SEG Working Workshop 2017 - Tutorials

The workshop will take place at:
Rm 223, Science & Research Bld1
University of Houston
3507 Cullen Boulevard
Houston, TX 77204-5007
on August 9-12, 2017

Workshop Objective
Groups of two or three participant will be formed at the working workshop for create reproducible tutorials. The tutorial should be on a topic of interest to seismic interpreters, applied geophysicists, and general earth scientists. It should be about 1500 words, two or three figures, and code to mskes the figures reproducable. Groups can use any system to create and share the code that allows the tutorial figures to be reproduced by readers after the workshop. The tutorials may be candidates for publication (eg The Leading Edge geophysical tutorial articles or the software section of Geophysics). Some participants may want to experiment with existing tutorials in The Leading Edge, Seismic Unix demos, Madagascar reproducible documents, or other sources. These sources inspire readers to learn, modify, port, or process another dataset. Collaborate and share your experience in a lightning talk (a five minute presentation).

Participants are expected to bring laptops with the software they will use create a tutorial during the workshop. Wifi internet access will be provided.

This working workshop hopes to provide a forum for geophysicist to learn, contribute, and network.

Application
The workshop participation is free but requires an application. Space is limited. The application deadline is August 1, 2017. This is the application form.

There is more information at http://www.ahay.org/wiki/SEG_Working_Workshop_Houston_2017_Invitation

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Do you plan to attend the informal tutorials on Wednesday, August 9 for help configuring Linux, and installing open software on your computer? *
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Depending on interest in the informal tutorials we may need some tutors to work one-on-one with learners get their computers configured. If you want to encourage others use an open source package to process the Teapot dome data we will need your help installing and learning the software. You can comment in the other section below.
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