Full waveform inversion is a leading edge imaging technique that exploits the full signal content of seismic data.
World-leading experts from academia as well as industry present the foundations of full waveform inversion for seismic exploration from both perspectives: mathematics and geophysics. Computer tutorials complement the lectures and provide an insight into the performance of different algorithms.
- Andreas Fichtner (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
- Maarten de Hoop (RICE University, USA)
- Russell Hewett (Virgina Tech, USA)
- Jean Virieux (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France)
From September 17-21, 2018. More details will follow.
The conference dinner takes place at the restaurant Brauhaus Kühler Krug (Wilhelm-Baur-Str. 3a, 76135 Karlsruhe) on Wednesday, September 19, 18:00.
Take the tram No. 5 (NOT S5) in the direction "Rheinhafen" and get off at the station "Kühler Krug". You have then to cross the street to reach the restaurant.
Registration has been closed.
Notice: Please apply early enough for a visa to enter Germany if you need one, and contact us for invitation letters.
We have limited resources for accommodation support.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Campus South, Building 20.30