Vitor Abreu received his B.S. and M.S. degrees at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (Porto Alegre, Brazil) and his Ph.D. degree at Rice University (Houston, Texas). After working at Petrobras and Unocal, he ExxonMobil in 2000 and worked at the Upstream Research Company as a Senior Technical Consultant until he recent retirement. He is now a consultant based in Houston. His work at ExxonMobil includes reservoir characterization of deep water systems, developing research projects including deep water outcrops in North America and Europe, and regional stratigraphic projects in several sedimentary basins around the world. Vitor has been an Adjunct Professor at Rice University since 1999, where he took responsibility for the course on Sequence Stratigraphy after Peter Vail's retirement. Vitor was also appointed Adjunct Professor at the University of Houston. He was the recipient of the Jules Braunstein Memorial Award (best poster presentation, 2002 AAPG/SEPM Annual Meeting) and was appointed AAPG's inaugural international Distinguished Instructor in 2006. He is the current SEPM President-Elect.
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