EAGE student webinars
A webinar allows the lecturer to deliver his/her presentation from home or from the office anywhere in the world!
As lecturers (and industry professionals) sometimes have limited ability to travel because of their employment, EAGE introduced the Student Webinar format.
One of the major benefits of a webinar in comparison with other digital lectures is that through a live connection interaction is possible on the spot between lecturer and audience.
For lectures with a large audience, the lecture might want to decide to have a Q&A session after the lecture. With smaller audiences, it is possible to agree that viewers may interrupt the instructor during the presentation.
In this way, EAGE can fulfill its mission to serve the international geoscience student community worldwide and move along with the time by making use of digital means to reach out to student audiences. The hosting University is ought to invite the local audience and take care of the equipment.
|Title||Instructor||Date and time||Registration|
|Origin of hydrocarbon reservoirs in the crystalline basement: Case study for the weathered crust development||Alexander Kitchka||03 November 2022 - 11:00AM - 12:00M CET||Open
|Taking your research online with an Open Research Website||Steve Purves||20 October|
15:00 - 16:00 CET
|Self-supervised blind-spot denoising||Claire Emma Birnie||19 September 09:00 -10:00 CEST||Open
|Structural Geology of Sedimentary Basins||Carlos Giraldo||22 June 2022|
10:00AM - 11:00AM CEST
|Application of seismic attributes and machine learning techniques for the identification of faults and fractures in seismic data ||Diana Salazar||9 May |
|Quality control of borehole and seismic data for seismic inversion using descriptive statistics and rock-physics||Alexandro Vera Arroyo||4 April |
|Confronting the Challenges of Reappraising Legacy Seismic Data||Michael Westgate||7 March|
12:00 - 13:00 CET