Pay-it-Forward Training: Geological Evaluation & Open-Source Seismic Interp.
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Pay-it-Forward Training: Geological Evaluation & Open-Source Seismic Interp.

Pay-it-Forward Training: Geological Evaluation & Open-Source Seismic Interp...

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KCPCH: Korean-American Central Presbyterian Church of Houston

14311 Park Row Houston, TX 77084

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Hello Pay-it-Forward Network,

Pay-it-Forward Training is a free all volunteers run program aimed to help and encourage the in-transition community. Highly qualified members have volunteered to share their expertise so that we may continue to learn and stay engaged through our career transition.

This morning's program is a double header: Geology & Geophysics

Geology -

Volunteer Trainer: Amy Lauber, Director, Neuralog Product Development and Support https://www.linkedin.com/in/amy-lauber-3517421

Training's Job Title: Subsurface Professionals

Training Category: Reservoir Analysis

Title of Training: Overview - Project Evaluation Using Legacy Geological Data by Neuralog

Talk Abstract: Overview for professionals who are interested in how to capture, access, visualize and interpret legacy geological data to evaluate projects. Neuralog software and hardware are used in over 100 countries.

Geophysics -

Volunteer Trainer: Kristoffer Rimaila, Geoscientist Case Study Team, https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristofferrimaila

Training's Job Title: Subsurface Professionals

Training Category: Reservoir Analysis

Title of Training: Overview of OpendTect, a Leading-Edge Open-Source Seismic Interpretation Solution

Talk Abstract: Overview of OpendTect, the world’s only open-source seismic interpretation system, used worldwide by thousands of professionals. This year OpendTect was selected to receive the SEG's Distinguished Achievement Award. During the training the powerful tools of the open source, free part of the software will be presented, along with selected commercial plugins, everything from interactive horizon trackers to advanced spectral decomposition. A product of dGB Earth Sciences. http://www.opendtect.org/.

You must reserve your ticket to attend. And because space is limited, you must unregister if cannot attend so that others on the waiting list may take your seat.

Finally, we encourage you to forward this invitation to a friend so that they may also have the opportunity to learn and stay engaged. Everyone is welcome, come learn somthing new.

Thank you,

Javan Meinwald

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14311 Park Row Houston, TX 77084

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