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Ian Moore
 
Ian Moore
joined Western Geophysical as a research geo-
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joined Western Geophysical as a research geophysicist in 1996, having completed a degree at Cambridge and a Ph.D. at Leeds
phys
 
icist in 1996, having completed a de-
 
gree at Cambridge and a Ph.D. at Leeds
 
 
University in mathematics. Initially based
 
University in mathematics. Initially based
 
in London, he later moved to Australia
 
in London, he later moved to Australia
and recently completed a two-year sec-
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and recently completed a two-year secondment to Schlumberger Cambridge Research Center. His research interests span
ondment to Schlumberger Cambridge Re-
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all aspects of seismic data processing, especially multiple and noise attenuation,
search Center. His research interests span
 
all aspects of seismic data processing, es-
 
pecially multiple and noise attenuation,
 
 
signal processing, and interpolation
 
signal processing, and interpolation

Revision as of 16:52, 2 July 2014

Ian Moore
Ian Moore headshot.png
PhD university Leeds University



Ian Moore joined Western Geophysical as a research geophysicist in 1996, having completed a degree at Cambridge and a Ph.D. at Leeds University in mathematics. Initially based in London, he later moved to Australia and recently completed a two-year secondment to Schlumberger Cambridge Research Center. His research interests span all aspects of seismic data processing, especially multiple and noise attenuation, signal processing, and interpolation