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'''Eric de Bazelaire,''' received the Ingenieur de l'Ecole Superieure d'Optique in 1967,
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'''Eric de Bazelaire,''' received a French Engineer degree from the Ecole Superieure d'Optique (SupOptique) in 1967,
Docteur-Ingenieur en Physique in 1972, and Docteur Es-Sciences Physiques in 1974. He
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Docteur-Ingenieur en Physique in 1972, and Docteur Es-Sciences (Phd) in Physiques in 1974. He
 
is currently scientific advisor in optics and signal processing in the Seismic Research Dept.
 
is currently scientific advisor in optics and signal processing in the Seismic Research Dept.
 
of S.N.E.A.(P) in France. He was formerly with the Labortoire Opm, Ecole Polytechnique de
 
of S.N.E.A.(P) in France. He was formerly with the Labortoire Opm, Ecole Polytechnique de

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Eric de Bazelaire
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Biography 1988 [1]

Eric de Bazelaire, received a French Engineer degree from the Ecole Superieure d'Optique (SupOptique) in 1967, Docteur-Ingenieur en Physique in 1972, and Docteur Es-Sciences (Phd) in Physiques in 1974. He is currently scientific advisor in optics and signal processing in the Seismic Research Dept. of S.N.E.A.(P) in France. He was formerly with the Labortoire Opm, Ecole Polytechnique de Paris, and with the Labortoire Gessy in Toulon University.


Honorable Mention (Geophysics) 1988

Eric de Bazelaire received 1988 Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for his paper Normal moveout revisited: Inhomogeneous media and curved interfaces.[2]

References

  1. Contributors, GEOPHYSICS 53(2):283.
  2. de Bazelaire, E. (1988) Normal moveout revisited: Inhomogeneous media and curved interfaces, GEOPHYSICS 53(2):143.