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The 14th SEGJ International Symposium

Monday, October 18, 2021
0800
1900

The Society of Exploration Geophysicists of Japan (SEGJ) is planning its fourteenth International Symposium on 18-21 October, 2021 online.  The theme of the symposium is "Road ahead for geophysics in digital society: Acquisition, processing, and interpretation".

 

Inaugurated in 1990, the SEGJ International Symposium has been held every two to three years, and has established as one of the most popular and exciting conferences in applied geophysics in the eastern hemisphere.

 

Further details may be found on the Symposium's home page.

ASEG NT - Interpreting high-resolution aeromagnetic data to aid mapping undercover and structural analysis of the Tanami Region and northwest Aileron Province

Tuesday, March 23, 2021
1600
1700

We have a new webinar on Wednesday 23 March, 4pm AEDT NT is bringing you a talk by Teagan Blaikie and Helen McFarlane of CSIRO on Interpreting high-resolution aeromagnetic data to aid mapping undercover and structural analysis of the Tanami Region and northwest Aileron Province.

Register now: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Q4dRbOExQEuiV8tHkm9CKA

ASEG Webinar - Stranded stream channels investigated by LiDAR mapping, some geophysics and good old leg work. Insights into the Lapstone Structural Complex west of Sydney.

Wednesday, October 21, 2020
1800 (AEST)
1900 (AEST)

Brought to you by NSW on Wednesday 21 October, 6pm (AEST) for a talk by Peter Hatherly.

 

Stranded stream channels investigated by LiDAR mapping, some geophysics and good old leg work. Insights into the Lapstone Structural Complex west of Sydney.

 

In the contemporary parlance, the western boundary of what the media call the Sydney Basin is the Lapstone Structural Complex. The front range of the Blue Mountains. This abrupt escarpment rises to a maximum height of 600 m above the Cumberland Plain and forms an impressive boundary to the Blue Mountains beyond.

Geologists identified the monoclines and faults associated with the LSC as early as the nineteenth century but an understanding of the exact nature of the structure and its timing is still not clear. In this talk I take note of evidence of stranded channels evident in detailed LiDAR mapping, the occurrence of river gravels now high above the Nepean River and seismic refraction results within the Thirlmere Lakes, a curious river system within the southern extension of the LSC.

 

My suggestion is that in its present form, the LSC is probably no older than 10 million years.

 

Register now: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_klquuUL_Q3a39DbZUM-9rQ

 

Structural Geology in Seismic Interpretation - SEG Virtual Course

Monday, July 20, 2020
0900
1300

Structural Geology in Seismic Interpretation by Shankar Mitra, University of Oklahoma

The course is designed for geophysicists working on seismic interpretation of complex structures, who need to understand the seismic expression of structures in petroleum basins, and correctly apply structural models and techniques to seismic interpretation. Full details can be found here.

 

Date:

20-23 July 0900 – 1300 hours per day (Malaysia time)

 

Course Outline:

As attached

 

Pricing:

Individual: US$ 390 per person

Group of 2-10: US$325 per person

Group of 11 and above: US$295 per person

Student: US$ 100 per person

 

For individual registration, please register directly at: https://seg.org/shop/products/detail/204434173

 

For group registration, please send in the participants details together with invoicing details directly to me. Once we received these details we will issue an invoice for company group registrations.

 

Virtual Course Platform:

GotoWebinar

3rd Asia Pacific meeting on near surface geoscience and engineering

Wednesday, November 4, 2020
0800
1700

Welcome to the 3rd Asia Pacific Meeting on Near Surface Geoscience & Engineering

2 - 4 November 2020, Chiang Mai, Thailand

The European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers (EAGE) is excited to announce that the 3rd Asia Pacific Meeting On Near Surface Geoscience & Engineering event is coming to Chiang Mai, Thailand. We look forward to welcome all of you to join us in beautiful Thailand in November 2020.

Abstracts submission is now closed and papers' reviewing are on-going.

This event was originally planned on 20 - 22 April 2020 and postponed to 2 - 4 November 2020! 

 

Please click here to view the event.

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline30 June 2020

Registration Open1 January 2020

SEGJ Seminar4 November 2020

ERT Short Course4 November 2020

3rd NSGE Conference2 - 3 November 2020

EAGE Geo-Quiz3 November 2020

Field Trip- Doi Inthanon National Park1 November 2020

3rd Asia Pacific meeting on near surface geoscience and engineering

Tuesday, November 3, 2020
0800
1700

Welcome to the 3rd Asia Pacific Meeting on Near Surface Geoscience & Engineering

2 - 4 November 2020, Chiang Mai, Thailand

The European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers (EAGE) is excited to announce that the 3rd Asia Pacific Meeting On Near Surface Geoscience & Engineering event is coming to Chiang Mai, Thailand. We look forward to welcome all of you to join us in beautiful Thailand in November 2020.

