Scott C. Hornbostel
Scott Hornbostel received a B.S. (1979) in physics and applied mathematics from Texas Christian University, an M.S. (1980) in electrical engineering from Stanford University, California, and a Ph.D. (1988) in geophysics from the University of Houston, Texas. He has worked for ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company since 1980. Hornbostel’s research interests include seismic signal processing and electromagnetic modeling.
Arthur H. Thompson, Scott C. Hornbostel, James S. Burns, Thomas J. Murray, Robert Raschke, John C. Wride, Paul Z. McCammon, John R. Sumner, Greg Haake, Mark Bixby, Warren S. Ross, Benjamin S. White, Minyao Zhou, and Pawel Peczak shared the 2007 Best Paper in Geophysics Award.
- Thompson, et. al. (2007). ”Field tests of electroseismic hydrocarbon detection.” GEOPHYSICS, 72(1), N1–N9. doi: 10.1190/1.2399458