EAGE 2017 in Paris

 

EAGE 2017 in Paris

 

When: June 12 - 15, 2017

Where: Paris, France

Booth: #252

 

EAGE’s 79th Conference & Exhibition attracts more than 6,500 industry leaders and energy professionals from around the globe to explore the newest technologies, latest developments, state-of-the-art products, and innovative services. This show will focus on the latest developments around energies in the new world, the latest technologies and techniques in the oil and gas industry, the challenges of our current environment, and the opportunities they present. Acceleware will be presenting during the technical program, as well as providing in-booth presentations on seismic imaging software and high performance computing. Speak with an expert or attend one of our presentations about Acceleware’s FWI commercially ready modular platform (AxFWI), as well as our Reverse Time Migration (RTM), our 3D finite difference seismic modelling applications, and our services for optimizing proprietary geoscience software.

Learn more about the 79th EAGE Conference and Exhibition

 


Booth Draws - (3) Mini RC Quadcopter Drones!

 

Win Me!

This year at our booth, we will be drawing for three (3) Mini Quadcopter Drones - one every day!

 

Each full day of the exhibition (June 13, 14, & 15) we will be drawing for one of these Mini Quadcopter Drones!
Visit booth #252 during exhibit hours for your chance to win!

Each day all you need to do is scan your badge, receive your number, and be back at our booth at 16:00 for the live draw! 

 

 


Acceleware In-booth Presentations at EAGE 2017

 

Developments in Reverse Time Migration

In today’s tight budget reality, new seismic data acquisition is scarce. Now is the time to take a second look at existing data. RTM is an advanced migration method for seismic depth imaging in areas of complex geology. Acceleware’s AxRTM is highly optimized for modern high performance computing (HPC) and uses advanced techniques for better images. We present our recent developments in this talk.

Tuesday June 13      - 11:00
Wednesday June 14 - 13:00
Thursday June 15     - 15:00

Live Demo! Running a Seismic Forward Modelling Example in the Cloud

Seismic forward modelling is used to simulate seismic wave propagation through the subsurface to gain insight into subsurface structures. It is very useful for seismic acquisition design, testing geological model hypothesis, and seismic processing. Here we demonstrate its ease of use and ease of access in the cloud!

Tuesday June 13      - 13:00
Wednesday June 14 - 15:00
Thursday June 15     - 11:00

Want to Get Started with Full Waveform Inversion?

Full Waveform Inversion is gaining more and more popularity, yet it largely remains a specialist’s tool. Acceleware has developed a modular FWI platform allowing geoscientists to discover and expand its potential to deliver very detailed subsurface velocity models. We present this platform as a means to jumpstart your work in FWI with an optimized solution for modern HPC environments.

Tuesday June 13      - 15:00
Wednesday June 14 - 11:00
Thursday June 15     - 13:00


Acceleware Technical Program Presentations at EAGE 2017

Temporal dispersion correction and prediction by using spectral mapping

 

Session: RTM and Multi-component Imaging Theory

Type: Poster Presentation

Presenter: Dr. Yilong Qin, Acceleware

When: Thursday, June 15 - 1:55pm

Room: ePosters 1

 


Presenters

Scott Quiring - Team Lead

Scott Quiring

Team Lead, Software Development, Acceleware Ltd.
Scott is the Team Lead for Acceleware’s seismic software applications. Scott has been developing high performance computing software since 2007, working with compute GPUs, multi-core CPUs and Intel’s Xeon Phi Coprocessors. More recently Scott has been designing Acceleware’s Full Waveform Inversion product. His specialty is achieving linear scaling across nodes for large problems. Scott has a B.Sc in Computer Engineering from the University of Calgary.

Yilong Qin - Geophysical Researcher

Dr. Yilong Qin

Geophysical Researcher, Acceleware Ltd.
Yilong is responsible for developing and implementing new geophysical algorithms. He has developed several key technologies for Acceleware’s modeling and migration libraries and has worked on RTM workflow and process optimizations. Prior to joining Acceleware, Yilong’s experience included the research and development of innovative seismic processing techniques to extract more reliable subsurface information from seismic datasets. Yilong has authored many publications for industry associations and journals. Yilong has a Ph.D. in Seismology from the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP).