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CWP Seminars - 2015 Spring

CWP seminars discuss topics pertaining to our broad areas of research interests. These seminars are led by CWP faculty, students and, on occasion, by guest presenters. CWP seminars are held every Monday at 4 p.m. in the Green Center on the Colorado School of Mines campus. Click here to see previous CWP Seminars.

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Spring 2015 CWP seminars

Date Speaker(s) Title Abstract
1/26

Roel Snieder

Roel Snieder

Walking in the footsteps of Michael Berry

I will give an overview of research that I did during my sabbatical. This includes super-resolution without evanescent waves, seismic waves as a Foucault pendulum (or not), interferometry in caustics, and time-lapse changes.

1/19

Elias Arias

Elias Arias

Internships with our sponsors and hackathon fun

BHP Billiton Petroleum Geoscience Internship
Hawkville, Red Hawk, and Black Hawk oil and gas fields comprise the Eagleford asset for BHP Billiton Petroleum. My summer internship was aimed at maximizing production for the Hawkville field given a newly processed seismic
dataset (pre-stack orthorhombic depth migration) and a large well log database.

ExxonMobil Exploration Company Geophysics Internship
I will give a quick general overview to my project and some key learnings.

SEG 2014 Geophysics Hackathon
As an undergraduate at CSM, a summer field session must be completed as part of the geophysics degree requirements. At this point, seismic acquisition and processing are vague concepts. Wouldn't it be nice to have a mobile app that helps you choose acquisition parameters so that the top and bottom of the layer being targeted is sure to be imaged? Well look no further, GeoRZA for Android can provide this service.

 

1/12 1st CWP seminar of the Spring 2015 semester (CWP administrative topics)

 

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