Friday, April 11, 2014
The tentative workshop agenda is the following:
|9:00-10:00am||Welcome and Madagascar Fundamentals
|10:00-11:00am||Workflow I: An introductory exercise
|11:15-12:30pm||Workflow II: Finite-differences modeling & migration
|1:30-3:00 pm||Developing Madagascar programs
|3:15-4:30 pm||Fast research using Madagascar
|4:30-5:00pm||Discussion and wrap up|
The Congress Centre of the Park Inn by Radisson Pulkovskaya hotel
- Pobedy Square 1
- 196240 St. Petersburg, Russia
EAGE Europe Office
PO Box 59
3990 DB Houten
Tel.: +31 88 9955055
Fax: +31 306343534
The workshop registration price varies from €75 for early-registration EAGE student member to €230 for late-registration non-member.
Please try to download and install the Madagascar package (stable version 1.6) in the days before the workshop according to the instructions on the left margin of this webpage. If issues come up, there will an opportunity to install the package at the start of the workshop. Remember to bring your laptop (Linux, Mac, or Windows) to the session!
- Tariq Alkhalifah is currently a Professor of Geophysics at KAUST in Saudi Arabia. He graduated with a PhD from Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado, in 1996, and served afterwards as a Post Doc at Stanford University. He used to be a devote SU Unix follower for most of his research carrier even as a Post Doc at Stanford (SEPlib people), but have recently seen the light and converted to Madagascar. https://sites.google.com/a/kaust.edu.sa/tariq/
- Luke Decker is a Master's student at the Jackson School of Geosciences, the University of Texas at Austin, studying under Professor Sergey Fomel. He holds undergraduate degrees in Physics (2008) from Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, and Geophysics (2011) from Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. He worked for several years as a mudlogger for King Canyon Buffalo, Inc., and his research focus is seismic diffraction imaging.
- Paul Sava is an Associate Professor of Geophysics and a member of the Center for Wave Phenomena at Colorado School of Mines. He holds an Engineering degree in Geophysics (1995) from the University of Bucharest, an M.Sc. (1998) and a Ph.D. (2004) in Geophysics from Stanford University where he was a member of the Stanford Exploration Project. His research interests are in wavefield seismic imaging, stochastic imaging and inversion, computational methods for wave propagation, numeric optimization and high performance computing. http://newton.mines.edu/paul/home.php