Covering all regions of the world, SEG events provide interactive, face-to-face access to new information, key contacts, and innovative solutions.
The 2018 GSH-SEG Spring Symposium & Exhibition, Sharper Imaging: Case Studies Highlighting Advances in Seismic Acquisition and Processing that Impact Drilling Decisions On & Offshore, will include presentations, social gatherings, an SEG Student Challenge Bowl, and a banquet toasting and roasting honoree Dave Hale.
The CPS/SEG Beijing 2018 International Geophysical Conference and Exposition (held every four years) will be held in Beijing, China, 24-27 April 2018. CPS/SEG Beijing 2018 organizers invite you to submit abstracts to be considered for oral or E-poster presentation at this upcoming meeting.
The workshop will serve as a forum to review sources and receivers, broad band acquisition and processing, survey techniques & design, efficiency and cost effectiveness of proven methods to study marine geophysical acquisition.
This workshop will discuss the challenges, opportunities, and trends related to the adoption of Machine Learning in geoscience research and industrial workflows.
This workshop will highlight new ideas that are taking place in rock physics, focusing on unconventional oil/gas and new tools for micro-nano digital rock.
Spend a week with a local volcanologist / seismologist analyzing data from seismic data collection stations as well as being immersed in the basics of 2D / 3D seismic data acquisition, processing, interpretation as well as processes such as Inversion for post data processing data analysis while visiting a variety of locations throughout Costa Rica. Students will receive approximately 45 hours of learning.
The workshop, taking place at the pioneer of the Chinese oil industry, the Daqing Oilfield, will provide the latest research results in rock physics and reservoir geophysics.
Working Workshops as opposed to "talking workshops" are meetings where the participants work in small teams to develop new software code or to conduct computational experiments addressing a particular problem. This workshop asks participants to create small groups to identify and address obstacles to more widespread use of Python and Julia in the geophysical community.
A forum concentrating on unique challenges to geotechnical and civil engineering and geoscience and geophysics in the Central USA.
This workshop will focus on the evolution of marine multi-component seismic and aims to deliberate over various technical issues related to the application of the technology.
The SEG Summer Research Workshop will include a comprehensive review and exchange on what is possible today by using sensors inside borehole. This workshop will cover drilling applications, salt challenge applications, imaging in complex areas, reservoir engineering and monitoring applications.
This workshop will highlight new ideas that arose during the oil & gas digital transformation enabled by AI and ML. It will explore the challenges, opportunities, and trends of AI and ML adoption in the E&P business.
This workshop will address questions related to how the value of geophysics is measured throughout the unconventional asset life cycle, and how this value can be maximized and expressed in economics terms. It will include discussions on all geophysical workflows throughout all of the de-risking phases with a focus on operational geo-hazards, reservoir quality and completion effectiveness.
The SEG Annual Meeting is the world's largest oil, energy and mineral exposition showcasing cutting-edge technology for use in exploration and associated industries. It is the premier venue for individuals to meet and discuss new geophysical technologies and their uses.
The workshop objective is to identify the current state of knowledge and to advance ideas to help promote Exploration in the Red Sea Basin.
The workshop aims to review the current practices of land seismic data processing in view of the advances of data acquisition technologies such as increase number of channels, full azimuth, long offsets, broadband, nodal systems, etc.
GEM 2019 Xi’an will bring together geophysics researchers and practitioners to inspire discussions about the best practices of turning electromagnetic, gravity, and magnetics data into value-added information.
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