Deyan Draganov is an Associate Professor in the section of Applied Geophysics and Petrophysics at the Department of Geoscience and Engineering at Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands). He obtained his PhD (cum laude) in 2007. His expertise lies in the theory and application of seismic exploration methods, and especially seismic interferometry, from ultrasonics, through near-surface and exploration to global scales. Since 2004, Draganov’s research has resulted in 61 published papers, one book publication, and two book chapters. In 2010, Draganov received the J. Clarence Karcher Award from SEG. Draganov was awarded VENI in 2007 (08115) and VIDI in 2012 (864.11.009) personal grants by the Dutch science foundation NWO. From 2006 till 2017, he served as Associate Editor for Geophysics and from 2017 to 2019 as an Assistant Editor for Geophysics. He is a member of SEG and EAGE.
Since 2012, Draganov is applying his expertise in seismic imaging and characterization to problems from art and archaeology.
Draganov, D., J. Hunziker, K. Heller, K. Gutkowski, and F. Marte, 2018, High-resolution Ultrasonic Imaging of Artworks with Seismic Interferometry for Their Conservation and Restoration: Studies in Conservation, 63(5), 277-291, doi:10.1080/00393630.2018.1437870.
Liu, J., D. Draganov, and R. Ghose, 2018, Seismic interferometry facilitating the imaging of shallow seismic reflections hidden beneath surface waves: Near Surface Geophysics, 16, 372-382, doi:10.3997/1873-0604.2018013.
Liu, J., Q.P.J. Bourgeois, R. Ghose, and D. Draganov, 2019, Detection of near-surface heterogeneities at archaeological sites using seismic diffractions: First Break, 37, 107-111.
Liu, J., D. Draganov, R. Ghose, and Q. Bourgeois, 2020, Near-surface scatters detection at archaeological sites based on interferometric workflow: Geophysics, in press