Impressive track record: Eric Verschuur conducts EAGE course for 50th time
Eric Verschuur was elected in 2006 as the first lecturer for the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) Education Tour, with 15 lectures in a year throughout Europe, North Africa, Middle East and Russia. Since then he conducts the course 2-3 times a year throughout the whole world.
On 7-9 July 2021 he will conduct his 50th course “Seismic Multiple Removal Techniques: Past, Present and Future” (online). The main objective of this course is to give the audience an overview of the techniques in seismic multiple removal, starting with the deconvolution-based methods from the 1960s, via the move-out discrimination techniques of the 1980s and ending up with wave-equation based methods from the 1990s and their 3D extensions as developed in the 2000s.
Furthermore, the current challenges in multiple removal and their relation with seismic imaging and inversion are treated. A secondary objective is to discuss more general processing concepts such as high-resolution seismic data transforms (Fourier, Radon), adaptive filtering techniques, wave-equation based forward and inverse wave propagation and inversion methodologies.
More information about the course can be found here.