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== Biography 2004 <ref> Contributors, ''GEOPHYSICS'' 69(6):1582.</ref> ==
 
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'''Tijmen Jan Moser''' received an M.Sc. (1987) and a Ph.D. (1992) in geophysics from
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'''Education'''
the University of Utrecht, Netherlands. He has worked at Amoco (1992) in Tulsa, Oklahoma;
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'''Tijmen Jan Moser''' attended the University of Utrecht, Netherlands, where he received a M.Sc. in geophysics in 1987 and a Ph.D. in geophysics in 1992.
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He has worked at Amoco (1992) in Tulsa, Oklahoma;
 
IFP (1992-1994), France; IFJF (1994-1995), Bergen, Norway; Alexander-von-Humboldt Stipendiat
 
IFP (1992-1994), France; IFJF (1994-1995), Bergen, Norway; Alexander-von-Humboldt Stipendiat
 
(1996-1997), Karlsruhe, Germany; and Norsk Hydro (1997-2001), Bergen, Norway/Geophysical Institute
 
(1996-1997), Karlsruhe, Germany; and Norsk Hydro (1997-2001), Bergen, Norway/Geophysical Institute

Revision as of 16:18, 10 September 2014

Tijmen Moser
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Biography 2004 [1]

Education

Tijmen Jan Moser attended the University of Utrecht, Netherlands, where he received a M.Sc. in geophysics in 1987 and a Ph.D. in geophysics in 1992.

He has worked at Amoco (1992) in Tulsa, Oklahoma; IFP (1992-1994), France; IFJF (1994-1995), Bergen, Norway; Alexander-von-Humboldt Stipendiat (1996-1997), Karlsruhe, Germany; and Norsk Hydro (1997-2001), Bergen, Norway/Geophysical Institute of Israel. Since 2001, Moser has been a geophysical consultant at Fugro-Jason in Rotterdam, Netherlands. His research interestes include seismic inversion, imaging, and ray theory.


Honorable Mention (Geophysics) 2004

V. Khaidukov, Evgeny Landa, and T. J. Moser received 2004 Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for their paper Diffraction imaging by focusing-defocusing: An outlook on seismic superresolution.[2]

References

  1. Contributors, GEOPHYSICS 69(6):1582.
  2. Khaidukov, V., E. Landa, and T. J. Moser (2004) Diffraction imaging by focusing-defocusing: An outlook on seismic superresolution, GEOPHYSICS 69(6):1478.