GSH-SEG Spring Symposium-How Geophysicist-Machine Collaboration is Changing Our Industry - Apr 27-28

Actual case studies that highlight the applications of new technologies to solve Geophysical and E&P problems.


*As we navigate the impact of COVID-19 in alignment with advice from both the CDC and Harris County, the decision has been taken to postpone the GSH-SEG Spring Symposium. Please watch for more announcements.

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Honoring Mike Graul

Symposium Location:
Norris Conference Centers - Houston / City Centre
816 Town & Country Blvd., Suite 210
Houston, TX  77024
713.590.0950
 

The Spring Symposium is the Geophysical Society of Houston’s premier technical event of the year.  The 2020 Symposium has been postponed to April 13-14 and will honor the accomplishments of Mike Graul. 

The theme of the 2020 Symposium is “How Geophysicist-Machine Collaboration is Changing Our Industry”.  It will include theory and case studies that highlight the applications of new technologies to solve Geophysical and E&P problems.  The symposium talks will feature industry experts from operators, service companies and academia.  Unique to this meeting are the extended presentation and discussion time.   Ample time is allowed to fully develop topics and engage in lively discussion.

As in previous years the program will include a SEG Student Challenge Bowl, a roast of our honoree and a vendor hour.   The vendor hour provides time to relax with a beverage and leisurely review the capabilities of leading industry vendors.

Current Speakers and Topics include:

Satinder Chopra (TGS) - Machine Learning for Seismic Facies Classification
Christopher Ross - Predicting Production Metrics for Unconventional Shale Reservoirs
Mike Li and Chaoshun Hu (Chevron) - Using Meta Learning to Build Adaptive AI Model for Oil and Gas Exploration
Tom Smith (Geophysical Insights) - Multi-Attribute Machine Learning Improves Thin Bed Resolution
Chengbo Li (ConocoPhillips) - Hybrid Learning-based Framework for Seismic Denoising
Hu, Jin, Wu and Chen (AGT & UH) - Progressive Transfer Learning for Low Frequency Prediction in FWI
Tammy Weir (Weir Consulting) - Can I move my data to the Cloud without getting sued?
Phil Neri (Energistics) - Standards for Knowledge Metadata for Upstream Digital Transformation
Keith Gray (BP) - High Performance Computing at BP
Long Jin (Shell) - Scalable Seismic Attributes Computation Framework in the Age of Deep Learning and Big Data
Hugo Garcia (Geoteric) - Automated Fault Detection from 3D Seismic Using Artificial Intelligence
Aria Abubakar (Schlumberger) - Machine Learning for Geoscience Applications
Elive Menyoli (Emerson) - Wavefield Separation via Principle Component Analysis and Deep Learning in the Local Angle Domain
Wen Hu (Forland) - Seismic Denoising using Structure-Aware Stacked Denoising Autoencoder Networks

         
Final Speaker Schedule: to be provided when finalized 

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Price List (Early Registration Ends 6/09):

 
Early Registration Regular Registration 
 GSH, SEG and CSEG Members
 $350  $400
 Non-Members ($60 applied to GSH membership)  $410  $470
 GSH or SEG Emeritus  $300 $350
 Full Time Student Member
 $100  $150

 Attending Lunch Only (per day)   $50 $60
 Attending Reception Only  $55 $65
When
4/27/2021 8:00 AM - 4/28/2021 5:00 PM
Central Standard Time

Program

   

Tuesday, 16 June 2020

Description
Time
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
12:00 PM
Time
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
5:00 PM

Wednesday, 17 June 2020

Description
Time
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
12:00 PM

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