With more than 1,800 abstracts received for review, the 2018 Technical Program features over 1,080 quality presentations in 151 diverse sessions, including ten Special Sessions and one Special Global Session.

Sign up for the Technical Program by registering for the SEG Annual Meeting. Access to the Technical Program is included in the following registration types: Full Delegate Registration, One-Day Registration, and Two-Day Registration. Attendees registered for the Business of Applied Geophysics Sessions only (BAG Registration and Three-Day Exposition Registration) will have access to the Technical Program poster presentations.

The full Technical Program schedule for the SEG 2018 Annual Meeting will be posted early September.

Abbreviation Topic
ACQ Acquisition and Survey Design
ANI Anisotropy
AVOSI AVO and Seismic Inversion
BG Borehole Geophysics
EM EM Exploration and Reservoir Surveillance
FWI Full Waveform Inversion
GM Gravity and Magnetics
INT Interpretation
MG Mining
MLDA Machine Learning and Data Analytics for E&P
MP Multi-Physics Data Integration
MS Multicomponent Seismic
NS Near Surface 
PS Passive Seismic
Abbreviation Topic
RC Reservoir Characterization
RP Rock Physics
SGS Special Global Session
SM Seismic Modeling
SPET Seismic Processing: Emerging Technologies
SPMI Seismic Processing: Migration
SPMNR Seismic Processing: Multiples, Noise, and Regularization
SS Special Session
ST Seismic Theory
SVE Seismic Velocity Estimation
TL Time Lapse
VSP Vertical Seismic Profile

Oral Sessions

Room Monday, 15 October
1:50-5:10 PM
Tuesday, 16 October
8:30-11:50 AM
Tuesday, 16 October
1:50-5:10 PM
Wednesday, 17 October
8:30-11:50 AM
Wednesday, 17 October
1:50-5:10 PM
Thursday, 18 October
8:30-11:50 AM
202A RP 1: Rock Physics Models RP 2: Poroelasticity and Granular Media RP 3: Experimental Rock Physics and Q RP 4:  Shales and Source Rocks RP 5: Experimental Rock Physics RP 6: Digital Rocks and Rock Physics Models
204A NS 1: Geoscientists Without Borders and Hydrogeophysics NS 2: Surface Wave Studies and Applications NS 3: Novel Procedures and Agricultural Applications NS 4: Tomography for Improved Imaging and Airborne Applications NS 5: Site Characterizations NS 6: Tunnel Detection
204B SS 1: Recent Advances and the Road Ahead MLDA 1: Classification for Interpretation 1 MLDA 2: Noise Attenuation and Seismic Processing 2 MLDA 3: Facies Classification and Reservoir Properties 2 MLDA 4: Seismic Imaging and Inversion 2 MLDA 5: Various Machine Learning Applications 2
204C TL 1: Acquisition and Case Histories TL 2: Modeling, Inversion and Analysis SS 5: Geophysicists in the Workforce SPET 1: Acquisition-related Processing Challenges SPET 2: Signal and Image Processing SPET 3: Imaging and Case Studies
205A SM 1: Wave Physics 1 SM 2: Studies SM 3: Methods 2 SM 4: Wave Physics 2 ANI 1: Migration and Traveltimes ANI 2: Practical Applications
206A AVOSI 1: Case Studies and Workflows AVOSI 2: Frequency Dependence and Inversion Methods AVOSI 3: Anisotropic Media AVOSI 4: Theory and Deconvolution Methods AVOSI 5: AVO Inversion AVOSI 6: Theory, Methods and Applications
207A SPMI 1: Enhanced Least-squares Imaging SS 3: Engineering Geophysics SPMI 2: Efficiency of Advanced Imaging SPMI 3: Least-squares Imaging Examples and use of Multiples SPMI 4: Wave Propagation and Imaging Methods SPMI 5: Image Gather Generation and Processing
207C FWI 1: New Data Types and Regularizations FWI 2: Case Studies FWI 3: Computational and Practical Issues FWI 4 : Cycle Skipping and Long-wavelength Updating 2 FWI 5: Elastic and Multiparameter Methods FWI 6: Novel Approaches
208A PS 1: Detection, Location, and Characterization PS 2: Event Location and Velocity Inversion PS 3: Geomechanics and Interpretation SVE 1: Case Studies and Practical Approaches PS 4: Microseismic Case Studies 2 SVE 2: Theory: Wave-and Ray-based Methods
209A RC 1: Amplitudes, Attenuation and Attributes RC 2: Bayesian Analysis, Statistical Methods and Machine Learning RC 3: Clastics, Carbonates and Volcanics RC 4: Geomechanics, Fractures and Flow RC 5: Imaging, Inversion and Integrated Studies RC 6: Transforms, Spectral Decomposition and Signal Processing
210A INT 1: Interpretation Workflows and Techniques INT 2: Interpretation Methods and Algorithms INT 3: Stratigraphic and Facies Interpretation INT 4: Faults and Fractures INT 5: Event-picking and Reservoir Characterization INT 6: Case Studies 2
210C ACQ 1: Land Seismic Acquisition ACQ 2: Marine Seismic Acquisition SGS 1: Southern Gulf of Mexico and Latin America ACQ 3: Marine Vibrators and Compressive Sensing ACQ 4: Blended Seismic SS 9: Injection Induced Seismicity
211A SPMNR 1: Multiples SS 4: Geophysics and Medical Imaging Applications SPMNR 2: Noise Attenuation and Regularization SS 6: California Case Studies ST 1: Wave Field Modeling, Analysis and Marchenko Imaging Methods ST 2: Processing and Modeling Techniques
212A BG 1: Sonic and Acoustic Logging BG 2: LWD and Geosteering BG 3: Emerging Technology and New Applications VSP 1: Processing, Imaging, and Case Studies SS 8: VSP, Advanced Processing, and Imaging Approaches for DAS SS 10: Novel DAS Sensing Strategies and Machine Learning
213A MS 1: Case Studies and Methodology MS 2: Imaging and Inversion Advances EM 1: Reservoir and Subsurface Integrity Monitoring with Steel Casing MP 1: Imaging and Inversion EM 2: Theory EM 3: Applications
213B SS 2: Developments and Applications of Surface-wave Methods  GM 1: Numerical Interpretation GM 2: Interpretation and Data Considerations SS 7: SEG/AGU Hydrogeophysics MG 1: Case Histories MG 2: New Methods and Developments

