I membri della University of Naples Federico II SEG Student Chapter, sono lieti di invitarvi al webinar “The past is the key to the future: what we have done and we are planning to do”.
Durante l’evento, il nuovo board della SEG Student Chapter illustrerà tutte le attività che sono state svolte nel biennio 2019/2020 ed i progetti relativi a questo nuovo anno. In particolare, una parte del webinar sarà dedicata alla presentazione dei risultati preliminari relativi alle indagini geofisiche condotte durante il corso “SEG Geophysics Field Camp in Southern Italy 2020”.
We would like to cordially invite you to submit an abstract to the session that we are organizing, which, as in previous EGU Assemblies, focuses on the statistical analysis of earthquake occurrence. Session: NH4.4/SM3 Pattern recognition and statistical models applied to earthquake occurrence
We interviewed Vincenzo Lipari, Paolo Bestagini and Francesco Picetti from the Information and Bioengineering department of the Politecnico di Milano.
They all work on various geophysical activities of the ISPL laboratory. ISPL belongs to the electronics, information and bioengineering department of the Politecnico di Milano.
As Sezione Italiana EAGE-SEG member you are entitled to a discount on the EAGE 2020 ONLINE Conference & Exibition registration fees.
Please follow the link below to claim the discount. Please note: The discount does not apply to Student fees.
In 2016, Peter Duncan presented a two-day overview of microseismic monitoring as he understood it at that time. Over the last four years the application of microseismic data, particularly to the development of unconventional resources through hydraulic fracturing, has made great strides particularly through integration with other reservoir geology and engineering practices. In this course, Duncan will try to bring you up to date on what has been accomplished using case histories of recent projects.
The course is designed for practicing geoscientists and geoscience students who desire a better understanding of the principles and limitations of both current and emerging technologies involved in subsurface parameter estimation and imaging. The material is designed to help readers better understand how contemporary velocity estimation methods work, and what approximations are involved in obtaining computationally tractable solutions. The evolution of the industry’s approaches to building earth models with ray tomography and full waveform inversion is covered, as are some of the emerging possibilities for replacing imaging techniques with direct subsurface parameter inversion methods. The approach will be mostly non-mathematical, concentrating on an intuitive understanding of the principles, demonstrating them via case histories.