Second EAGE/PESGB Workshop on Velocities

Date
4 - 5 April
Location
London, United Kingdom
Registration
Early
Call for papers
Closed

Join us in London!

 

After a successful first edition in 2018, EAGE and PESGB are bringing this workshop back to London on 4-5 April 2019.

Despite considerable improvements in seismic data quality and imaging algorithms, velocities and earth models remain the key challenge for depth prediction. Therefore, EAGE and PESGB have joint forces to establish a series of workshops to address this and other issues involved in velocities. In this second workshop we focus on all aspects of reducing uncertainties; including applications in seismic imaging, velocity model building, pore pressure prediction, depth conversion and drilling.

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Online Registration is now open!

 

 

Important Dates

Call for Abstracts Open Now
Registration Open Now
Call for Abstracts Closes 14 February 2019
Early Registration deadline 28 February 2019
Late Registration deadline   1 April 2019

Facts

Date  4-5 April 2019
Venue TBC
Location  London, UK
Attendees 75+

The Call for Abstracts is now open!

The Call for Abstracts for the Second EAGE/PESGB Workshop on Velocities is now open! The committee invites you to submit 1-2 pages on one of the following topics:

01 Velocity Modelling Challenges
02 Seismic Acquisition for Velocity Estimation
03 Full Waveform Inversion, Reflection Tomography and other Velocity Model Building Techniques
04 Multiparameter Estimation: Anisotropy, Attenuation and Elastic
05 Joint Velocity Inversion with Borehole and Non-seismic Measurements
06 Velocities for Geohazard Identification and Pore Pressure Prediction
07 Velocities as an Interpretation Product
08 Understanding Uncertainty in Velocity Models: Bayesian, Stochastic, Ensemble based and other
09 Machine Learning and Velocity Model Building
10 Other

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