Imperial College London

Sian Evans

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Earth Science & Engineering

Research Postgraduate







Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus





PhD student within the Basins Research Group studying Messinian salt tectonics in the eastern Mediterranean.


2016 - Present     PhD Student, Imperial College London

2015 - 2016         MSc Petroleum Geoscience, Imperial College London (Statoil Scholarship)

2011 - 2015         MSci Earth Sciences, University of Oxford 

Previous Research Projects

2015 MSci Project      Subsidence history, flexure and crustal structure of the passive continental margin of North-West Australia. Supervised by Professor Anthony Watts, University of Oxford and Dr Ron Hackney, Geoscience Australia.

2016 MSc Project       Tectono-stratigraphic evolution and frontier exploration screening of the South Western Approaches Basins. Supervised by Dr Chris Leppard, Statoil (UK).

Graduate Teaching Assistant 

Global Geophysics (2nd Year Undergraduates) - Dr Jenny Collier

Earth Materials (1st Year Undergraduates) - Dr Matthew Genge

Petrophysics - (MSc Postgraduates) - Professor Matthew Jackson

Seismic Interpretation (MSc Postgraduates) - Dr Rebecca Bell

Wytch Farm Field Development Project (MSc Postgraduates) - Dr Gary Hampson



Evans S, Jackson C, Base-Salt Relief Controls Salt-Related Deformation in the Outer Kwanza Basin, offshore Angola, Basin Research, ISSN:0950-091X

Evans S, Jackson CA-L, Base-Salt Relief Controls Salt-Related Deformation in the Outer Kwanza Basin, offshore Angola

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