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2020 SEP Annual Affiliates (Spring) (Video Sessions)

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Monday, May 18, 2020 - Monday, August 10, 2020

Beginning the week of May 18, 2020, the Stanford Exploration Project (SEP) will start the Affiliate remote-meeting video sessions. Video sessions will consist of weekly pre-recorded video presentations focusing on the research and progress being made by the SEP students and faculty. 

Videos will be available on Monday mornings, with a presenter lead live Q&A session the following Thursday. We plan to have 1-2 presentations per week and will be continuing the remote-meetings program during the summer.

We are pleased to announce the release of the following videos for our weekly series.

    Date Presenter Talk Title/Video Link Slides Report
    05.18.20 Ettore Biondi Elastic-parameter estimation by combining full-waves inversion by model extension and target-oriented elastic inversion Slides Progress-Report Article
    05.18.20 Milad Badder Elastic full-wave inversion of guided waves Slides Progress-Report Article
    05.25.20 Ariel Lellouch Unconventional reservoir characterization using DAS Slides Progress-Report Article
    05.25.20 Min Jun Park Seismic data interpolation using Deep image prior guided by POCS Slides Progress-Report Article
    06.01.20 Guillaume Barnier Full waveform inversion by model extension (Part 1) Slides Progress-Report Article
    06.01.20 Fantine Huot Automated hyperparameter tuning Slides Progress-Report Article
    06.08.20 Yinbin Ma Time-lapse (4D) Waveform Inversion of Anisotropic Velocities Linked to Geomechanics Slides Thesis
    06.08.20 Siyuan Yaun Near-surface characterizations with a roadside Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) Array Slides Progress-Report Article
    06.15.20 Joe Jennings Focusing unfocused faults with deep learning and residual migration Slides Progress-Report Article
    06.15.20 Stuart Farris Convexity and Scalability of Wavefield Reconstruction Inversion Slides Progress-Report Article
    06.22.20

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    Lindsey

    City-scale dark fiber DAS measurements of infrastructure use during the COVID-19 pandemic Slides Progress Report Article
    06.22.20 Guillaume Barnier Full waveform inversion by model extension (Part 2 - Sections 1-3) 3 videos

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    07.06.20 Milad Bader Denoising Low Frequencies using Expanded Prediction-Error Filters Slides Progress Report Article
    07.06.20 Ariel Lellouch Seismic monitoring with DAS – Enhanced Geothermal System example Slides

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    07.13.20 Rustam Akhmadiev One-way full-waveform inversion using frequency-domain model extension Slides Progress Report Article
    07.13.20 Ettore Biondi An object-oriented library for solving small- and large-scale inverse problems Slides Progress Report Article
    07.20.20 Rahul Sarkar Modeling of seismic residuals using Born scattering from a time dependent velocity perturbation Slides Progress Report Article
    07.27.20 Júlio Oliva Frigério Tomographic Waveform Inversion Slides Progress Report Article
    08.10.20 Guillaume Barnier Full waveform inversion by model extension (Part 3 - Sections 1-3) 3 videos

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    We are pleased to announce the release of the following videos for our weekly series.

    Week 1 - May 18th:

    • Elastic-parameter estimation by combining full-waves inversion by model extension and target-oriented elastic inversion- Presented by Ettore Biondi
    • Elastic full-wave inversion of guided waves - Presentedby Milad Bader

    Week 2 - May 25th:

    • Unconventional reservoir characterization using DAS - Presented by Ariel Lellouch
    • Seismic data interpolation using Deep image prior guided by POCS - Presented by Min Jun Park

    Week 3 - June 1st:

    • Full waveform inversion by model extension (Part 1) - Presented by Guillaume Barnier
    • Automated hyperparameter tuning - Presented by Fantine Huot

    Week 4 - June 8th: 

    • Time-lapse (4D) Waveform Inversion of Anisotropic Velocities Linked to Geomechanics - Presented by Yinbin Ma
    • Near-surface characterizations with a roadside Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) Array - Presented by Siyuan Yaun

    Week 5 - June 15th:

    • Focusing unfocused faults with deep learning and residual migration -Presented by Joe Jennings
    • Convexity and Scalability of Wavefield Reconstruction Inversion -Presented by Stuart Farris

    Week 6 - June 22nd:

    • City-scale dark fiber DAS measurements of infrastructure use during the COVID-19 pandemic - Presented by Nate Lindsey
    • Full waveform inversion by model extension (Part 2-Sections 1-3) - Presented by Guillaume Barnier (3 videos)

    Due to the July 4th Holiday, we will not have video presentations on Monday, June 29th. Video presentations for week 7 will resume on Monday, July 6th.

    Week 7- July 6th:

    • Denoising Low Frequencies using Expanded Prediction-Error Filters - Presented by Milad Bader
    • Seismic monitoring with DAS – Enhanced Geothermal System example - Presented by Ariel Lellouch

    Week 8 - July 13th:

    • One-way full-waveform inversion using frequency-domain model extension - Presented by Rustam Akhmadiev 
    • An object-oriented library for solving small- and large-scale inverse problems - Presented by Ettore Biondi

    Week 9 - July 20th:

    • Modeling of seismic residuals using Born scattering from a time dependent velocity perturbation - Presented by Rahul Sarkar

    Week 10 - July 27th:

    • Tomographic Waveform Inversion - Presented by Julio Oliva Frigerio

    Week 11 - August 10th:

    • Full waveform inversion by model extension (Part 3-Sections 1-3) Numerical examples - Presented by Guillaume Barnier

     

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