogen, Methane and Compressed Air.
Became a PhD candidate
Invited talk on "Basics of rock physics and seismic attenuation" as part of Fall 2020 Course Environmental and Archaeological Geophysics (JGA 305)
Poster presented at GeoConvention 2020 virtual conference titled "Comparative Analysis of Canadian LNG to Global Natural Gas Supply: Shaping Canada’s Energy Future"
Received the Ellsworth Fellowship
Received the Queen Elizabeth II/Harold O. Seigel Graduate Scholarship in Science and Technology
Received the Nick And Marilyn Tintor Explorers Fund Graduate Scholarship
Received the Cameron Allen Explorers Graduate Fellowship
Joined as a PhD Student