Carlo Peruzzo

Senior Software Engineer

Prior to joining ResFrac, Carlo worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the EPFL Geo Energy Laboratory, where he earned his Ph.D. with a thesis titled ‘Three-dimensional Hydraulic Fracture Propagation in Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Media.’

He also played a role in developing and optimizing the EPFL Geo Energy Laboratory solver for simulating the propagation of 3D-planar hydraulic fractures. Before joining EPFL, Carlo conducted research on hydraulic fracture propagation in porous media at the International Center for Mechanical Sciences CISM-Lab.

Carlo holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering, both obtained from the University of Padua. In 2023, he was awarded the Best Paper Award at the American Rock Mechanics Association Symposium.

In his free time, Carlo enjoys hiking, snowshoeing, reading, and traveling.

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Carlo's posts

Welcoming Dr. Thomas Finkbeiner to the team as a Senior Technical Advisor

ResFrac is honored to welcome Dr. Thomas Finkbeiner to the team as a Senior Technical Advisor. Having lived many years in the region and consulted with Saudi Aramco and others, Thomas brings valuable technical and regional expertise to the ResFrac team. We look forward to his contribution as we develop and penetrate the rapidly growing Middle East market.

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Notable papers from the 2024 SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference

Last week wrapped another outstanding SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference. Every year, I write a blog post highlighting notable HFTC papers. Here is this year’s edition! As in past years, this is not an attempt to pick the ‘best’ papers. It’s a selection of papers that I personally found insightful, based on my own interests and specialization.

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