I completed my Ph.D. in the summer of 1995. My thesis is SEP report number 87.
I am now at 3DGeo Development Inc. in Mountain View. You can send me e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Imaging in areas of rugged topography and complex velocity structure presents many challenges. I have developed an efficient layer-stripping Kirchhoff migration algorithm that produces excellent imaging results using first-arrival traveltimes. Applying wave-equation datuming early in the processing flow for land data with rugged topography results in improved imaging.
Other interesting imaging issues I've worked on at SEP include anti-aliased migration operators , and work towards designing a ``remedial depth migration'' operator which properly maps time migrated data to depth.
Find out more about my work at SEP by checking out my publications and research movies.