EAGE/PESGB present Understanding Seismic Anisotropy in Exploration and Exploitation

27 - 28 November
London, United Kingdom
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EAGE/PESGB present Understanding Seismic Anisotropy in Exploration and Exploitation

Join the class of Leon Thomsen in London!


EAGE and PESGB are proud to bring Dr Leon Thomsen and his course 'Understanding Seismic Anisotropy in Exploration and Exploitation - Hands on' to London. In 2002 the course was introduced as EAGE/SEG DISC and has traveled the world since. This course covers all areas of applied seismic anisotropy, with class exercises and ample time for full discussion. Because anisotropy is such a fundamental concept, it covers topics in seismic acquisition, processing, imaging and interpretation, all based on seismic rock physics.

The next stop of the 2-day course will be London on 27-28 November 2017. Do not miss out on this opportunity!


Important Dates

Registration Open 15 August 217
Early Registration deadline 15 October 2017
Education Days Stavanger 20-24 November 2017
EAGE/PESGB Short Course 27-28 November 2017

Registration is now closed!

Online registration for this two-day course by Dr Leon Thomsen is now closed. If you wish to regsiter onsite, please inform EAGE via events@eage.org to supply you with the course material.

If you register onsite, please bring your laptop or tablet to benefit the most out of the course.



About Leon Thomsen

Leon Thomsen holds titles of Chief Scientist at Delta Geophysics, Research Professor at the University of Houston, and Visiting Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He holds a B.S. in geophysics from California Institute of Technology (Pasadena), and a Ph.D. in geophysics from Columbia University (New York).

Leon has served the SEG as Distinguished Lecturer, Vice-President, and President (2006-07). He served as SEG/EAGE DISC Instructor in 2002. He is an Honorary Member of the Geophysical Society of Houston, and of EAGE.


Date:  27-28 November 2017

Location:  PESGB, London, UK

Expected Attendees: 20+

Type of Event: Short Course