- EGLS Talk with Peter Wang from Paradigm on "Financial survival for the oil and gas industry" and Officer Elections
On Friday, April 14th, Peter Wang will be presenting a lecture on "Financial survival for the oil and gas industry". It will take place in SR1 Rm 634 and will start at 1pm.
After the lecture we will be holding officer elections! We will be accepting applications for the following positions until April 13th:
If interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the position you wish to run for.
- SEG Wavelets WNC Panel Discussion
On Friday, April 7th, SEG Wavelets WNC will be hosting a panel type event! It was occur in SR1 Rm 223 from 1-2pm. Lunch will be provided!
The goal of this event is to give advice to students based on the experiences of professionals and other fellow students in a panel/discussion type of setting.
Hope to see you there!
- Geoscience Challenge Bowl
On Friday, March 10th, we will be having a Geoscience Challenge Bowl! This challenge bowl will be in preparation for the April 12th annual Gulf Coast Challenge Bowl that will occur during the 2017 GSH Spring Symposium and Exhibition. The host will be the president of Microseismic, Dr. Peter Duncan.
SEG Wavelets will cover the GSH Symposium registration fees for the winners of this Friday's challenge bowl. GSH will fund the winners of the Gulf Coast Challenge Bowl to attend the SEG annual meeting.
Participants will be competing in teams of two. All undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to participate! If interested, please send your team name and the names and contact information of the members to email@example.com.
- EGLS Talk: An overview of full-waveform inversion in exploration geophysics
On March 3rd, Dr. Thomas A. Dickens will be presenting "An overview of full-waveform inversion in exploration geophysics".
Dr. Dickens received a B.S. in Physics from the University of Virginia (1981) and a Ph. D. in Theoretical Particle Physics from Princeton University in 1987, where he was awarded the Joseph Henry Prize. From 1987-1990 he was employed by MIT Lincoln Laboratory, where he worked on synthetic aperture radar and infrared imaging techniques. He joined Exxon Production Research (now ExxonMobil Upstream Research) in 1990, and has performed research in the areas of tomography, parallel computing, imaging of complex structures, anisotropic depth migration, electromagnetic inversion and FWI. Tom served as Team Lead of the Seismic Processing Research and Deep Imaging groups. His research interests include seismic and electromagnetic imaging, numerical modeling, and FWI. He is a member of SEG, APS, and SIAM.
- EAS Friday Seminar: Dr. Laurie Bellman
On Friday, February 17, 2017, Dr. Laurie Bellman will be giving a lecture on "Data Interpretation and Integration from a Seismic Perspective- The Excitement of Innovation". It wil start at 11am and take place in Agnes Arnold Hall Auditorium 1.
- Regarding the Petroleum Exploration Geoscience Short Course
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Petroleum Exploration Geoscience Shortcourse will be postponed to a later date. We deeply apologize for this. We will update those that have signed up for the shortcourse regarding the new date as soon as it is decided. Thank you.
- Lecture on January 20th: "Seismic amplitude fidelity and its impact on 3D and 4D seismic interpretation"
On January 20th in SR1 634 at 1pm, guest speaker Dr. Paul Hatchell will be delivering a lecture with the topic being "Seismic amplitude fidelity and its impact on 3D and 4D seismic interpretation".
Dr. Paul Hatchell is currently Shell's principal technical expert for 4D reservoir surveillance and is a member of Shell's Areal Field Monitoring team. His activities include the monitoring of seafloor deformation, developing improved 4D seismic acquisition and interpretation techniques, and training the next generation of geoscientists.
- Annual Eas Holiday Party
It's that time of year for celebration and holiday parties!!!
We, along with AAPG Wildcatters, Geosociety, and the EAS Student Body Committee, will be hosting the Annual EAS Holiday Party on Wednesday, December 7th, from 6pm to 10pm at Nouveau Antique Art Bar.
Along with food and a photobooth, there will be a photo contest! Details are in the second flyer attached!
Tickets for students will be $7 before November 30th and $10 after; $15 for faculty; $20 for alumni and professionals. Please buy your tickets through this link (there is a one dollar processing fee):
Hope to see you there!
- Petroleum Exploration Geoscience Short Course
Next semester we will be hosting a "Petroleum Exploration Geoscience" short course. It will be taught by Dr. Kurt Rudolf, an EAS adjunct professor and a previously a long-term seismic stratigrapher for Exxon.
The short course will be held on Saturday, January 28th, 2017 in SR1 Rm 223 from 8am to 5pm. Lunch will be provided.
If you would like to attend, please register through this link:
Registration will be closed on November 22nd.
It will be first come first serve but those who have attended past events, are members of SEG, and have joined SEG Wavelets through "Get Involved" will be favored.
- EGLS Talk
Dr. Jonathan Rotzien, the president of Basin Dynamics, LLC, will be giving a talk on "Deep-Water Petroleum Reservoirs and Their Outcrop Analogues". It will be held at 1pm in SR1 223 on Friday, November 4th, 2016.
- EGLS Talk
SEG Wavelets will host Miguel Bosch from Universidad Central de Venezuela and Info Geosciences Technology and Services to its EGLS Talk on Tuesday Oct. 27th.
- Study Abroad Opportunity.
Great opportunity for Freshmen and Sophomores to study abroad in Brazil. This opportunity is presented by the University of Tulsa will last 5 weeks, and it will include Portuguese instructions and Geophysics credits at the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande.
- SEG Honorary Lecture.