Martin Tygel

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Martin Tygel
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PhD university Stanford University


Biography 2014[1]

Martin Tygel received M.S. (1976) and Ph.D. (1979) degrees in mathematics from Stanford University. He taught at the Federal University of Bahia before joining UNICAMP in 1983, where he is now a professor. He was a Humboldt scholar (1985-1987) in Hannover (Germany), and a visiting professor at the Universities of Karlsruhe (Germany) and Trondheim (Norway). In 2002, he received EAGE’s Conrad Schlumberger Award. His research interests include computational geophysics with a focus on seismic processing, imaging and inversion, related exploration, and monitoring of hydrocarbon reservoirs.

Honorable Mention (Geophysics) 1996

Peter Hubral, Jörg Schleicher, and Martin Tygel received Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for their paper A unified approach to 3-D seismic reflection imaging, Part I: Basic concepts.[2]


References

  1. Contributors, GEOPHYSICS 78(6):Z161-Z167.
  2. Hubral, P., J. Schleicher, and M. Tygel (1996) A unified approach to 3-D seismic reflection imaging, Part I: Basic concepts, GEOPHYSICS62(1):97.