Computational Geophysics

The Center’s researchers on computational geophysics will focus on the imaging construction and retrieval of information of the subsurface from the processing of geophysical reflection data, as acquired from seismic and/or electromagnetic surveys. The main approach lies on the Common-Reflection Surface (CRS) method, which we will expand to a much larger scale, as required for 3D real data applications. Such enterprise involves a very significant effort to make the available codes and results, which have been tested in academic situations only, suited for massive industrial computation. Specific topics include:
  1. Velocity analysis and velocity model building;
  2. Seismic tomography;
  3. Time and depth migration;
  4. Time-to-depth conversion;
  5. True amplitudes;
  6. Detection and processing of diffractions
  7. New or non-conventional signal processing;
  8. Interferometry;
  9. Compressive sensing;
  10. Vertical, lateral and super resolutions.
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