b'Branch newsASEG newsis provided below. Registrations for 2019 are now closed; however, we are accepting expressions of interestforour 2020 programme via email@example.com. Launch event27 March 2019Self-awareness workshop25 April 2019 Networking event30 May 2019 Mentors only panel session27 June 2019Mentees only panel session18 July 2019 Communication & Public speaking workshop29 August 2019 Leadership & decision-making workshop31 October 2019 Close out event and wrap up5December 2019In February the Branch held our first tech night for 2019. Richard Chopping presented a talk based on the book The Australian Continent: a geophysics synthesis, a digital copy of which is available free of charge via https://press.anu.edu.au/publications/authors- The new Industry Mentoring Programme logoeditors/richard-chopping). This event was followed by our March tech night where SEG Honorary Lecturer Boris Gurevich presented on Seismic attenuation, dispersion, and anisotropy in porous rocks: Mechanisms and Models. The Young Professionals speaker night was also held in late March.Upcoming WA events include: April 10 tech nightProfessor Wayne Pennington, who will be speaking about Our Evolving View of Time-Lapse Seismic Monitoring: 20 years of the same old Teal South data May 8 tech nightTBCJune 12 tech nightDr Tim Dean, who will be speaking about Recent advances in land seismic acquisition technology. The tech night schedule is subject to change due to speaker availability. Please check the website for up-to date information. The WA Branch is excited about the events planned for 2019 and we look forward to seeing all our Members at these events and at the AEGC inRichard Chopping presents to the WA Branch.September at Crown Burswood.Heather Tompkinswapresident@aseg.org.au11 PREVIEW APRIL 2019'