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Dr. Leuangthong is an Assistant Professor and an Ingenuity Researcher in the School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Alberta. She conducts research into improved characterization of natural resources using geostatistics. Prior to her appointment, Dr. Leuangthong completed her Doctor of Philosophy in Mining Engineering, and was a Research Associate with the Centre for Computational Geostatistics at the University of Alberta.

Dr. Daniel Khan
Daniel Khan specializes in petroleum reservoir characterization and modeling with Chevron Energy Technology Company.  He works in consulting services and research on modeling heterogeneity and fluid flow processes using geostatistical and inverse techniques.  Daniel holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Hydrogeology and collaborates with the Centre for Computational Geostatistics at the University of Alberta.
 
Dr. Deutsch is a Professor in the School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Alberta. He teaches and conducts research into better ways to model heterogeneity and uncertainty in petroleum reservoirs and mineral deposits. Prior to joining the University of Alberta, Dr. Deutsch was an Associate Professor (Research) in the Department of Petroleum Engineering at Stanford University. His employment history also includes three years with Exxon Production Research Company and three years of experience with Placer Dome Inc. Dr. Deutsch has published two books and over 120 research papers. Dr. Deutsch holds the Alberta Chamber of Resources Industry Chair in Mining Engineering and the Canada Research Chair in Natural Resources Uncertainty Characterization.

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