Kurt Strack from KMS Technologies will give the EGLS talk this Friday Mar 30th

Kurt Strack from KMS Technologies will be giving a talk on Friday Mar 30th titled:

"Array Electromagnetics"

Dr. Strack is the president and founder of KMS Technologies, a company that integrates electromagnetic and other geophysical methods. Before this, Dr. Strack was Chief Scientist at Baker Hughes (previously Baker Atlas) until 1999. He is an Adjunct Professor at the UH Electrical Engineering department and has taught courses such as "Borehole Geophysics" and "Electrical Methods for Hydrocarbon Applications".

Dr. Strack received the SEG Reginald Fessenden Award in 2003 for his contributions in borehole geophysics, specifically the development of Through Casing Resistivity and 3D Induction Logging. He has been honored with other awards from the Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts and the Society of Petroleum Engineers. Dr. Strack has been introduced as a Foreign Member to the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences for his contributions in electrical methods for exploration geophysics.

This will be the 12th lecture in our Exploration Geophysics Lecture Series. It is open to anyone interested in geophysics and will begin at 1:00pm in the Science and Research Building 1 (SR1), room 634.

Pizza will be provided!

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We hope to see you there!

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