Distinguished Lecture library

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The SEG Distinguished Lecture Program began in 1951. Since the 1990s, many of these lectures have been recorded. More recently, lectures and other presentations have been reformatted for online presentation.

You can also browse presentation slides in PDF format for selected Distinguished Lecturers.

The page below is for SEG Distinguished Lecturers. Are you looking for the SEG Honorary Lecturer presentations?

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Samuel Gray
Samuel Gray
Spring 2012

A brief history of depth …
and time seismic imaging

Andrey Bakulin
Andrey Bakulin
Spring 2011

Virtual source method for imaging
and monitoring below complex overburden

This presentation is also available in Russian.

Patrick Connolly
Patrick Connolly
Spring 2010

Robust workflows for seismic reservoir characterization

This presentation is also available in Chinese.

 

Craig Beasley
Craig Beasley
Fall 2009

Lessons learned from simultaneous source investigations

Bruce Hart
Bruce Hart
Fall 2009

Reservoir-scale seismic stratigraphy: A call to integration

Jack Bouska
Jack Bouska
Spring 2009

Integrating seismic acquisition and processing

This presentation is also available in Chinese.

 

Peter Duncan
Peter Duncan
Fall 2008

Microseismic opportunities over an oilfield's life

Tadeusz J. Ulrych
Tadeusz J. Ulrych
Spring 2008

The role of amplitude and phase in processing and inversion

Don Steeples
Don W. Steeples
Fall 2007

Some stupid shallow seismic experiments I have done

 

Leonard J. Srnka
Leonard J. Srnka
Spring 2007

Illuminating reservoirs with elecromagnetics

William A. Fahmy
William A. Fahmy
Fall 2006

DHI/AVO best practices methodology and applications: A historical perspective

Gary Mavko
Gary Mavko
Spring 2006

Rock physics strategies for facies and fluid mapping

 

Rebecca Latimer
Rebecca Latimer
Fall 2005

Uses, abuses, and examples of seismic-derived acoustic impedance data: What does the interpreter need to know?

Panos Kelamis
Panos Kelamis
75th Anniversary Fall 2005 

A pragmatic view of land multiple attenuation technology

Greg Partyka
Greg Partyka
Spring 2005

Spectral decomposition

 

Heloise Lynn
Heloise Lynn
Fall 2004

The winds of change: Anisotropic rocks ... their preferred direction of fluid flow and their associated seismic signatures

Arthur B. Weglein
Arthur B. Weglein
Spring 2003

A perspective on the evolution of processing seismic primaries and multiples for a complex multidimensional Earth

Geoffrey A. Dorn
Geoffrey A. Dorn
Spring 2002

The role of visualization in resource exploration and development

 

Robert Tatham
Robert Tatham
Spring 2001  

Breaking down barriers to effective use of multicomponent seismic data