AASPI @ ConocoPhillips School of Geology & Geophysics
Attribute Assisted Seismic Processing & Interpretation | The University of Oklahoma
Congratulations to all our SPRING 2016 graduates !!!
AASPI extends her felicitation to the following 2016 graduates on the meritorious completion of their MS degrees: Bryce Hutchinson, Gabriel Machado, Joseph Snyder, Stephanie Cook and Rae Jacobsen. Bryce successfully defended his thesis titled “Applications and limitations of seismic attributes on 2D reconnaissance surveys’’. He will join Noble Energy this summer. Gabriel also completed his research work in a thesis titled: ‘’Improving fault images using a directional Laplacian of a Gaussian operator’’. Machado will continue on to conduct doctoral research at AASPI. Joseph also bagged his MS completing a thesis work on: ‘’ Predicting rate of penetration from 3D surface seismic’’ Stephanie finished strong as she successfully defended her thesis work on: ‘’ Calibrating seismic fracture prediction using borehole image logs: Applications to the Mississippian Limestone’’. We wish them the very best in their future endeavors.
Consortium Sponsors, mark your calendars for the 2016 AASPI Annual Review Meeting on the 17th of November, 2016 in Norman, Oklahoma. More information will be available soon on this website. Please contact AASPI, if you have any questions regarding this meeting. Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you at the meeting.
Most trichromatic humans see this image as a simple gray scale. However, Brad's cockateel Seismo here, is pentachromatic and has no difficulty seeing the co-rendered multiple components.