Jackson School of Geosciences, at the University of Texas at Austin.
She works for the AGL and GeoFluids
Maria is a Civil/Geotechnical Engineer. She received her Science
Theoretical Soil Mechanics from MIT in 2008.
She holds a M.Sc. in
Geotechnical Engineering from MIT and a Civil Engineering degree from
Before joining the Jackson School, she worked for Shell
Exploration and Production on Reservoir Geomechanics.
research topics include:
- Modeling of stresses and pore pressures in sediments bounding salt
- Prediction of stresses and pore pressures at the crest of
- Borehole stability
- Poromechanical modeling of basin sediments, including transient pore
- Numerical modeling in salt tectonics.