Jon Claerbout's Classroom
This page is dedicated to the memory of my lost son (Johannes) Jos Claerbout 1974-99.
Free books ! Free lectures ! Free illustrations too !
I give you (since 1994) my books free on the WWW here and now in the table below.
GEOPHYSICAL IMAGE ESTIMATION BY EXAMPLE [GIEE (formerly GEE)], 2014, Puffs!
Two versions available:
(1) Free PDF or buy paper version, 251pp, 119 illustrations, and
(2) 2012 version retaining some nice concepts never tested on field data.
The F90 library. See my new paper cover!
here Buy from manufacturer ~$11.59
BASIC EARTH IMAGING (BEI), 2010, We carry a raw 2-D seismic data set through all steps of data processing with (almost) all the computer code (F77) required. Taught annually in fall quarter. Code library. Model(200,200) on page 67, Fig 5.7a. here 2-D FT only here no EARTH SOUNDINGS ANALYSIS: Processing versus Inversion (PVI), 1992. Signal analysis. Introduction to inversion. here not yet here no IMAGING THE EARTH'S INTERIOR (IEI), 1985. My most widely quoted book, 300 pages, out of print, but here now! English,
not yet here no FUNDAMENTALS OF GEOPHYSICAL DATA PROCESSING (FGDP) 1976. Some people say this book, my first one, is the most creative (though the most difficult). Here's a link to the Claerbout and Muir L1-norm paper. English ,
All 982 figures in all my books (since 1976!) are here. Free figures to paste in your slides, term papers, reports, and theses. Enjoy! Be careful though. I don't mind, but your teachers, colleagues, and friends, might not think well of you if they discover you have not given proper credit. You can also learn of the 32 people who helped (before 2008).
Free advice for careers, for speakers, and for writers.
Free software ! Free seismic data elsewhere.
- Learn about or download Ratfor 90 (improved Fortran) free from its author, Bob Clapp.
- Unpack and compile your own Ratfor77 (Rational Fortran) translator. We don't support this anymore. It is the last version we did support.
Scholarships and Fellowships !SEP has funding (research assistantships) for all students who are admitted to the Stanford University Geophysics Department PhD program. These stipends cover reasonable living expenses (about $2500/month) and all university fees. You need to take international exams (GRE and TOEFL) etc. Here is why and how to apply. More questions? Send email to Professor Claerbout: claerbout @ stanford.edu
Summer Jobs and CareersOf 14 current PhD students (summer 2012), all are welcome to remain here at 180% of academic-year monthly stipends, but 9 have left for summer jobs paying about 220% of academic-year monthly stipends. Of about 60 PhD graduates since 1973, none are known to be unemployed, nearly all working in the general area they were trained in.
Who is killing the porpoises and whales?
Coral bleaching, and un-bleaching?!
Isn't carbon dioxide ruining the planet?
Experimental flag counter installed 8/25/2012: