Dries Gisolf
Co-founder and R&D Manager

“Given the same initial conditions, non-linear inversion will always outperform linear inversion.” 

Dries Gisolf obtained his MSc from Delft University of Technology and his PhD from the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands.. He worked with Shell International as a geophysicist, involved in acquisition, processing and quantitative interpretation of seismic data for 24 years. During this period he held positions at various locations around the globe, including Europe, the Middle East, the Far East, Africa and Australia. Before co-founding Delft Inversion, Dries Gisolf was in charge of the Laboratory of Acoustical Imaging and Sound Control at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.