Nadima Dwihusna is originally from Indonesia. She is currently working at Chevron based in Houston. Nadima serves as a data modeler at the Mid-Continent BU and Rockies BU Data & Insight Modernization team. She is also part of the Semi-Automated Rationalized Interpretation Analysis (SAURIAN) team within the connectivity and compartmentalization feature, optimizing their Fault Detect machine learning model.
Nadima received her BS ('18) and MS ('20) degrees in geophysics, both from the Colorado School of Mines. She was in the Reservoir Characterization Project (RCP) consortium for graduate school. Her thesis leveraged machine learning to characterize reservoirs in Raudhatain Field, Kuwait. Nadima previously served as the Social Media Coordinator for Chevron's Integrated and Interpretation Modeling (IIM) Community of Practice, President for the Colorado School of Mines' International Student Council, and Vice-President for the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and Society of Women in Geophysics. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, snowboarding, and spending time with her friends and family.