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Professor Thomas Bohlen from TU Bergakademie Freiberg has recently accepted the call for the professorship of Applied Geophysics at the Institute of Geophysics, at the University of Karlsruhe. Thomas is the successor of Professor Peter Hubral. We welcome Thomas and his group as a new member of the WIT research team.

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We proudly announce a symposium to honor Professor Peter Hubral, our friend and colleague who has recently retired.The event called Making Waves about Seismics - A tribute to Peter Hubral's achievements, not only in geophysics will take place at the Schloss Karlsruhe, Germany on Wednesday, February 28, 2007. Further details can be found here.

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The paper by Lüth, S., Buske, S., Goertz, A. and Giese, R., Fresnel-volume migration of multicomponent data. Geophysics, vol. 70, No. 6, P121-129, 2005, has been selected as a highlight by Stephen J. Hill (Colorado School of Mines, Golden, USA) in the december issue of The Leading Edge .

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The WIT-sponsored Workshop on Seismic Reflection Imaging (SRI2005) took place in Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany from February 27 to March 1, 2005.

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The Golden Spike Award by HLRS (High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart) was given to E. Saenger for his outstanding project "Numerical considerations of fluid effects on wave propagation".

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The paper of Parotidis, M., Shapiro, S.A. and Rothert, E., Back front of seismicity induced after termination of borehole fluid injection. Geophys. Res. Lett., 31, L02612, doi:10.1029/2003GL018987, 2004 was selected as AGU Journal Highlight.

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In August 2004 Serge A Shapiro was elected a Fellow of The Institute of Physics (an organization of physicists in UK).

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It is a pleasure for us to congratulate Alexander Goertz, Christof Mueller, Stefan Buske, and Stefan Lueth for winning the EAGE Cagniard Award 2004. They have received the award for their poster on "Fresnel-volume multicomponent migration", presented at the 2003 EAGE meeting in Stavanger.

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We congratulate Serge Shapiro and his co-authors E. Rothert, V. Rath, and J. Rindschwentner for being chosen as recipients of the SEG's Best Paper in Geophysics Award for 2002. The paper was entitled: Characterization of fluid transport properties of reservoirs using induced microseismicity. Geophysics, 67, pp. 212-220, 2002

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The EAGE's ERASMUS Award with Honorary Membership 2003 was awarded to Peter Hubral "in recognition of his many outstanding contributions to geophysics, including the introduction of image ray concepts, his work on true amplitude, on propagation in layered media and on reflection surfaces in conjunction with structural configurations, all of which have had far reaching consequences on the approach to imaging the earth, and for his services to the...

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