Everyone should have the chance to see the Alamo, enjoy a Mexican-style fiesta, and bask in the warmth of the Texas Hill Country. All geophysicists in the world will benefit from immersing themselves in talks and posters presented by some of the world's top scientists.
Advance registration pricing has ended, but delegates may continue to register online until Wednesday, 12 September at 5 p.m. CDT (10 p.m. GMT) at onsite rates. After 12 September, delegates may register in person in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, starting at 1 p.m. CDT (6 p.m. GMT) Friday, 21 September.
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Visit the SEG Annual Meeting site
Don’t forget to book your hotel room in San Antonio. Make your reservation in one of SEG’s 17 hotels using the following link. The Marriott Rivercenter and Riverwalk will serve as headquarters hotels.
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A diverse program is scheduled for San Antonio, having been created from more than 800 abstracts received for review from all geophysical disciplines and all parts of the world. The full Technical Program schedule with all of the accepted abstracts is available online at the following link.
Related Link: Technical Program Online
SEG Forum series
The SEG Forum, a gathering of top executives who articulate the science and philosophy behind their companies’ experience, will focus on Unconventional Resources. The most-attended presentation session at the Annual Meeting, the forum on Monday, 24 September, will attract more than 8000 industry professionals. The distinguished panel of speakers includes: Larry Lunardi, Vice President of Chesapeake Energy Corporation; Jean-Marie Masset, Senior Vice President, Total; Sverre Strandenes, President of Research and Development, PGS; and Ray Boswell, geologist, U.S. Department of Energy. Bob Tippee, editor, Oil & Gas Journal will be the moderator.
Related Link: SEG Forum
Book Mart: Meet authors and editors
Visit with authors and editors of these new SEG books at the Book Mart (booth #659) and get your copies signed:
- Satinder Chopra and Kurt J. Marfurt, authors of Seismic Attribute Mapping for Prospect Identification and Reservoir Characterization
- Jörg Schleicher, Martin Tygel, and Peter Hubral, authors of Seismic True-Amplitude Imaging
- Michael A. Pelissier, Henning Hoeber, Norbert van de Coevering, and Ian F. Jones, editors of Classics of Elastic Wave Theory
- Biondo L. Biondi, author of 3D Seismic Imaging and Concepts and Applications in 3D Seismic Imaging
Check Book Mart signs for schedules. Descriptions of new publications and a complete price list is in the Preview publication that will be placed in delegate bags.
Related Link: SEG Book Mart
SEG 77th Honors and Awards ceremony
The SEG Honors & Awards Committee cordially invites all members to attend the SEG 77th Honors & Awards ceremony to recognize and to honor talented individuals and organizations that have advanced the science of geophysics and benefited society.
Related Link: Annual Meeting Events
Four Global Affairs Committee Luncheon Meetings are scheduled during this year’s Annual Meeting. All delegates with international interests are invited to enjoy regional cuisine and entertainment and hear presentations from speakers with companies in India, Italy, Mexico, and Saudi Arabia. Tickets for these meetings can be purchased onsite two days in advance at the Event Ticket Sales Booth located in the Registration Area. Attendees will be asked to produce tickets at the events.
Related Link: GAC Events
The organizers of "Latin America–Beyond Borders" invite you to visit over 30 exhibitors from around the world (many from Latin America) and attend the 25 and 26 September business and technical sessions on Latin America at the Global Theater in the exhibition hall. Browse the Showcase exhibitor’s list and Global Theater schedule to plan your visit.
Related Link: International Showcase
Register now for the 2007 SEG/EAGE Distinguished Instructor Short Course (DISC) and Continuing Education courses, which will be conducted in San Antonio 21–23 September. After 7 September, onsite registration will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Make plans to visit the SEG Professional Development booth (#771) to learn more about your educational opportunities and pick up information on the SEG/EAGE DISC, the Distinguished Lecturer program, Regional Lecturer program, current and future speakers, and the Digital DISC. In addition, don’t miss SEG Regional Lecturers Steve Chang and Shivaji Dasgupta at the International Showcase Global Theater on Wednesday afternoon, 26 September.
Related Links: 2007 SEG/EAGE DISC
Distinguished Lecturer Program
Regional Lecturer Program
Applied Science Education Program
A special feature of the meeting is the Applied Science Education Program that is free to delegates. Join speaker Michael E. Wysession, Associate Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis (USA), as he leads the audience on "A Geophysical Journey to the Center of the Earth." Area high school teachers and students grades 9–12 are invited to sign up for this free program. This will be an unforgettable educational experience for those in attendance. The program will be held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center on the morning of 26 September.
Related Link: Applied Science Program
*Be a part of our growth*
Visit the SEG Membership booth (#770) to learn more about how you can sponsor a new member and win SEG vouchers and merchandise. Get involved in the SEG Membership Campaign and become eligible for valuable rewards. Each time a new member joins using your name as the referring member, you will be entered in a quarterly drawing for SEG vouchers and merchandise.
Related Link: Member Services
Did you know that the SEG Scholarship Committee offered a total of US$448 350 in scholarships to 172 geoscience students worldwide for the 2007–2008 academic year? If you are pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in applied geophysics or a closely related field, don’t miss your opportunity to apply for an SEG scholarship for the 2008–2009 academic year from 1 September through 1 February 2008. Interested students may apply in person at the Foundation booth (#859) in San Antonio, or they can apply online. For more information, please e-mail email@example.com.
