Posted on May 03, 2021
I hope that this note finds you very well. All is well on this end: very busy and very happy. Below, for your possible interest, please find the Closing Presentation of the 2021 SEG/DGS Workshop on Velocity Model Building, and the presentation slides. And separately, please find two recently submitted SEG Abstracts and a few relevant papers. I look forward to staying in touch. Sending you my warmest best wishes to be well and to please stay healthy, happy and safe.
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Highlights from the final day of the #SEG #DGS Velocity Model Building workshop! Closing the workshop with discussions on Waveform Inversion & case studies and engaging keynote presentations by Ian Jones (ION) and Denes Vigh (Schlumberger) and a fantastic closing address by Arthur Weglein (University of Houston). #velocitymodeling
In addition, for your possible interest below please find: a selection of Recent Invited Key-Note Addresses at International Conferences and Workshops
I. Challenges & New Advances in Velocity Model Building
The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) and the Dhahran Geophysical Society (DGS) organizing an SEG/DGS workshop on “Challenges & New Advances in Velocity Model Building” for March 9-11 2021 in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. workshop (the Organizers are from Petroleum Development, Oman, Shell Oil and Saudi Aramco) invitation to participate, and to present as the Closing Speaker.
II. Primaries and Multiples: Their Roles in Seismic Processing and Exploration
Key-note address at the SEG/KOC Workshop Dec. 3-5, 2019
III. Direct and Indirect Seismic Processing Methods: Seismic Migration and Inversion- Recent Advances and Open Issues
IV. On-Shore E&P Challenges : recent progress and open issues
V. Weglein 2018 SEG Post-Convention Workshop on “Multiples” Keynote address
VI. Defining and Addressing Seismic Game-Changing Challenges
VII. Seismic Amplitude Analysis for parameter estimation- a direct inversion method, the benefit and added-value