DHRTC Webinar Week

First DHRTC Webinar Week was a great success

Wednesday 25 Nov 20

Last week, DHRTC hosted its first ever Webinar Week. More than 50 interested participants joined each of the three online seminars, where researchers from the DHRTC partnership presented cutting-edge results from their research on well chemistry and integrity, improved oil recovery, and well technology.

The webinars were the first of its kind where everyone interested in learning more about DHRTC’s research could join in from the comfort of their own home. The participant lists had a wide range and reached beyond the borders of Denmark, with both industry and academia represented.

Knowledge sharing in new ways

Each webinar presented a new research topic and thereby new speakers took the online Zoom stage, where 50-60 participants listened in and asked questions, sparking engaging discussions between the speakers and participants.

Postdoc researcher at DHRTC, Rasoul Mokhtari found the new way of presenting his research to a broader audience to be very successful:

"At first it seemed somewhat strange to me, since I am used to having eye contact with the audience during my presentations, but I realized that this sort of online seminar provides a larger flexibility to present my research to a more diverse audience", he says.

The webinar format also encouraged a greater feedback from the participants. "I received feedback not only during the live Q&A session, but also through both the chat function and email, which was incredible. It means that this infrastructure facilitates better communication with the audience", Rasoul Mokhtari states.

The webinars were based on four of DHRTC’s work programmes, Ekofisk and Tor. Fm Improved Recovery, Improved Recovery from the Tight Lower Cretaceous Reservoir, Well Production and Technology, and Extended Service Life on Wells.

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