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Sixth International Conference on Engineering Geophysics (ICEG)

Thursday, October 28, 2021
1130 GMT
1600 GMT

ASEG is pleased to announce its collaboration with SEG for the highly anticipated Sixth International Conference on Engineering Geophysics (ICEG) that will be held from 25 - 28 Oct 2021 Virtual | Cape town South Africa.  This provides us the opportunity to provide all ASEG Members to ATTEND virtually with an interactive an immersive experience and the ability to connect with like-minded individuals from across the globe.

 

ASEG members receive a discounted price of $250 USD by contacting Suba Jaganathan on sjaganathan@seg.org.

ICEG 2021 will concentrate on global innovation, creativity, advances, and new approaches in the field of engineering/environmental geophysics and related fields. In addition to the core engineering/environmental and geotechnical focuses of this coming event, special sessions in related applications of archaeology, energy and forensic geophysics will be included. 

 

To view the entire technical programme, please visit our website where you can download it.

Sixth International Conference on Engineering Geophysics (ICEG)

Wednesday, October 27, 2021
1130 GMT
1600 GMT

ASEG is pleased to announce its collaboration with SEG for the highly anticipated Sixth International Conference on Engineering Geophysics (ICEG) that will be held from 25 - 28 Oct 2021 Virtual | Cape town South Africa.  This provides us the opportunity to provide all ASEG Members to ATTEND virtually with an interactive an immersive experience and the ability to connect with like-minded individuals from across the globe.

 

ASEG members receive a discounted price of $250 USD by contacting Suba Jaganathan on sjaganathan@seg.org.

ICEG 2021 will concentrate on global innovation, creativity, advances, and new approaches in the field of engineering/environmental geophysics and related fields. In addition to the core engineering/environmental and geotechnical focuses of this coming event, special sessions in related applications of archaeology, energy and forensic geophysics will be included. 

 

To view the entire technical programme, please visit our website where you can download it.

Sixth International Conference on Engineering Geophysics (ICEG)

Tuesday, October 26, 2021
1130 GMT
1600 GMT

ASEG is pleased to announce its collaboration with SEG for the highly anticipated Sixth International Conference on Engineering Geophysics (ICEG) that will be held from 25 - 28 Oct 2021 Virtual | Cape town South Africa.  This provides us the opportunity to provide all ASEG Members to ATTEND virtually with an interactive an immersive experience and the ability to connect with like-minded individuals from across the globe.

 

ASEG members receive a discounted price of $250 USD by contacting Suba Jaganathan on sjaganathan@seg.org.

ICEG 2021 will concentrate on global innovation, creativity, advances, and new approaches in the field of engineering/environmental geophysics and related fields. In addition to the core engineering/environmental and geotechnical focuses of this coming event, special sessions in related applications of archaeology, energy and forensic geophysics will be included. 

 

To view the entire technical programme, please visit our website where you can download it.

 

Sixth International Conference on Engineering Geophysics (ICEG)

Monday, October 25, 2021
1130 GMT
1600 GMT

ASEG is pleased to announce its collaboration with SEG for the highly anticipated Sixth International Conference on Engineering Geophysics (ICEG) that will be held from 25 - 28 Oct 2021 Virtual | Cape town South Africa.  This provides us the opportunity to provide all ASEG Members to ATTEND virtually with an interactive an immersive experience and the ability to connect with like-minded individuals from across the globe.

 

ASEG members receive a discounted price of $250 USD by contacting Suba Jaganathan on sjaganathan@seg.org.

ICEG 2021 will concentrate on global innovation, creativity, advances, and new approaches in the field of engineering/environmental geophysics and related fields. In addition to the core engineering/environmental and geotechnical focuses of this coming event, special sessions in related applications of archaeology, energy and forensic geophysics will be included. 

 

To view the entire technical programme, please visit our website where you can download it.

