Doug Foster from ConocoPhillips will give the EGLS talk this Friday Oct 26th

Doug Foster from ConocoPhillips will be giving a talk this Friday Oct 26th titled:

"Interpretation of AVO Anomalies"

Dr. Doug Foster received a B.S. (1978) in mathematics from Santa Clara University, a M.S. (1980) in geophysics from the University of Missouri Rolla, and a Ph.D. (1985) in geophysics from Columbia University. After working as a research geophysicist at ARCO, Mobil, and Phillips Petroleum he is currently a Senior Scientist at ConocoPhillips. Also, he is an adjunct Professor in the physics department at the University of Houston and vice-chairman of the Ultra-Deepwater Advisory Committee for the U.S. Department of Energy. Research interests are wave propagation, seismic imaging, AVO analysis and velocity estimation. He is a member of SEG and AGU.

The talk is open to anyone interested in geophysics and will begin at 12:00pm in the Science and Engineering Classroom building, 1st floor, room 104.

Pizza will be provided!

This event is hosted by the SEG Wavelets, the University of Houston SEG student chapter. For more information on this and other events we have planned, please visit our website:
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