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Two students presented their research at national meetings this spring. Danica Dralus participated in AAPG’s Annual Convention and Exhibition (Houston, April 10-13).

Congratulations to BPSM Principal Scientist, Dr. J. Michael Moldowan, for receiving the 2011 Alfred Treibs Award.

BPSM Principal Tapan Mukerji and graduate student Tess Menotti attended the 1-day "mini" PetroMod User Meeting in Houston on January 31.

Two of our first-year basin and petroleum system modeling Ph.D. students, Blair Burgreen and Tess Menotti, were awarded AAPG Foundation Grants-in-Aid Awards.

Several BPSM personnel attended the PetroMod Users Meeting at Schlumberger’s Aachen Technology Center November 29-December 3.

The third annual Stanford University Basin and Petroleum System Modeling Industrial Affiliates Conference was held on Friday, November 5, 2010.

The highlight of the fall quarter of 2010 was the offering of our core course, Basin and Petroleum System Modeling, by Dr. Ken Peters. Guest lectures were taught by Dr.

BPSM is pleased to announce that our graduate students have secured internships this summer at Chevron in Bakersfield, Chevron in Houston, Hess (Houston), Nexen (Dallas), and Statoil (Norway).

ongratulations to graduate student Meng He, who was awarded the H. Victor Church Memorial Award for Best Poster at the 2010 Pacific Section AAPG Convention, held in Anaheim, CA, in May.

Two of our BPSM students presented one-dimensional basin and petroleum systems models at the 2010 Convention of the Pacific Section of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists.

A week-long PetroMod® training was conducted for 10 faculty, post-docs, and graduate students from December 14-18, 2009. Taught by Dr.

Congratulations to BPSM Principal Scientist, Dr. Kenneth E.

The second Stanford BPSM Industrial Affiliates Meeting on May 9, 2009 was held jointly with the makers of PetroMod® software (Schlumberger).

In the winter quarter 2009, Stanford offered a course to six students on Basin and Petroleum System Modeling.

The first Stanford Industrial Affiliates Meeting in July 2008 demonstrated the benefits of membership by showing eight interested companies how the program will train modeling students through hand