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EAGE invites you to join us (again) for the second conference in Strasbourg in November 2021, it is yet unclear what the pandemic will mean for the energy transition. When we started preparing the first conference ‘Geoscience and Engineering for the Energy Transition (GET2020)’ one year ago, we could not imagine where the world – and the energy sector – would be by the time it was held in November.
High-Performance-Computing plays a leading role in our current energy business and will be of critical importance for a successful energy transition. Looking across multiple industries, our business undoubtedly exploits the largest High-Performance-Computing capacity. HPC helps in seeking higher productivity, lowering costs and making better use of huge amounts of data through high-performance simulation and data analytics. Algorithms performing as fast as possible on the best available hardware have a direct impact on many of the decisions shaping our business. This is particularly true in this post COVID world. Achieving this goal, through the various forms of HPC, from Supercomputers on premise to elastic and versatile solutions on the cloud, is the underlying theme of this fifth instance of the EAGE HPC for Upstream: “Heterogeneous HPC: Challenges, Current and Future Trends”.
SEG HONORARY LECTURES 2021
Xiaogui Miao, Lucy MacGregor, Adriana Citlali Ramírez, Nimisha Vedanti, John Bradford
SEG programs are supported in part by the SEG Foundation.
EVOLVE (https://seg.org/EVOLVE) is a Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG, https://seg.org/) 6-months program, aiming to find the best investment opportunity on the Cooper Basin (Queensland, Australia), selected as a UNIPG study site for this 2021 edition (January-June). This academic program offers to students the possibility to work on Geophysical and Geological (G&G) data with a multidisciplinary approach and using Energy Industry software specifically developed for exploration and production purposes. The program is developed under the close supervision of EVOLVE-SEG mentors and University professors. It is the third consecutive year that a team of students of the Dipartimento di Fisica e Geologia – Università degli Studi di Perugia – is selected in Italy.
The Organizing Committee BE GEO SCIENTISTS is pleased to invite you to the 1st National Congress of Italy for Young Geoscientists – Be Geo Scientists 2021 (BeGEO 2021), which will be held at the University of Naples Federico II from 7 to 10 October 2021.
BeGEO 2021 is the first Italian network for young geoscientists and it represents a great opportunity for undergraduate, postgraduate, Ph.D. students, pre- or post-doctoral researchers, employed and unemployed, in the Earth Sciences framework, to share their recent findings with other colleagues in an interdisciplinary environment.
“ChattingWith” Prof. Maurizio Fedi & Dott. Gianluca Gabbriellini – NEW TRENDS OF INTERPRETATION FOR POTENTIAL FIELDS
Potential fields are passive methods. They are based on the measurement of the Earth’s natural gravimetric and magnetic fields. In gravimetry, geophysicists measure the vertical component of the gravitational acceleration vector with great precision. In the case of magnetism, it is possible to measure the three components of the magnetic field vector or, more commonly, a single component called the total field. It refers to the direction of the main field that originates in the liquid outer core of the Earth…
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”.
European Geosciences, Union General Assembly 2021: Pattern recognition and statistical models applied to earthquake occurrence
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
for Philosophy Doctors and University Graduates
in disciplines related to the Energy Industry
To reward outstanding university graduates specializing in areas related to the Energy Industry, SPE Italian Section (Society of Petroleum Engineers), EAGE (European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers) and Assorisorse (Sustainable Natural Resources and Energy) announce the 28th “Gustavo Sclocchi” Theses Award.
University graduates from Italian universities and Italian nationals graduated abroad who have completed their studies in the period October 1st 2019 to December 31st 2020 are entitled to submit their published thesis for the award.
ChattingWith Image and Sound Processing Lab (ISPL) Department of Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria – Politecnico di Milano
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.
The Image and Sound Processing Lab (ISPL) of the Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria (DEIB) of the Politecnico di Milano has more than twenty years of experience on applying advanced signal processing and machine learning techniques to multidimensional data.
In the last five years, ISPL has extended the field of application of its expertise to geophysical data. This has been possible due to the deep knowledge on seismic data processing that is present at DEIB thanks to Prof. Fabio Rocca and by Prof. Giuseppe Drufuca.
linkedinyoutubeAfter winning the Italian Challenge Bowl held during the 38th edition of GNGTS in Rome on November 14th, 2019, we were excited to leave for Houston (Texas) and participate in the 90th Annual Meeting of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), as...
The Italian EAGE-SEG Section interviewed Aldo Vesnaver and Eleonora Denich, INOGS geophysical researchers, about the current applications and future perspectives on Seismic Inversion techniques, focusing on Machine Learning and Artificial intelligence.
The Italian EAGE-SEG Sectioninterviewed Massimo Fervari about the current applications and future perspectives onSeismic Inversion techniques, a technical topic with enormous implicationson the E&P activities of Energy Companies.Seismic Inversion has several applications and Massimo’s brain is certainly among the most passionate ones to pick.
As in the 2019, when a group of UNIPG students won the participation to the SEG meeting in San Antonio (Texas), also this year another team of UNIPG students successfully accomplished the collaborative project SEG EVOLVE edition 2020, working remotely in collaboration with Engineering Students from the University of Leoben, Austria.
Thanks to an excellent performance during the final EVOLVE presentation in June, they got selected to join the International Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) Annual Meeting to present their work.
FIELD CAMP OUTLINE: the camp will be held in the so called Verteglia Plain (Montella, AV). This site represents a small sedimentary basin located at 1230 m a.s.l. on the Terminio Mount, an important carbonate structure of the Southern Apennines.
In this area, the highly karstified bedrock and the filling pyroclastic sediments characterize a complex and particular hydrogeological scenario. The aim of the field camp is therefore double: training activities on geophysical data acquisitions; detection of geological features of the site through different geophysical measurements.
We announce the winners for the 27th edition of the Sclocchi Award. A collaboration among SPE, EAGE and Assomineraria to reward excellent university graduates in Energy related disciplines.
Simon Blondel, Angelo Camerlenghi, Anna Del Ben When we talk about controversial topics in geosciences, the Mediterranean Salt Giant (MSG) and its origin is one which comes immediately to mind. Since the discovery of Messinian evaporites under the Mediterranean...