2019 Symposium Schedule

The Symposium will be held at the Hudson (6th Floor, 200 – 8th Avenue SW). The registration desk will open at 7:30AM where attendees can check in and collect their name tags. A light breakfast will be available along with juice, tea, and coffee. The Symposium program will start at 8AM sharp.

Please note that a social mixer will follow the Symposium starting at 4:30PM (also on the 6th Floor).

Time Speaker Session / Topic
8:00   Opening Remarks
8:15 Eric Keyser Azimuthal Anisotropy Prediction of Frac Effectiveness
8:45 Weimin Zhang The effects of seismic data conditioning on density estimates from PP-PS joint pre-stack inversion: An example from the Athabasca oil sands
9:30 Morning coffee break
10:00 Andrew Iverson/Pippa Murphy/Marco Perez Integration of multi-scale seismic datasets to better understand completion efficiency of the Montney at Gold Creek
10:30 Craig Coulombe Rock Physics Analysis and 3D Seismic Interpretation: Examples from the Mannville, Deep-Basin, Alberta
11:15 Brian Russell
Honouree Tribute
Roy Lindseth and the evolution of seismic inversion
11:45 Susan Eaton Luncheon Keynote
On the Shoulders of Giants: A Geoscientist’s Journey from Antarctica to the Arctic
12:15 CSEG Award Ceremony
1:00 Matt Ng The Modern Geophysicist: Using Geophysics the Geophysicist to Add Value and Influence Business Decisions
1:30 Don Lawton

Advances in seismic monitoring using distributed acoustic sensing (DAS)

2:15 Afternoon coffee break
2:45 Ana Krueger Deep Learning in Exploration
3:15 Rob Stewart Targets, technology, and training in the 2020s: Where is exploration geophysics going?
4:00 Closing Remarks
4:30 Mixer starts