GEM Beijing 2011
International Workshop on Gravity, Electrical and Magnetic Methods
and Their Applications
10–13 October 2011
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A preliminary program of the workshop is available now. The technical program of the workshop is very rich.
Please read the second announcement for information about the workshop registration, hotel reservation, invitation letter for Chinese visa application, etc.
Significant advances in gravity, electrical, magnetic and remote sensing methods and technologies have been made recently while new types of geological targets, problems, and application settings bring new difficulties and challenges. Various industry and academic groups have applied these different geophysical techniques with noticeable successes in a wide range of areas including the exploration and development of oil and gas and minerals and investigation of environmental and engineering problems. Researchers and practicing geophysicists in different regions have developed innovative and successful approaches that are not widely known in the worldwide geophysical communities, whereas a lot of challenging exploration and engineering problems may not be exposed to researchers from different regions. The goal of this SEG/CGS workshop is to bring together experts from academia, government agencies, resources companies, and contractors to share the latest technological and methodological developments and successful experiences, and to discuss challenges and future directions and needs.
- Methodologies and Technologies
Instrumentation (land, marine, airborne and borehole) and field data acquisition
Processing, modeling, and interpretation algorithms
Integrated interpretation and joint inversion of multiple data sets
- Oil & Gas Exploration and Production
Hydrocarbon prospect generation
Exploration in difficult areas: deepwater, volcanics, fracture, etc.
Sub-salt and sub-basalt imaging
Heavy oil and oil sands
- Mining & Geothermal Applications
Reconnaissance and regional structure mapping
Regional lithology and mineralogy prediction
Exploration under cover and at depth
Deposit delineation and characterization
Geothermal exploration and monitoring
- Environmental & Engineering Geophysics
Carbon capture and storage
Geophysics in archaeology
Geophysics for groundwater and hydrology
- Deadline for abstract submission: 31 May 2011
- Deadline for early registration: 31 August 2011
The workshop will consist of oral, poster, and invited presentations. Abstracts in English should be between two and four pages in length and written in the format of the SEG expanded abstract for the annual meeting. Please download the template in MS Word.
All abstracts should be submitted to GEM@seg.org by 31 May 2011.
Xiong Li, Fugro
Yaoguo Li, Colorado School of Mines
Workshop Organizer: GEM@seg.org
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