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Duan and Sava's presentation ranked in Top 30 at the 2014 SEG Annual Meeting

Yuting Duan Paul Sava The technical presentation by CWP PhD student Yuting Duan (left) titled "Converted-waves imaging condition for elastic reverse-time migration," was ranked in the top 30 papers presented during the 2014 SEG Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado. The collaborative work between Duan and Paul Sava (right) was selected out of thousands of presentations at the SEG meeting. Congratulations and well done!




Satyan Singh collaborates with Delft University of Technology

Satyan Singh Kees Wapenaar Joost van Der NeutNishant KamathCWP student Satyan Singh (far left) will visit the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in The Netherlands, from January 14 to February 27 to collaborate on his research on 2D autofocus imaging in the presence of a free-surface. He will work closely with the TU Delft seismic imaging team, led by Dr. Kees Wapenaar (center left), as well as with Drs. Joost van Der Neut and Evert Slob (center right, right), in the Department of Geosciences and Engineering. Satyan will also continue his PhD research on Green's function retrieval using Marchenko-type equations and their applications. His previous collaboration with Prof. Wapenaar and Drs. van der Neut and Slob produced a submitted paper to GEOPHYSICS called "Autofocus imaging: Imaging of primaries, internal multiples and free-surface multiples."


January 8 presentation - Chen Tang, University of Texas at Dallas

Chen Tang

Chen Tang,
University of Texas at Dallas


Prof. Ilya Tsvankin and


Chen compares angle-limited images using migration velocity models


Consortium Sponsors, please save this date: 2015 Project Review Meeting

2015 PRM Save the dateConsortium Sponsors, please save the date of the 2015 CWP Project Review Meeting on May 11-14, 2015 in Golden, Colorado. More information will be available soon on this website. Please contact Pamela Kraus, CWP Program Assistant, if you have any questions regarding this meeting. Thank you for your support of our Consortium and we look forward to seeing you next spring!





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