EAGE/SBGF Workshop on Least-Squares Migration

Date
27 - 28 November
Location
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Registration
Closing soon
Call for papers
Closed

 

Bin Wang -  Director of Research and Development at TGS

 

 Bin Wang received his bachelor’s and master’s degree in electrical engineering from Beijing University in China and a PhD in geophysics from   Purdue University in USA.  He also received an MBA from Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas.

 

 Bin started his geophysical career with Mobil Oil in 1993, and worked for CGGVeritas before joining TGS as a research manager in 2007.  He is  now the director of research and development at TGS.  Bin published over 100 technical papers in the areas of velocity model building,  migration and inversion. He was named as one of distinguished lecturers by EAGE in 2010.  In 2013, he was selected as an EAGE e-lecturer for   l least-squares RTM.  He was awarded an SEG life membership award in 2014.

  

Nizar Chemingui - Department Manager for Seismic Imaging Technology at PGS. 

 

 
 
 Dr. Chemingui holds a Ph.D. in Geophysics from Stanford University, a Master’s degree from Rice University, and a Bachelor degree in Geophysics from  the Colorado School of Mines. 
 
 He joined the seismic industry in 1999. He worked for ExxonMobil in the subsurface imaging division and for GXT (now ION) as a Senior Research  Geophysicist. In 2006 he joined PGS and has held various positions in the R&D department. He has authored and co-authored numerous publications and  patents on seismic imaging. He received academic and professional awards for his work, including the Cecil H. and Ida Green award in geophysics from  CSM and a best paper award in the Leading Edge. He is a member of SEG, EAGE, AGU, and GSH.

 

 

Henri Houllevigue - Exploration Representative & South America Geophysical Operations Manager - Total Brazil

 


 

 Graduated from ENSMIM, (Nancy Mining School) and IFP (French Institute of Oil), he has worked in a large variety of positions for Total in   headquarters and affiliates: Syria, Angola, Nigeria, USA, Brazil and France.

 He was Vice President America Exploration Portfolio Management, VP Geophysics in the Houston R&D center and Corporate Geophysical   Operations Manager.

 Recently Total Brazil R&D Director, he is currently nursering potential R&D projects to be developed in Brazil.