CALL FOR ABSTRACTS 
Open from 1 August, 2018 through 15 October, 2018.

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Lucas Pimienta (EPFL and Marie Curie Fellow at EPFL) 
a recipient of the Arie van Weelden Award 2018
by the EAGE 

The Arie van Weelden Award is presented to a member of EAGE who has made a highly significant contribution to one or more of the disciplines in our Association and who qualifies as an EAGE Young Professional. 

Congratulations to Lucas for his achievement!



EAGE E-lecture 
by Rune M Holt (NTNU) 
under a very interesting topic which relates laboratory testing and rock physics for 4D applications 

"Importance of Overburden Stress Path in Assessment of Stress Dependence for 4D Applications"






Upcoming Events
StartEndEvent nameLocationEvent TypeOrganized By
September 17, 2018 September 19, 2018 Essentials of Rock Physics for Seismic Amplitude Interpretation Abu Dhabi Short Course Ikon Science 
September 24, 2018 September 26, 2018 SPE Annual Meeting Dallas, TX USA Conference SPE 
October 13, 2018 October 14, 2018 Rock physics, geomechanics, and hazard of fluid-induced seismicity by Serge A. Shapiro Anaheim, CA Short Course SEG 
October 14, 2018 October 19, 2018 SEG International Exposition and 88th Annual Meeting Anaheim, CA USA Course SEG 
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19th Rock Physics Influencer September-October 2018

The 19th RPI for September-October 2018: Doug Angus

Doug Angus
ESG Solutions 

I am currently Director of R&D at ESG Solutions after having left the University of Leeds in 2016 as an Associate Professor of Seismic Geomechanics. I have been working on developing and applying new technology in the field of seismic geo-mechanics to address reservoir production and injection challenges as well as mine hazard assessment, specifically to improve characterization and monitoring of induced strain and stress changes.  Read more

Job Opportunities

Job TitleCompany
Research Geophysicist ION GEOPHYSICAL CORPORATION 
Two PhD Student Positions in Computational Poroelasticity University of Lausanne 
PhD position in Rock Physics University of Cergy-Pontoise 
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