Abstracts submission is now closed and papers' reviewing are on-going.

This event was originally planned on 20 - 22 April 2020 and postponed to 2 - 4 November 2020! 

 

Please click here to view the event.

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline30 June 2020

Registration Open1 January 2020

SEGJ Seminar4 November 2020

ERT Short Course4 November 2020

3rd NSGE Conference2 - 3 November 2020

EAGE Geo-Quiz3 November 2020

Field Trip- Doi Inthanon National Park1 November 2020

3rd Asia Pacific meeting on near surface geoscience and engineering

Monday, November 2, 2020
0800
1700

Welcome to the 3rd Asia Pacific Meeting on Near Surface Geoscience & Engineering

2 - 4 November 2020, Chiang Mai, Thailand

The European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers (EAGE) is excited to announce that the 3rd Asia Pacific Meeting On Near Surface Geoscience & Engineering event is coming to Chiang Mai, Thailand. We look forward to welcome all of you to join us in beautiful Thailand in November 2020.

Abstracts submission is now closed and papers' reviewing are on-going.

This event was originally planned on 20 - 22 April 2020 and postponed to 2 - 4 November 2020! 

 

Please click here to view the event.

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline30 June 2020

Registration Open1 January 2020

SEGJ Seminar4 November 2020

ERT Short Course4 November 2020

3rd NSGE Conference2 - 3 November 2020

EAGE Geo-Quiz3 November 2020

Field Trip- Doi Inthanon National Park1 November 2020

ASEG Webinar - SA/NT Branch: Searching for the Beaumont Children and Other Adventures in Unmarked Grave Detection

Tuesday, June 2, 2020
1230 AEST
1330 AEST

Branch hosting the event: SA/NT

Title: Searching for the Beaumont Children and Other Adventures in Unmarked Grave Detection

Presenter: Dr Ian Moffat

Date: Tuesday 2nd June 12:30 pm AEST

 

Abstract:

The reliable detection of unmarked graves is one of the most important challenges faced by community groups, industry and law enforcement agencies. Burials are ubiquitous in the archaeological and forensic record however these features are challenging to locate with conventional techniques. Geophysical methods are often used for this purpose due to their non-invasive nature and rapid site coverage however graves remain a difficult target due to their subtle response and small size. This presentation reviews a number of grave detection projects, including the search for the Beaumont Children and mapping WWII graves from the Battle of Tarawa, to discuss current best practice in this field.

Bio:

Ian Moffat is an ARC DECRA Senior Research Fellow in Archaeological Science at Flinders University where he undertakes research in the application of earth science techniques in archaeology. He has previously held research positions at the University of Cambridge and the Institute for Mediterranean Studies. Ian holds a PhD from the ANU and a BA and BSc (Hons) from UQ. In addition to his academic career he has worked at Ecophyte Technologies, Precipice Training and Archaeometry Pty Ltd.

 

NSW webinar - Geophysical Characterisation for the Dredging of the Marine Industry Park, Darwin

Wednesday, May 20, 2020
1800 AEST
1900 AEST

The NSW Branch of the ASEG invite you to join us on ZOOM for the next talk in the ASEG Webinar Series. 

Please join us on Wednesday 20th May, 6:00 pm (AEST) for a talk by Simon Williams from GBG Australia.

Geophysical Characterisation for the Dredging of the Marine Industry Park, Darwin

This presentation covers the use of multiple marine geophysical methods to help characterise the geology and geotechnical challenges for preliminary design of dredged access channels to a proposed marine industry development site in Darwin Harbour. The main geophysical methods utilised to characterise the geological materials where single-channel seismic reflection and densely spaced continuous marine seismic refraction. 

Please bring your own drinks and nibbles.

 

Register Now: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HN4mk5BkQxW3bMGrvthdSw  

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Contact secretary@aseg.org.au if you have any questions. 

Update structural Models in Real Time using Machine Learning

Thursday, June 25, 2020
8 AM US Central Time
9 AM US Central Time

Date

Time (AWST)

Time (ACST)

Time (AEST)

25/06/2020

21:00:00

22:30:00

23:00:00

https://seg.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IkCzXT6aT8mE5qY_3YR0yg

Topic

Update structural Models in Real Time using Machine Learning

Description

This presentation and demonstration will focus on a machine learning workflow in the upstream Oil and Gas domain to predict formation tops by applying artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques to learn the well logs signatures. This deep learning model provides high quality predictions to aid the geologists in picking lithology markers consistently and in an accelerated fashion thus boosting their operational efficiency. The self-learning model, which is a unique differentiator of dataVediK and encompasses the detection of outliers and data quality issues and their subsequent validation and suggested corrections to improve the quality of data in an automated fashion during the model training process. The demo will then showcase a real-time drilling solution built using this ML model, whereby the formation tops are predicted, and the structural model is updated automatically as the GR log is acquired.

Time

Jun 25, 2020 08:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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