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Ph.D. (1996) from l’Université de Pau et
 
Ph.D. (1996) from l’Université de Pau et
 
des Pays de l’Adour, France. In 1997, he
 
des Pays de l’Adour, France. In 1997, he
joined CGG in London as a research geo-
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joined CGG in London as a research geophysicist working on seismic velocity
physicist working on seismic velocity
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analysis. In 2001, he moved to Schlumberger Cambridge Research as a senior
analysis. In 2001, he moved to Schlum-
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research scientist on the seismic acquisition and processing team. In 2003, he
berger Cambridge Research as a senior
 
research scientist on the seismic acqui-
 
sition and processing team. In 2003, he
 
 
joined Total as R & D project leader for seismic tomography.
 
joined Total as R & D project leader for seismic tomography.
 
Since 2007, Adler has been a seismic interpreter on a subsalt
 
Since 2007, Adler has been a seismic interpreter on a subsalt
 
exploration team. His professional interests include seismic
 
exploration team. His professional interests include seismic
processing, depth imaging, velocity analysis, tomography, in-
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processing, depth imaging, velocity analysis, tomography, inverse problems, seismic interpretation, and geology. He is a
verse problems, seismic interpretation, and geology. He is a
 
 
member of SEG and EAGE.
 
member of SEG and EAGE.
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== References ==
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Revision as of 14:09, 8 July 2014

Frank Adler
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== Biography 2008[1]

Frank Adler received an M.Sc. (1993) in geophysics from Karlsruhe University, Germany, and a Ph.D. (1996) from l’Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour, France. In 1997, he joined CGG in London as a research geophysicist working on seismic velocity analysis. In 2001, he moved to Schlumberger Cambridge Research as a senior research scientist on the seismic acquisition and processing team. In 2003, he joined Total as R & D project leader for seismic tomography. Since 2007, Adler has been a seismic interpreter on a subsalt exploration team. His professional interests include seismic processing, depth imaging, velocity analysis, tomography, inverse problems, seismic interpretation, and geology. He is a member of SEG and EAGE.

References

  1. Contributors Geophysics Vol. 73, No. 5, pp. VE395-VE401