 

SEG workshop: Geophysics in Geothermal Energy – Today and Tomorrow

Thursday, October 14, 2021
1400
1900

Geophysics in Geothermal Energy – Today and Tomorrow

12–14 October 2021 | Virtual Workshop

 

ASEG is pleased to announce its collaboration with SEG for the highly anticipated Geophysics in Geothermal Energy – Today and Tomorrow workshop is up on our website. Be a part of this highly-anticipated virtual event that will be taking place from 12–14 October. This provides us the opportunity to provide all ASEG Members to ATTEND virtually with an interactive an immersive experience and the ability to connect with like-minded individuals from across the globe.

 

ASEG members receive a special discounted price of $US320. In order to benefit from the above rates, they should contact Suba Jaganathan on sjaganathan@seg.org.

 

Our technical committee has created a special workshop that branches out into specific topics that run parallel to each other, thus attendees can curate and choose the session they would like to view. A recording will also be available within 24 hours for attendees to re-watch any session they have missed, thus providing an enriching and wholesome experience throughout the workshop. We encourage anyone involved in geoscience or geothermal resource exploration to join in on this informative conversation: seismic processers, petrophysicists, rock physicists, geologists, geophysicists, geomechanicists and reservoir engineers.

 

To view the entire technical programme, please visit our website where you can download it, or watch the video for what you can look forward to during the workshop:

REGISTER NOW

SEG workshop: Geophysics in Geothermal Energy – Today and Tomorrow

Wednesday, October 13, 2021
1400
1900

Geophysics in Geothermal Energy – Today and Tomorrow

12–14 October 2021 | Virtual Workshop

 

ASEG is pleased to announce its collaboration with SEG for the highly anticipated Geophysics in Geothermal Energy – Today and Tomorrow workshop is up on our website. Be a part of this highly-anticipated virtual event that will be taking place from 12–14 October. This provides us the opportunity to provide all ASEG Members to ATTEND virtually with an interactive an immersive experience and the ability to connect with like-minded individuals from across the globe.

 

ASEG members receive a special discounted price of $US320. In order to benefit from the above rates, they should contact Suba Jaganathan on sjaganathan@seg.org.

 

Our technical committee has created a special workshop that branches out into specific topics that run parallel to each other, thus attendees can curate and choose the session they would like to view. A recording will also be available within 24 hours for attendees to re-watch any session they have missed, thus providing an enriching and wholesome experience throughout the workshop. We encourage anyone involved in geoscience or geothermal resource exploration to join in on this informative conversation: seismic processers, petrophysicists, rock physicists, geologists, geophysicists, geomechanicists and reservoir engineers.

 

To view the entire technical programme, please visit our website where you can download it, or watch the video for what you can look forward to during the workshop:

REGISTER NOW

SEG workshop: Geophysics in Geothermal Energy – Today and Tomorrow

Tuesday, October 12, 2021
1400
1900

Geophysics in Geothermal Energy – Today and Tomorrow

12–14 October 2021 | Virtual Workshop

 

ASEG is pleased to announce its collaboration with SEG for the highly anticipated Geophysics in Geothermal Energy – Today and Tomorrow workshop is up on our website. Be a part of this highly-anticipated virtual event that will be taking place from 12–14 October. This provides us the opportunity to provide all ASEG Members to ATTEND virtually with an interactive an immersive experience and the ability to connect with like-minded individuals from across the globe.

 

ASEG members receive a special discounted price of $US320. In order to benefit from the above rates, they should contact Suba Jaganathan on sjaganathan@seg.org.

 

Our technical committee has created a special workshop that branches out into specific topics that run parallel to each other, thus attendees can curate and choose the session they would like to view. A recording will also be available within 24 hours for attendees to re-watch any session they have missed, thus providing an enriching and wholesome experience throughout the workshop. We encourage anyone involved in geoscience or geothermal resource exploration to join in on this informative conversation: seismic processers, petrophysicists, rock physicists, geologists, geophysicists, geomechanicists and reservoir engineers.

 

To view the entire technical programme, please visit our website where you can download it, or watch the video for what you can look forward to during the workshop:

REGISTER NOW

ASEG Webinar: Preconditioned Compressive Sensing for Wavefield Reconstruction

Thursday, September 2, 2021
1300 AEST
1400 AEST

Title: Preconditioned Compressive Sensing for Wavefield Reconstruction, Applications to tomography, Helmholtz-Hodge decomposition and Distributed Acoustic Sensing

Presenter: Jack Muir

Date/Time: Sep 2, 2021 1300 (AEST)

Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Sr40IBw9SmiEnyMh5dOY4w

 

Abstract: The proliferation of large seismic arrays have opened many new avenues of geophysical research; however most techniques still fundamentally treat regional and global scale seismic networks as a collection of individual time series rather than as a single unified data product. Wavefield reconstruction allows us to turn a collection of individual records into a single structured form that treats the seismic wavefield as a coherent 3D or 4D entity. We propose a split processing scheme based on a wavelet transform in time and Laplacian preconditioned curvelet based compressive sensing in space to create a sparse representation of the continuous seismic wavefield with smooth second order derivatives. Using this representation, we will illustrate three applications that require accurate access to the full wavefield including spatial gradients - 

Bio: Jack Muir

Jack is a 6th year graduate student in geophysics at the California Institute of Technology Seismological Laboratory (Caltech Seismolab) –- he will take up a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship at the Oxford University Department of Earth Sciences in late 2021 / early 2022, and is currently a visiting researcher at the Australian National University. He is passionate about inverse problems — some of the projects he is working on now are: imaging the Earth from near surface to the core; improving data captured at seismic arrays; and answering difficult questions about historical data sets.

Managing Through (constant) Change And Uncertainty - The Key Dilemmas Facing Resources Industry Personnel

Tuesday, June 8, 2021
1600
1700

Title: Managing Through (constant) Change And Uncertainty -  The Key Dilemmas Facing Resources Industry Personnel

Presenter: Michelle Henderson

Date: Tuesday  8th June

Time: 16:00 AEST  

Location: Joint Zoom virtual + physical presentation at Geoscience Australia

Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_yNHpLyXNTOOXe5Qx4FsGSA

Abstract:

The cyclical nature of the resources industry creates very specific challenges across investment through to people management.  Faced with constant ‘instability’, often supply-limited expertise and the uncertainty over discovery, how do we hold on to our people, maintain their enthusiasm and continue to lead success?

As a professional coach across government and scientific agencies, Michelle brings extensive experience to the ‘problem’ and solution.  Her empathetic and pragmatic approach empowers professionals to not only manage change, but to enthusiastically grasp the opportunities it brings. 

Bio:

Michelle Henderson is a professional consultant and coach. She has been consulting to government and scientific agencies for the last six years. Her specialties include executive leadership, change and working with governments.

As a consultant Michelle combines her passion for leadership and innovation. She works with senior leaders to help them manage their teams, and themselves, in constantly changing environments. Her empathetic and pragmatic approach empowers professionals to not only manage change, but to actively seek opportunities to make positive change happen.

Prior to consulting, Michelle worked for 23 years at executive and senior executive levels in the areas of industry, innovation and science policy. Michelle has a deep understanding of Australia’s innovation system and the important role science discovery, research and commercialisation play in knowledge and wealth creation for Australia.

Michelle has postgraduate qualifications in Management (industry strategy) and vocational qualifications in training and development.  She is a level 1 accredited coach.

A personal reflection on applied geophysics to the understanding of Australia’s geology and mineral potential

Tuesday, March 30, 2021
1730 AEST
1830 AEST

Date: 30th March 2021

Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm AEDT

Register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_J6zK4TXCTbCI1PxCI4uF9g

 

Richard retired from Geoscience Australia after more than a 30 year career of developing new geological understanding to open up provinces for exploration investment. Applied geophysics played a key component throughout his career, and this seminar will be a personal reflection on the key ‘geophysical-aha’ moments that have changed his understanding of a region’s geology and, through this new knowledge, Australia’s mineral potential.

The 30-year story begins in the field as a young geologist using geophysics to map Cape York, Pilbara and Yilgarn and seismic transects across a number of Proterozoic orogens, through the UNCOVER formulation to the lead designer of the Exploring for the Future programme.
 

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