2006 SEP Annual Sponsor Meeting

Furnace Creek Inn & Ranch Resort, Death Valley, California --- March 6-9, 2006


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MEETING AGENDA

Monday afternoon, March 6
4:00-6:00 pm Check-in time: Ranch or Inn (please check individual reservation); Registration/meeting packet: Inn (lobby area)
6:00-7:30 Dinner: Inn (Oasis Room)
7:30-9:30 Ice Breaker: Inn (Marquez Room)
Tuesday morning, March 7
7:00-8:00 am Breakfast: Inn (Oasis Room)
General Meeting (Marquez Room)
Time Presenter Title Report/ Page Number
8:15-8:25 Biondo Biondi Welcome
8:25-8:50 Guojian Shan Plane-wave migration in tilted coordinates SEP124-1
8:50-9:15 Jeff Shragge Generalized Riemannian wavefield extrapolation SEP124-17
9:15-9:40 Biondo Biondi Prestack exploding-reflectors modeling for migration velocity analysis SEP124-45
9:40-10:00 Brad Artman Direct migration: The only way SEP123-57
10:00-10:30 « Break »
10:30-11:00 Alejandro Valenciano Target-oriented wave-equation inversion with regularization in the prestack-image domain SEP123-75, SEP124-85
11:00-11:20 Bob Clapp AMO inversion to a common azimuth dataset: Field data results SEP124-61
11:20-11:40 Daniel Rosales PS - Azimuth moveout: Real data application SEP124-73
Tuesday afternoon, March 7
12:00-1:00 Lunch: Inn (Oasis Room)
1:00-2:00 Steering Committee Meeting: Inn (Board Room)
General Meeting (Marquez Room)
Time Presenter Title Report/ Page Number
2:00-2:30 Gabriel Alvarez Kinematics and attenuation of 2D multiples in image space SEP123-129, SEP124-151,175
2:30-2:50 Bill Curry Interpolating diffracted multiples with prediction error filters SEP124-225
2:50-3:05 Madhav Vyas Application of LSJIMP on shallow water-bottom data sets SEP124-205
3:05-3:35 Gabriel Alvarez Mapping of multiples to image space: 3D synthetic example SEP124-187
3:35-4:05 « Break »
4:05-4:25 Jeff Shragge Differential Methods for Grid Generation SEP124-31
4:25-4:50 Satyakee Sen Missing data interpolation with Gaussian Pyramids SEP124-235
6:00-7:30 Dinner: Inn (Oasis Room)
Wednesday morning, March 8
7:00-8:00 Breakfast: Inn (Oasis Room)
General Meeting (Marquez Room)
Time Presenter Title Report/ Page Number
8:15-8:40 Jesse Lomask Parallel implementation of image segmentation for tracking 3D salt boundaries SEP124-95
8:40-8:55 Bob Clapp A modified Lloyd algorithm for characterizing vector fields SEP124-249
8:55-9:15 Yaxun Tang Selection of reference anisotropic parameters for wavefield extrapolation SEP124-257
9:15-9:35 Brad Artman Inversion shortcuts by model statistics SEP124-271
9:35-9:50 Jesse Lomask Flattening with geological constraints SEP124-105
9:50-10:15 « Break »
10:15-10:35 Guojian Shan Optimized implicit finite-difference migration for VTI media SEP124-279
10:35-10:55 Biondo Biondi Anisotropic ADCIGS SEP123-1,25
10:55-11:10 Pierre Jousselin Residual moveout in anisotropic ADCIGS with dipping reflectors SEP124-161
11:10-11:30 Daniel Rosales Wave-equation ADCIGs for converted waves: Part 2 SEP124-135
11:30-11:50 Bill Curry Interpolation with pseudo-primaries SEP124-217
Wednesday afternoon, March 8
12:00-1:00 Lunch: Inn (Oasis Room)
General Meeting (Marquez Room)
Time Presenter Title Report/ Page Number
1:00-1:20 Ben Witten Quaternion-based signal processing SEP124-115
1:20-1:50 Jim Berryman Seismic waves in rocks with fluids and fractures SEP124-293
1:50-2:50 General Business Meeting
6:00-7:30 Dinner: Ranch (Date Grove Barbecue)
Thursday morning, March 9
7:00-8:00 Breakfast: Inn (Oasis Room)
8:00-12:00 Check-out time: Ranch & Inn (no later than 12 noon)
Special Presentations (Marquez Room)
Time Presenter Title Report/ Page Number
9:00-9:35 Yi Luo,
Saudi Aramco
''Illumination reflection-blinded zones using transmitted waves in VSP data”
9:35-10:10 Fred Herkenhoff,
Chevron
"True amplitude noise suppression on land and marine data: Using expected velocity and relative reflectivity to suppress noise and compensate for acquisition and earth transmission effects"
10:10-10:45 J. Bee Bednar
“SEG Advanced Modeling: A SEAMingly coherent plan”
11:00 am End of Conference




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