Posters

All poster presentations are located in Exposition Hall C.

Monday, 15 October
1:50-4:20 PM
Tuesday, 16 October
9:20-11:50 AM
Tuesday, 16 October
1:50-4:20 PM
Wednesday, 17 October
9:20-11:50 AM
Wednesday, 17 October
1:50-4:20 PM
INT P1: Attribute Applications MLDA P1: Facies Classification and Reservoir Properties 1 MLDA P3: Classification for Interpretation 2 MLDA P4: Seismic Imaging and Inversion 1 MLDA P5: Various Machine Learning Applications 1
NS P1: Shallow Velocity MLDA P2: Noise Attenuation and Seismic Processing 1 NS P3: GPR and Engineering Applications NS P4: Site studies NS P5: Electrical and Potential Modeling and Inversion
RC P1: Carbonates NS P2: Shallow Velocity and Coherency Improvement RC P3: Tight Reservoirs, Fractures and Faults RC P4: Reservoir Continuity, Thin Beds NS P6: Shallow Seismic
FWI P1: Reflections and Migration RC P2: Inversion, Attributes, and Geostatistics FWI P2: Cycle Skipping and Long-wavelength Updating 1 FWI P3: Multiple Parameters and Practical Issues  FWI P4: New Methods and Computational Issues
GM P1: Application of Interpretation Tools SPMNR P1 : Noise Attenuation and Signal Processing Applications ACQ P2: Sensors, MEMS and DAS BG P1: Wireline Logging Technology BG P2: Novel Applications
AVOSI P1: Theory and Methods 1 ACQ P1: Land Equipment and Case Histories ST P1: Data Analysis and Modeling Concepts AVOSI P3: Methods and Applications INT P3: Case Studies 1
EM P1: Developments AVOSI P2: Theory and Methods 2 INT P2: Interpretation Methods MG P1: Case Histories and New Methods PS P2: Interferometry and Ambient Noise
 SM P1: Methods 1 EM P2: Applications and Risk Estimation MS P1: Research and Application PS P1: Microseismic Case Studies 1 TL P1: Processing and Inversion
SVE P1: Algorithms VSP P1: Data Analysis and DAS ANI P1: Kinematics and Velocities RP P2: Shales and Fractures SM P3: Methods 4
SPET P1: Signal Processing RP P1: Models to Digital Rocks SPET P2: Imaging-related Processing Challenges SM P2: Methods 3 SPMI P3: Least-squares Migration Methods and Imaging Efficiency
SPMI P1: Elastic RTM and Enhanced Imaging Conditions SPMI P2: Imaging Enhancement and Examples MP P1: Modeling and Monitoring ACQ P3: Survey Design, Blended Seismic, Sources SVE P2: Tomography

 

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