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SEG Annual Meeting

Registration is now open for SEG's 80th Annual Meeting
SEG celebrates its 80th year in Denver, the Mile High City. Register today to attend the world's largest oil, energy, and mineral exposition showcasing cutting-edge technology for use in exploration and associated industries.
Get all the details about SEG's 80th Annual Meeting here

  Meetings & Events
 

18–22 July 2010 - D&P Forum: CO2 EOR and Sequestration

19–22 July 2010 - Bali 2010 International Geosciences Conference and Exposition

15–20 August 2010 - SEG/EAGE Summer Research Workshop

27–30 September 2010 - SEG Continuing Education Courses, Houston

16–17 October 2010 - SEG Continuing Education Courses, Denver (Annual Meeting)

17–22 October, 2010 - SEG International Exposition and 80th Annual Meeting


Upcoming SEG Meetings

triangleSEG SRW2010 SEG/EAGE Summer Research Workshop
Registration is Open!
Register today for the workshop, "Low Frequencies: Their Value & Challenges" taking place 15-20 August 2010 in Snowbird, Utah USA. Please visit http://seg.org/lowfreq10 for more information. Register by 14 July for a discounted registration rate.

 

triangleAnnual Meeting Exhibition Space
Due to demand, additional exhibit space has been opened for the 2010 SEG International Exhibition and 80th Annual Meeting to be held in Denver, Colorado, USA, beginning 17 October. You can view the current floor plan at the Booth Browser. Please contact Steve Emery to reserve your space today.
triangleVolunteer!
Every SEG convention relies upon a host of volunteers to help make each event memorable. Many volunteer opportunities are still available. Sign up today!

triangle SEG Annual Meeting 2010SEG Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado
Registration is now open! Register today at our online registration page. Don't forget to book your hotel room for the SEG Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado!


 

University Events

stuffBridge your job search gap at AAPG/SEG Student Expos
Student Expos are unique events designed to link geosciences students with industry recruiters. Students benefit by networking, sharing their resumes, presenting their research, and interviewing with multiple employers. Check out an event near you!
stuffStudents are you interested in taking a FREE course at the Annual Meeting?
Then the Student Education Program is for you! There are a limited number of spaces available. For more information or application instructions, please email us at sep@seg.org.

Professional Development

triangle SEG DISCDISC to visit Australia and Thailand
In August, the 2010 SEG/EAGE DISC will visit multiple locationsin Australia and in Bangkok, Thailand. Colin Sayers presents Geophysics Under Stress: Geomechanical Applications of Seismic and Borehole Acoustic Waves. View the schedule or read more information about the presentation. The course book is available for purchase in the SEG Book Mart.


 

Member News

stuffMake the most of your SEG membership
Stay connected to the people, programs, and resources that can take your career to the next level by attending industry meetings, reading SEG's cutting edge publications, taking advantage of SEG's Professional Development opportunities, and more.
stuffContact your Member Services team with any questions you may have about your membership. If you are not an SEG member, please consider joining today!
 

Publications

TLE The July issue of TLE features a special section on geophysics in Brazil. This issue also discusses the importance of field camps in Foundation News and Lee Lawyer's From the Other Side explores the rise and fall of a geophysical company. Also included in the July issue is a look at the 2010-2011 nominees for SEG's Executive Committee. The vote closes 30 July.

Be sure to check out the new, reader-friendly TLE digital edition or the TLE in the SEG Digital Library.

GeophysicsGEOPHYSICS earned the highest impact factor in the journal's history in 2009 - 1.662 - according to the Science Edition of Thomson Reuters' Journal Citation Reports released in June.

 

 
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