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Center for Wave Phenomena

2016 Project Review Meeting
May 16-19, 2016
Cheyenne Mountain Resort
Colorado Springs, Colorado

 

 

The Center for Wave Phenomena welcomes all Consortium sponsor representatives to the 32nd annual Project Review meeting of the Consortium Project on Seismic Inverse Methods for Complex Structures. CWP gratefully gratefully acknowledges all CWP sponsors (listed below in alphabetical order) whose generous support makes this meeting possible. Click on any icon to view additional information about Consortium sponsor companies:

Aramco BG Group BGPInc BHPBilliton BPAmerica cgg chevron

Sinopec Cimarexconocophillipsenieni

exxonmobil Halliburton/Landmark hess ikon Science ION Geophysical

JOGMECmarathon nexenparadigmPGS

petrobras repsol shell statoil TGStotal Tullow Oilwesterngeco

 

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Meeting agenda at a glance: 2016 Project Review Meeting agenda


Monday, May 16 - CWP Tutorial

Time

Presentation

Description

1:00

Michael Wakin

"Compressive sensing"

Michael B. Wakin
Department of Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science
Colorado School of Mines

A major focus in signal processing is on developing low-dimensional models for the structure inherent in high-dimensional signals. Indeed, such models are key to reducing the burden of acquiring, processing, transmitting, and understanding signals in data-rich settings and improving the quality of information that can be extracted from signals in data-starved settings. An exciting byproduct of this work has been the emergence of a field known as Compressive Sensing (CS). CS is based on the revelation that certain high-dimensional signals obeying lowdimensional models can actually be recovered from small numbers of (possibly random) linear measurements. In this tutorial, Prof. Wakin will provide a general introduction to CS, and survey some of its many potential variations and applications.

 

5:30 - 7:00

 

CWP buffet dinner
Centennial Ballroom

 

 

7:30 - 9:00

 

CWP welcome reception (desserts)
Cheyenne Courtyard
(Note: If inclement weather, Remington Room I & II)

 

 

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Tuesday, May 17 sessions

07:00 - 08:00

Breakfast
Centennial Ballroom

Time

Presenter

Presentation

8:00 paul Paul Sava


Welcome and opening remarks

8:15 Daniel Daniel Rocha, Jr.

Anisotropic elastic wavefield imaging using the energy norm

8:45 lucas Lucas Almeida Denoising and interpolation using sparse regularization
9:15 ivan Ivan Lim Chen Ning Multicomponent Distributed Acoustic Sensing
9:45 Vladimir Vladimir Li Gradients for VTI acoustic wavefield tomography

10:15 - 10:45


Refreshment break
10:45 nishant Nishant Kamath Elastic FWI for VTI media: A synthetic parameterization study
11:15 Qifan Qifan Liu Extended inverse Born modeling in TI media
11:30 aaron Aaron Prunty Memory effects in wave propagation

12:00 - 1:00

Lunch
Centennial Ballroom

Time

Presenter

Presentation

1:00 Satyan Satyan Singh Strategies for imaging with Marchenko-retrieved Green's functions
1:30 Antoine Antoine Guitton Sparse log-domain deconvolution with offset: A Gulf of Mexico example
1:45 Alex Alex Jia Marchenko imaging for subsalt field data

2:15 - 2:45

Refreshment break
2:45 thomas Thomas Rapstine Contactless seismic acquisition using stereo vision
3:15 xinming Xinming Wu 3D automatic seismic interpretation - methods and applications

 

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Wednesday, May 18 sessions

7:00 - 8:00

Breakfast
Centennial Ballroom

Time

Presenter

Presentation

8:00 yuting Yuting Duan Elastic least-squares migration
8:30 esteban Esteban Díaz Imaging the model through wave equations
9:00 Tong Tong Bai Waveform inversion for attenuation estimation in anisotropic media

9:30

Hui Hui Wang Feasibility of waveform inversion in acoustic orthorhombic media

10:00 - 10:30


Refreshment break
10:30 oscar Oscar Jarillo Michel Anisotropic waveform inversion for microseismic velocity analysis and event location
11:00 Daniel Daniel Rocha, Jr. Passive wavefield imaging using the energy norm
11:30 Vladimir Grechka Sergey Yaskevich

Anisotropic velocity-model building in downhole microseismic monitoring

Vladimir Grechka
and
Sergey Yaskevich

12:00 - 1:00

Lunch
Centennial Ballroom

Time

Presenter

Presentation

1:00 Satyan Satyan Singh Beyond Marchenko - Obtaining virtual receivers and virtual sources in the subsurface
1:30 esteban Esteban Díaz Extended imaging, deconvolution, and two-way wavefields
2:00 Antoine Antoine Guitton Full-waveform inversion in a VTI elastic Earth: A parameterization and crosstalk study
2:30 elias Elias Arias Holographic computing in geophysics

3:00 - 3:30

Refreshment break

3:30 yuting Yuting Duan 3D angle decomposition for elastic reverse time migration
4:00 Paul WIlliamson

Invitation to Futterman inversion

Jon Claerbout

6:00 -
7:30

CWP buffet dinner
Centennial Ballroom

 

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Thursday, May 19 sessions

7:00 - 8:00

Breakfast
Centennial Ballroom

Time

Presenter

Presentation

8:00 Roel Roel Snieder Variations and healing of the seismic velocity
8:45 Sonali Sonali Pattnaik Full-waveform inversion with reflected waves for 2D VTI media
9:15 Thomas Thomas Planès Model-based redatuming: An inverse filter approach

9:45 - 10:15


Refreshment break
10:15 Yogesh John Stockwell OpenSeaSeis

10:45


CWP Business Meeting

 

 

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CWP guest presenter profiles (in meeting chronological order)

Michael Wakin

Michael B. Wakin

Department of
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,
Colorado School of Mines

Michael B. Wakin is the Ben L. Fryrear Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Colorado School of Mines (CSM). Dr. Wakin received a B.S. in electrical engineering and a B.A. in mathematics in 2000 (summa cum laude), an M.S. in electrical engineering in 2002, and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering in 2007, all from Rice University. He was an NSF Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Caltech from 2006-2007 and an Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan from 2007-2008. His research interests include sparse, geometric, and manifoldbased models for signal processing and compressive sensing. In 2007, Dr. Wakin shared the Hershel M. Rich Invention Award from Rice University for the design of a single-pixel camera based on compressive sensing; in 2008, Dr. Wakin received the DARPA Young Faculty Award for his research in compressive multisignal processing for environments such as sensor and camera networks; in 2012, Dr. Wakin received the NSF CAREER Award for research into dimensionality reduction techniques for structured data sets; and in 2014, Dr. Wakin received the Excellence in Research Award for his research as a junior faculty member at CSM.

Paul Williamson

Jon Claerbout

Cecil Green Professor Emeritus of Geophysics,
Stanford University

Jon Claerbout is the Cecil Green Professor Emeritus of Geophysics at Stanford University. He received his BS in physics in 1960, his MS in geophysics in 1963, and his PhD in 1967, all from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prof. Claerbout consulted with Chevron in 1967-73, and he found the Stanford Exploration Project (SEP) in 1973. He received the Best Presentation Award from the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) for his paper, "Extrapolation of Wave Fields." He is an honorary member of SEG and a recipient of its Fessenden Award. Jon was elected a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, elected to the National Academy of Engineering, and received SEG's highest award, the Maurice Ewing Medal. He is also an Honorary Member of the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) and is a recipient of EAGE's highest recognition, the Erasmus Award. He is the author of five geophysics books (of which two were translated into Russian and Chinese): "Fundamentals of Geophysical Data Processing," (1976), "Imaging the Earth's Interior" (1985), "Earth Soundings Analysis: Processing versus Inversion" (1992), "Basic Earth Soundings," (internet only), and "Geophysical Image Estimation by Example" (2014).

 

Vladimir Grechka

Vladimir Grechka

Marathon Oil

Vladimir Grechka received his MS degree (1984) in geophysical exploration from Novosibirsk State University, Russia, and a PhD (1990) in geophysics from the Institute of Geophysics, Novosibirsk, Russia. He worked in the same Institute from 1984 to 1994 as a research scientist. He was a graduate student at the University of Texas at Dallas from 1994 to 1995. Then Vladimir joined the Department of Geophysics at the Colorado School of Mines, where he was an associate research professor and a co-leader of the Center for Wave Phenomena. Vladimir was employed by Shell as a senior geophysicist from 2001 to 2012. Currently, he is a geoscience consultant with Marathon Oil Company. Vladimir is author of three books and more than 400 papers devoted to various aspects of elastic wave propagation, seismic exploration and development. His professional activities include modeling, processing, and inversion of active and passive seismic data, as well as fracture characterization and geomechanics. Vladimir is a member of the SEG and EAGE. He served as the Editor-in-Chief of GEOPHYSICS and SEG Editor from 2009 to 2011. Vladimir received the East European Award from European Geophysical Society (1992), J. Clarence Karcher Award from SEG (1997), the Honorable Recognition Award from EAGE (2010), and The Best Paper in TLE Award from SEG (2013).

Sergey Yaskevich

Sergey Yaskevich

Institute of Petroleum Geology and Geophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences

Sergey Yaskevich is a researcher at the Institute of Petroleum Geology and Geophysics, and a lecturer at Novosibirsk State University. Dr. Yaskevich's scientific interests are: microseismic data processing and inverse kinematic problems, interferometry, and hydraulic fracturing. He received his PhD in 2015 at Novosibirsk.

 

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