Related Link: Foundation Scholarship Program
- Visit the Student Affairs booth (#773) to pick up your FREE SOUVENIR
- Sign up for the Student Paper Competition, if presenting a poster
- Visit the Career Placement Area
- Attend the SEG Challenge Bowl Finals
- Network with Student Reception sponsors and peers
- Enjoy the evening at the Student Reception
SEG Challenge Bowl finals
Watch the regional finalists compete for the cash prize on 24 September in the 2nd SEG Challenge Bowl, an international contest testing students’ breadth and depth of knowledge in the field of geoscience. The quiz show format will feature three rounds of intense competition as the contestants attempt to buzz in first with the answers to challenging geoscience questions. Between rounds, recruiters from companies will answer questions about what their company has to offer to new graduates looking for a meaningful career in the earth sciences. The Challenge Bowl will be held in the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter.
Mix and mingle with company sponsors, geoscience professors, and your peers from on the evening of 24 September in the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter. Networking is a key part of business in any career, so take a moment to learn from those already in the field and enjoy an evening of music, prizes, food and fun. Get your best tunes ready for the karaoke contest and work up your moves for the dance contest. This is one event you won’t want to miss! Students wishing to consume alcoholic beverages must bring their ID. The legal age to consume alcohol is 21.
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Wednesday Night Fiesta
Throw on your sombrero and join us for a fiesta on 26 September at Sunset Station! Tickets are US$10 for Registered Delegates and US$60 for guests.
Related Link: Special Events
Golf tournament sold out – tournament location change
The 2007 SEG San Antonio Golf Tournament announces a change in course locations. The golf tournament will now be hosted by Canyon Springs Golf Club, located in north central San Antonio at the edge of the beautiful Texas Hill Country, and resides amidst the original Claussen Homestead. The course change is due to the amount of precipitation that The Quarry Golf Course received in the past few weeks. The Canyon Springs Golf Club is a comparable and beautiful course with rich history and displays its historical past even today. The tournament will take place on Saturday afternoon, 22 September, and will be Four-Man Texas Style Scramble. The tournament is sold out, but if you would like to be placed on the waiting list, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Related Link: Canyon Springs Club
Great excitement and entertainment is planned for this year's Spouse Program! You will want to take advantage of the tours and free seminars. At the luncheon Tuesday, 25 September, Mariachis will fill the air with their exhilarating sounds. Heloise, creator of the popular syndicated column “Hints from Heloise,” will provide the featured entertainment. Make plans now to attend the festivities!
Related Link: Spouse Program Postconvention workshops
Nine postconvention workshops will take place 27–28 September at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. The schedule and descriptions of each workshop have been posted online.
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SEG Advanced Modeling Project
The SEG Advanced Modeling Phase I is well on its way and currently has 13 participants. SEAM encourages other interested companies to join in developing this exciting new project. Please visit the SEAM Web site for additional information.
Related Link: SEAM Web site
Volunteer opportunities abound at the Annual Meeting in San Antonio! Volunteer to be a Session Monitor for the Technical Program, to help prepare for registration by stuffing delegate bags, or to work with area San Antonio students attending the Applied Science Education Program. View all volunteer opportunities available and sign up today!
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Call for Papers in Cartagena
The National Hydrocarbon Agency ANH and the Colombian Association of Petroleum Geologists and Geophysicists announced a Call for Papers for III Colombia Oil & Gas Investment Conference, to be held concurrently with the Conventional & Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources International Congress, which is organized by AAPG and SEG. The events are 4–8 February 2008 in Cartagena, Colombia. The deadline for submissions is 26 October.
Related Link: Cartagena
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Seismic Attribute Mapping
for Prospect Identification and Reservoir Characterization
by Satinder Chopra
and Kurt J. Marfurt
3D Seismic Imaging
by Biondo Biondi
Seismic True-Amplitude Imaging
by Jörg Schleicher, Martin Tygel,
and Peter Hubral
Classics of Elastic Wave Theory
edited by Michael A. Pelissier, Henning Hoeber, Norbert van de Coevering, and Ian F. Jones
Concepts and Applications in 3D Seismic Imaging
by Biondo L. Biondi
edited by Dwain K. Butler
Introduction to Petroleum Seismology
by Luc T. Ikelle and
by Arthur Weglein and
Seismic Data Processing
with Seismic Un*x
by David Forel,
Thomas Benz, and
Wayne D. Pennington
CREWES Research Collection 2008
Reflections in the Field: Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the SEG
Video on DVD
Insights and Methods for 4D Reservoir Monitoring and Characterization
by Rodney Calvert
Petroleum Systems of Deepwater Settings
by Paul Weimer and
Roger M. Slatt
Problems in Exploration Seismology and their Solutions
by Lloyd P. Geldart and
Robert E. Sheriff
Fundamentals of Geophysical Interpretation
by Laurence R. Lines and
Rachel T. Newrick
Seismic Data Analysis: Processing, Inversion, and Interpretation of Seismic Data
by Öz Yilmaz
CREWES BrAVO AVO
& Inversion Collection