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'''Andrew Curtis''' received a B.Sc. (1990) in mathematics from the University of Edinburgh and a Ph.D. (1994) in geodynamics and seismology from Oxford University. For three years, he was a postdoctoral scientist in the Department of Theoretical Geophysics at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, where he worked on lithospheric and upper-mantle tomography. In 1997, Curtis joined Schlumberger Cambridge Research, where he worked on seismic wavefield decomposition, wavefield interferometry and time reversal, inverse theory, tomography and model-based survey design in linear and nonlinear systems, and geologic process modeling. In 2005, Curtis became the leader in exploration seismology at the University of Edinburgh, where he continues to explore his research interests.
  
'''Andrew Curtis''' received a B.Sc. (1990) in mathematics from the University of Edinburgh and a Ph.D. (1994) in geodynamics and seismology from Oxford University. For three years, he was a postdoctoral scientist in the Department of Theoretical Geophysics at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, where he worked on lithospheric and upper-mantle tomography. In 1997, Curtis joined Schlumberger Cambridge Research, where he worked on seismic wavefield decomposition, wavefield interferometry and time reversal, inverse theory, tomography and model-based survey design in linear and nonlinear systems, and geologic process modeling. In 2005, Curtis became the leader in exploration seismology at the University of Edinburgh, where he continues to explore his research interests.
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Andrew Curtis
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PhD university Oxford University

Andrew Curtis received a B.Sc. (1990) in mathematics from the University of Edinburgh and a Ph.D. (1994) in geodynamics and seismology from Oxford University. For three years, he was a postdoctoral scientist in the Department of Theoretical Geophysics at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, where he worked on lithospheric and upper-mantle tomography. In 1997, Curtis joined Schlumberger Cambridge Research, where he worked on seismic wavefield decomposition, wavefield interferometry and time reversal, inverse theory, tomography and model-based survey design in linear and nonlinear systems, and geologic process modeling. In 2005, Curtis became the leader in exploration seismology at the University of Edinburgh, where he continues to explore his research interests.