Avoid getting in line at the registration desk by visiting user-friendly kiosks to print your own badge using your account information.
SEP is sponsored by ExxonMobil and staffed with leading professional geoscientists who act as instructors and facilitators through two and a half days of lectures and discussion followed by practical, hands-on exercises.
Visit user-friendly kiosks to print your own badge using your account information, or get registration assistance from an attendant at the registration desk.
Attend a wide selection of CEU-granting one and two-day courses covering a range of topics. Register online while Registering for the Annual Meeting.
SLS focuses on leadership, teamwork, and communication skills building for 50 student participants who are all active officers of their SEG Student Chapters.
Instructor: James Gaiser
3C Seismic and VSP: Converted Waves and Vector Wavefield Applications
The Council consists of Representatives from each Section, Associated Society, Technical Section, and Geographic District.
Sunday Icebreaker is an Annual Meeting tradition! Join us for food, drinks and a sneak preview of the 2016 Exposition Hall. Greet and interface with the SEG presidents, visit companies, renew acquaintances, and network with exhibitors!
Sunday–Wednesday, 16–19 October
Open during Exposition hours and located in the Exposition Hall, the Student and Early Career Lounge is the most prestigious gathering spot for the world’s geosciences students and early career professionals. Join us for technical talks, unique career development sessions and great networking opportunities.
Open during Exposition hours
Geoscientists Without Borders® supports humanitarian applications of geoscience around the world through funding projects that benefit communities in need. To learn more about GWB, visit the kiosk located in the SEG Pavilion.
Visit the SEG Book Mart on the Exhibit Floor to see SEG's seven new titles, sale items, SEG apparel, and gifts.
The Opening Session of SEG Dallas 2016 featured a presentation from President John Bradford addressing the current state of the Society.
Download the State of SEG (PDF)
Keynote speaker: Dave Hager, President & CEO of Devon Energy Corporation, will present “The Importance of Technology in All Commodity Cycles.”
The SEG International Exhibition showcases leading companies displaying the latest in products, technologies and services.
Visit the SEG Pavilion for a series of engaging talks drawing from the experience of great minds from the industry.
Located in the heart of downtown Dallas with exhibits that highlight the resources and systems that make up planet earth and its inhabitants. Escorted tour and transportation provided.
For mining and near surface registrants. Limited to first 20 registrants–includes box lunch and transportation.
With more than 1,500 abstracts received for review, this year's Technical Program includes 140 diverse sessions. Geoscience professionals from all geophysical disciplines and all parts of the world are represented and will share the latest case histories, technological advancements, and research discoveries.
Join us for an exciting afternoon at this international test of students’ knowledge in the geosciences. Students who participated in regional competitions all over the world come to this final moment when only one team will become the World Champions!
Take a moment during your coffee break to visit the SEG Book Mart for a book signing by some of the most celebrated figures in modern geophysics.
This event is limited to students, faculty advisors, and company sponsors.
The Student Networking Event provides students an opportunity to network with industry recruiters in a relaxed atmosphere.
Make the most of your time at the SEG Annual Meeting by taking advantage of networking opportunities like this Beverage Reception.
Networking event features a Pioneers in Geophysics poster session that highlights pioneering women in geophysics. Tickets for this event may be purchased in advance or onsite in the Registration Area.
Students are eligible to buy one ticket to the Women's Networking Event and receive a second for free. In order to receive the second free ticket, we ask that the registrant contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attendees must have ticket for admission.
Member Services would like to celebrate our members. Stop by to
join us for breakfast and coffee!
Assessing the Red Planet’s Habitability using the ROVER CURIOSITY
Presented by Shaunna Morrison, NASA MSL Science Team Member
Speaker: Tom Liskey, DrillingInfo, Regional Manager, Northern Latin America, Central America, Caribbean
Topic: The Caribbean and Northern Latin America Margin: Region Emerges As A Silver Lining
Speaker: Dr. Gehrig Schultz, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Surus Geophysical NBV
Topic: Advances in UAV’s and Miniaturization of Sensors as Technology Drivers to the Investment Community and UK Governments
Speaker: Mike Hiner
Topic: What really killed the dinosaurs?
Make the most of your time at the SEG Annual Meeting by taking advantage of networking opportunities like the Technical Program Coffee Break.
Join us for hors d'oeuvres and entertainment with a Former Soviet Union flair to celebrate our activities within the region.
iWatch, Course Vouchers, 2017 Registration, and more!
SEG Pavilion Booth 120 on the Exhibit Floor
Complimentary to all SEG Near Surface members and students. SEG members can join the Near Surface Technical Section onsite. Please bring your SEG and/or university ID.
Klaas Koster, Chair of the Honors & Awards Committee, cordially invites you to attend the SEG 2016 Honors & Awards Ceremony to recognize and to honor the talented individuals and organizations that have advanced our science and benefited our Society.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
The SEG Women’s Network Breakfast features keynote speaker, Patricia Walker, Chief Geoscientist, ExxonMobil Exploration. Tickets for this event may be purchased in advance or onsite in the Registration Area. Breakfast attendees must have a ticket for admission.
Students are eligible to buy one ticket to the Women's Network Breakfast and receive a second for free. In order to receive the second free ticket, we ask that the registrant contact email@example.com.
Dallas’ greatest natural resource features sixty-six acres superbly landscaped with towering trees, and fragrant gardens. Escorted tour and transportation provided.
Speaker: Adel El-Emam
Topic: Leading the Trend – Two decades of Evolving Geophysics Solutions in Kuwait
Speaker: Dr. Ludmila Adam, University of Auckland
Topic: Hands-on geophysics down under: “An Unexpected Journey” from seismometers in schools to rock physics.
Speaker: Mr. Yaguo Li
Topic: Geology differentiation using inversions of multiple geophysical data sets: A new frontier in quantitative geophysical interpretation
Students, industry leaders, and peers are invited to watch the 2016 program graduates are recognized individually by prominent representatives of Chevron, ExxonMobil, and SEG leadership. The 2015 Best Student Poster/Paper awards and SEG’s Best Student Chapter Award will be presented, and 2016–2017 SEG Scholarship recipients will be recognized immediately following the ceremony. This event is open to all Annual Meeting delegates. Refreshments will be provided.
US$20 for delegates, US$60 for guests
Come join us for food, and fun at the Omni Hotel. Grab your cowboy boots and possibly take a ride on a mechanical bull.
Post-convention workshops are offered after the technical sessions close on Thursday and continue through Friday.
Workshop passes are available for US $100 for member, US $200 for nonmembers, and US $30 for students and include access to any or all post-convention workshops.
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