On 17th April, at 17h00, a seminar entitled “New trends in marine seismic acquisition – possibilities and impact on data quality” will be held by Dr. Martin Landrø – SEG European Honorary Lecturer 2017 (Society of Exploration Geophysicists).
Martin Landrø received an M.S. (1983) and Ph.D. (1986) in physics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. From 1986 to 1989, he worked at SERES A/S. From 1989 to 1996, he was employed at IKU Petroleum Research as a research geophysicist and manager. From 1996 to 1998, he worked as a specialist at Statoil’s research center in Trondheim. Since 1998, Landrø has been a professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Petroleum Engineering and Applied Geophysics. He received the Norman Falcon award from EAGE (2000) and the award for best paper in GEOPHYSICS (2001). Landrø received the Norwegian Geophysical award (2004) and Statoil’s researcher prize (2007). He received the SINTEF award for outstanding pedagogical activity (2009). He received the Louis Cagniard award from EAGE (2010) and the Eni award – New Frontiers in Hydrocarbons (2011). He received the Conrad Schlumberger award from EAGE. Landrø’s research interests include seismic inversion, marine seismic acquisition, and 4D and 4C seismic. This includes geophysical monitoring of CO2 storage. He received the IOR award from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (2014). He is a member of EAGE, SEG, The Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences, and The Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters.
Date: 17th April 2017, at 17h00.
Venue: Instituto Superior Técnico, Room QA02.3, Floor -2, Tower South, Alameda.
More info here: www.seg.org/Education/Lectures/Honorary-Lectures/2017-HL-Landro