Diana Tamayo

Diana Tamayo

Originally From: Humble, TX

Degree Program at Mines: MSc Geophysics

Email: dtamayo@mymail.mines.edu




I graduated from Colorado School of Mines with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geophysics in May 2017. During my time as an undergraduate, I had the opportunity to intern at Newmont Mining as a Geophysics Field Intern. I spent my summer in Elko, NV, assisting in the implementation of an IP survey. I also had the opportunity to intern at EOG Resources where I was responsible for creating a system for organizing their seismic data, QCing the data, and loading it into their database.

I joined RCP in the Fall of 2017 and am pursuing a Master of Science degree in Geophysics.


My research interests include seismic interpretation, fiber optics, and unconventional reservoirs. For my research, I will be analyzing a FO VSP dataset in order to characterize the induced fractures in the stimulated rock.


In my free time, I love being in the great outdoors. I enjoy a number of outdoor activities including hiking, skiing, and golfing. I’m currently trying to get into mountain biking and want to do more camping and backpacking while I’m here in Colorado.


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