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Waves and Wave-Based Imaging in Virtual and experimental Environments

Workshop 3 - Industrial Perspective

The 3rd WAVES Workshop (26-29/03/2017, Cambridge, UK) trained the participants on research in the industry, including career development skills (management, entrepreneuship, IPR issues etc.), as well as science themes that are particularly relevant to industrial applictions, e.g. large-scale data acquisition, geophysical imaging of industrial datasets, time-lapse reservoir characterization, seismic interferometry and imaging of surface-related and internal multiples.

The objectives of this workshop were:

-- to familiarize the ESRs with the world of research and development in industry,

-- to illustrate the typical career path of a researcher working in an "industrial" environment.

The workshop was accordingly organized by Schlumberger, but speakers from other companies have been invited.



The goal of this workshop is to explore different commercial applications of experimental and numerical wave propagation to look for areas of shared interest, and also to introduce the students to the range of future career possibilities involving waves-related research and development. Participants will learn about research in industry, including career development skills (management, entrepreneurship, IPR issues etc.), as well as science themes that are particularly relevant to industrial applications.

Agenda (You can download the Agenda here)

Date and Time

Sun, 26 Mar 2017, 19:00 –

Wed, 29 Mar 2017, 12:30 BST or 16:00 for the Advisory & Supervisory boards members




The Cavonius Centre, Gonville and Caius College

West Road



United Kingdom


Traductions :

    Key Facts

    • Coordinated by Université Pierre et Marie Curie
    • 15 participating partners
    • 6 European countries and the USA
    • 15 trained fellows
    • Project budget: 3 227 952.96€
    • Project duration: 4 years
    • WAVES is a European project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Slodowska-Curie grant agreement n° 641943.



    Lapo Boschi (lapo.boschi @ upmc.fr)


    Project Manager

    Fanny Schultz (fanny.schultz @ sorbonne-universite.fr)