Three of the Centre's staff and students have won recognition for their excellent work.
Dr Jeffrey Shragge is the 2010 recipient of the prestigious SEG J. Clarence Karcher Award, which is given each year to an outstanding young scientist aged 35 years or less.
Jeff received this honor in recognition of his impressive early-career publication record and varied research contributions to the Society.
The official recognition and presentation of this award will take place during SEG's 2010 annual meeting in Denver, Colorado USA, from October 17‐21 2010.
Wendy Young will also be going to Denver after receiving a full scholarship and travel grant to participate in the Chevron Student Leadership Symposium at the Annual SEG Meeting. Wendy will be one of 50 top students selected from around the world to attend this exciting event.
Wendy also received an ASEG Foundation research grant of $5,000/year for her MSc research project on integrating seismic, EM and gravity data to monitor gas depletion and CO2 sequestration fields.
Finally, Matt Saul has received an ASEG Foundation research grant of $10,000/year for his PhD research project on monitoring gas movement in producing reservoirs by geophysical methods with applications to enhanced gas production and CO2 sequestration.