Stratos is a structural geologist with a strong interest on 3D fault zone structure and its significance in hydrocarbon exploration and reservoir scale fluid flow. Stratos completed a PhD in 2016 on the 3D structure of normal fault zones in Ptolemais Basin, NW Greece, with the Fault Analysis Group in UCD, followed by a post-doctoral position working on the impact of Cenozoic deformation on potential hydrocarbon traps in Irish offshore basins. Currently, he is an iCRAG postdoctoral researcher working on the stratigraphic and structural evolution of the perched Mesozoic rift basins along the eastern margin of the Rockall Trough. From 2009 until now, he has been participating in several projects which cover applied research and seismic hazards.
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