Learn about the latest technological innovations in geophysics
The Society of Exploration Geophysicists 2018 International Exposition and 88th Annual Meeting in Anaheim, California will feature robust, cutting-edge education programming including 151 Technical Program sessions with more than 1,080 presentations, 13 Continuing Education courses, 3 Near-Surface Geophysics Technical Section Panel Discussions, 22 Postconvention Workshops, and much more.
We hope to see you at the geophysical event of the year!
Our gift to SEG18 registrants – a free two-meeting trial of the new One-on-One Networking Matchup
This year’s Annual Meeting features One-on-One Partnering meetings that provide attendees with the opportunity for private, 30-minute, face-to-face meetings. Meetings will be scheduled automatically by our new partnering tool, Inova Event.
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8th Networking Event of the SEG Women’s Network Committee
Monday, 15 October from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Mark your calendar for this event featuring Keynote Speaker Christina Sistrunk, President and CEO of Aera Energy, as she shares her experiences with the crowd. With a production of 125,000 BOPD, Aera Energy LLC is one of California's largest oil and gas producers, accounting for 25% of the state's production.
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Don't forget to sign up for our six SEG18 luncheons
Upgrade your SEG18 registration with one of our educational luncheons.
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Need CEUs? Stock up, catch up, or finish up at SEG18 in Anaheim!
Saturday, 13 - Sunday, 14 October, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
SEG is offering Continuing Education courses, 13–14 October, for geophysicists of all levels the weekend before the official start of SEG18. New courses include: Ambient Seismic Noise Surface Wave Tomography by Aurelien Mordret; Business Fundamentals for Petroleum Geophysics (1 day) by Bill Abriel; Introduction to AI and Machine Learning by Phil Bording; and Practical Seismic Surface Wave Methods: Basics to Cutting Edge by Julian Ivanov.
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Digital Transformation – Business Opportunities and Challenges
Business of Applied Geophysics (BAG) Plenary Session
Tuesday, 16 October, 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
A combination of advances in enabling technologies such as machine learning and easy access to big data and cloud computing are transforming the way the industry acquires, processes, interprets, and applies subsurface information. Leaders from NOCs, IOCs, independents, geophysical service providers, and digital service providers will discuss the business opportunities and challenges presented by this transformation.
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