Didier Granjeon graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris (Mines ParisTech) in 1990. He next worked on numerical modelling of sedimentary processes at IFPEN under the guidance of Dr. Philippe Joseph (IFPEN), and Professor François Guillocheau (Sedimentology Group, University of Rennes 1), where he obtained his PhD in 1996. Then, he joined IFPEN as an R&D engineer in stratigraphic forward modelling and later as project leader. His current research interests are focused on the development of new numerical models of sedimentary and diagenetic processes. Since 2018, he is working also as a technical advisor.
DionisosFlow (R&D and industrialisation of stratigraphic forward models)
Granjeon, D. (2019) Use of high-performance stratigraphic forward modelling to improve siliciclastic and carbonate reservoir depositional architecture description. Journal of the Japanese Association for Petroleum Technology, v. 84, n° 1, pp. 59-70.
Granjeon, D. (2014) 3D stratigraphic forward model compared with analogue flume model: insights on the non-linear water-driven sediment transport and on the impact of baselevel cycles on continental margin and incised valleys. IAS Sp. Pub. 47