Webinar: Introduction to Applied Depth Imaging

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Event Date

Monday, March 26, 2018

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Webinar

Event Start

10:00 US Central Time

Event End

14:00 US Central Time

Event Details

Webinar (SAS): Introduction to Applied Depth Imaging

 

The Houston Geophysical Society advise of a webinar on Applied Depth Imaging to be held over four days.

The goal of this course is for the participant to gain an understanding of the basic concepts and practical aspects used in depth velocity model building and depth imaging in an intuitive manner. The participant will be exposed to depth imaging practices currently in use through the description of workflows illustrated with synthetic and field data examples for a variety of complex geology scenarios. The theoretical content is kept to a minimum required to emphasize the practical aspects. This course is designed for geophysicists, geoscientists, geologists, time processors, junior depth imagers and seismic and geologic interpretation specialists seeking a practical understanding of depth velocity model building and imaging.

1. Introduction to the course
2. Depth migration fundamentals
3. Understanding seismic velocities     
4. Practical understanding of velocity anisotropy
5. Review of velocity estimation methods used for depth imaging 
6. Seismic data conditioning for depth imaging
7. Isotropic and anisotropic velocity model building and imaging in practice
8. Optimization of seismic images for a more reliable geologic interpretation
9. Overview of emerging velocity model building and imaging methods

Ruben Martinez is a Petroleum Geoscience Consultant and Instructor with Reservoir Geoscience, LLC. He is author and co-author of more than 70 technical papers published and/or presented at international conferences and 12 patents on seismic data acquisition, processing and imaging. He has taught numerous courses, and conducted seminars and workshops on seismic processing and imaging.

More details, including pricing, can be found at the Webinar's website.