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We are happy to announce that on December 7th, 2017, Yujiang 'Lucas' Xie, Ph.D. student with WIT Hamburg, has successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis. It is entitled "Determination and application of 3-D wavefront attributes" and will be made available as electronic dissertation at the Hamburg State and University Library Carl von Ossietzky.

Congratulations, Lucas!

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We are pleased to announce that WIT researchers will contribute to this year's SEG Annual Meeting in Houston with the following presentations:

  • Barrera, D., Schleicher, J., Wapenaar, C., Van Der Neut, J. (2017): Deconvolution and correlation-based interferometric redatuming by wavefield inversion. SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2017: 5526-5530.

  • Dell, S. Abakumov, I., Kashtan, B., Gajewski, D. (2017): Utilizing diffractions in full-wave inversion for a detailed model building. SEG...
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We are pleased to announce that WIT researchers will contribute to this year's 79th EAGE Conference & Exhibition in Paris with the following presentations:

  • Bauer, A., Schwarz, B. and Gajewski, D. (2017): Quantifying Diffracted and Passive Event Location Uncertainties with Local Wavefront Measurements. 79th EAGE Conference and Exhibition 2017.
  • Diekmann, L., Schwarz, B., Bauer, A. and Gajewski, D. (2017) Approaching Passive Data with the established Active Seismic Toolbox. 79th EAGE Conference and...
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During this year's EAGE conference in Paris, there will be a full-day workshop on “Linking Active and Passive Seismics”. The aim of the workshop is to bring together experts from the active and passive seismic communities to take a step forward in improving the technological exchange between both fields, in order to seamlessly blend reflection seismic data (particularly diffractions) with passive seismic data for improved localization, model building and imaging in both fields. Conveners are U....

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The presentations given during the 20th Annual WIT Meeting 2017 have been uploaded and are now available online exclusively for sponsors in the restricted section. In order to access the files, you need to login. In addition to the proceedings and overviews detailing the work by the WIT research teams, the following presentations are available:

  • I. Abakumov, J. Walda, and D. Gajewski: Advances in 3D multidimensional stacking
  • I. Abakumov, B. Kashtan, and D. Gajewski: Monitoring of 4D velocity...
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We are happy to announce that on January 24th, 2017, Yan Yang, Ph.D. student with WIT Hamburg, has successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis. It is entitled "2D and 3D seismic imaging by partial time migration and demigration" and will be made available as electronic dissertation at the Hamburg State and University Library Carl von Ossietzky.
Congratulations, Yan!

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We are happy to announce that on January 17th, 2017, Manizheh Vefagh, Ph.D. student with WIT Hamburg, has successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis. It is entitled "Multiple attenuation using hyperbolic formulas" and will be made available as electronic dissertation at the Hamburg State and University Library Carl von Ossietzky.
Congratulations, Manizheh!

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We are happy to announce that on January 10th, 2017, Ivan Abakumov, Ph.D. student with WIT Hamburg, has successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis. It is entitled "Extension of the implicit Common-Reflection-Stacking operator for three-dimensional anisotropic media" and will be made available as electronic dissertation at the Hamburg State and University Library Carl von Ossietzky.
Congratulations, Ivan!

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We are extremely pleased to announce that WIT founding member Prof. Martin Tygel from WIT Campinas was selected as the 2017 SEG Latin America Honorary Lecturer, which constitutes a major honor and recognition of excellence. The subject on his nomination was Multiparametric traveltimes: Concepts and applications.

The overall goals of the Honorary Lecturer program are to:

  • Recognize an individual's expertise and contributions to advancing the science and technology of geophysics.
  • Disseminate...
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We are happy to announce that on November 15th, 2016, Jan Walda, Ph.D. student with WIT Hamburg, has successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis. It is entitled "Accounting for conflicting dips in multi-parameter processing" and will be made available as electronic dissertation at the Hamburg State and University Library Carl von Ossietzky.
Congratulations, Jan!

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