Distinguished Lecture Program
*A 45-minute to one-hour lecture

Selection as a Distinguished Lecturer is viewed as a major honor and recognition of excellence by the SEG. In addition to recognizing an individual's contributions to the science or application of geophysics, this position is an active effort to promote geophysics, stimulate general scientific and professional interest, expand technical horizons, and provide a connection to SEG activities and practices.

 

 

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2014 Distinguished Lecturers
Peter I. Pecholcs
Spring
Peter Pecholcs

A journey through time in search of Arabian giants – Oil/gas fields, recording channels, and petabytes

Dave Hale
Fall SEG/AAPG
Dave Hale

3D seismic image processing for interpretation of faults and horizons

 
2013 Distinguished Lecturers
Gerard T. Schuster
Spring
Gerard T. Schuster

Seismic interferometry and beyond: Harvesting signal from coherent noise

Carl Regone
Fall

Carl Regone

Acquisition modeling: Expect the unexpected


Joseph Stefani
Fall AAPG/SEG
Joseph Stefani

The Earth is cleverer than you are — Learnings in earth and seismic modeling, and applications of FD modeling to rock physics and geomechanics