Topics: Borehole and Non-Seismic Geophysics

Magnetotellurics for Natural Resources: From Acquisition through Interpretation

Karen Christopherson

The course provides an overview of how Magnetotellurics can be applied to exploration problems, with details provided on all aspects of the technology. Hence, anyone with some geoscience background can attend, from geophysicists to geologists to managers. Duration One Day (8 hours) Intended Audience Entry level Prerequisites (Knowledge/Experience/Education Required) The course provides an overview of how Magnetotellurics can be applied to exploration problems, with details provided on all aspects of the technology. Hence, anyone with

Machine Learning Techniques for Engineering and Characterization

Siddharth Misra

In this course, the participants get access to codes and algorithms in python/tensorflow and they apply these software tools on various types of the data. It is a hands-on course that allows participants to learn by assembling various programming modules to design interesting implementations of machine learning. We’ll look at the realities of a pure machine learning approach through the lens of applied field cases relevant to formation evaluation, reservoir engineering, and production forecasting. Intended

Gravity and Magnetics for Explorationists

Michal Ruder

This course is designed for geologists and geophysicists with interests in potential fields and regional tectonics. Presented as a two-day seminar, we concentrate on fundamentals for the first day and tackle advanced topics during the second day. Attendees with little previous experience in gravity and magnetics will find the pace comfortable and the concepts quite accessible. Attendees who have already worked with potential field data will find the first day to be a helpful review