My research interests lie in the understanding of depositional systems and their preserved stratigraphy, and in applying this knowledge to the characterisation of rocks and fluid flow in hydrocarbon reservoirs.
Director of Petroleum Geoscience MSc course, Imperial College London (2013-present)
Reader in Sedimentary Geology, Imperial College London (2011-present)
Senior Lecturer in Sedimentary Geology, Imperial College London (2005-2011)
Lecturer in Sedimentary Geology, Imperial College London (2000-2005)
PDRA, Imperial College London (1997-1999)
Royal Society ESEP Research Fellow, University of Würzburg, Germany (1996)
RA, University of Liverpool (1995)
PhD, Sedimentology and Sequence Stratigraphy, University of Liverpool (1991-1995)
BA, Natural Sciences (Geology), University of Cambridge (1988-1991)
Recent Measures of Esteem
2015: EAGE Norman Falcon Award for the paper: Fitch, P.J.R., Jackson, M.D., Hampson, G.J., and John, C.M., 2014, Interaction of stratigraphic and sedimentological heterogeneities with flow in carbonate ramp reservoirs: impact of fluid properties and production strategy: Petroleum Geoscience, v. 20, p. 7-26.
2014: Guest Editor, Petroleum Geoscience thematic issue: Fundamental Controls on Flow in Carbonates.
2013: AAPG J.C. "Cam" Sproule Memorial Award for the paper: Deveugle, P.E.K., Jackson, M.D., Hampson, G.J., Farrell, M.E., Sprague, A.S., Stewart, J., and Calvert, C.S., 2011, Characterization of stratigraphic architecture and its impact on fluid flow in a fluvial-dominated deltaic reservoir analog: Ferron Sandstone Member, Utah: AAPG Bulletin, v. 95, p. 693-727.
2012: AAPG Award of Excellence of Poster Presentation for the poster: Fitch, P.J.R., Jackson, M.D., Hampson, G.J., and John, C.M., 2012, Investigating the impact of stratigraphic and sedimentological heterogeneities on flow in carbonate reservoir models, using a hierarchical approach with experimental design: AAPG/SEPM Annual Meeting (Long Beach, USA).
2011: Rector's Award for Excellence in Teaching, Imperial College London
2011: Award for Teaching Excellence in Engineering Education, Imperial College London
2010: Wiley-Blackwell Prize for the Editors' Choice of Best Paper in Sedimentology for the paper: Hampson, G.J., 2010, Sediment dispersal and quantitative stratigraphic architecture across an ancient shelf: Sedimentology, v. 57, p. 96-141.
2010: SEPM Excellence of Poster Presentation for the poster: Legler, B., Johnson, H.D., Hampson, G.J., Jackson, M.D., Jackson, C.A-L., El-Barkooky, A.N., Ravnas, R., Alsop, D., and Le Varlet, X., Characterization of a tide-dominated heterolithic reservoir analog: the Eocene Dir Abu Lifa Member (Western Desert, Egypt): AAPG/SEPM Annual Meeting (New Orleans, USA).
Editorial board, Sedimentology (2013-2015)
Editorial board, Journal of Sedimentary Research (2011-present)
Editorial board, Basin Research (2010-2015)
Editorial board, Journal of the Geological Society (2005-2013)
Secretary, British Sedimentological Research Group (BSRG) (2004-2011)
et al., 2015, Quantitative progradation dynamics and stratigraphic architecture of ancient shallow-marine clinoform sets: a new method and its application to the Upper Jurassic Sognefjord Formation, Troll Field, offshore Norway, Basin Research, Vol:27, ISSN:0950-091X, Pages:412-452
Flood YS, Hampson GJ, 2015, Quantitative Analysis of the Dimensions and Distribution of Channelized Fluvial Sandbodies Within A Large Outcrop Dataset: Upper Cretaceous Blackhawk Formation, Wasatch Plateau, Central Utah, U.S.A, Journal of Sedimentary Research, Vol:85, ISSN:1527-1404, Pages:315-336
et al., 2012, Controls on large-scale patterns of fluvial sandbody distribution in alluvial to coastal plain strata: Upper Cretaceous Blackhawk Formation, Wasatch Plateau, Central Utah, USA, Sedimentology, Vol:59, ISSN:0037-0746, Pages:2226-2258
Helland-Hansen W, Hampson GJ, 2009, Trajectory analysis: concepts and applications, Basin Research, Vol:21, ISSN:0950-091X, Pages:454-483