University of Quebec SEG Student Chapter
University of Quebec SEG Student Chapter (Société Géophysique de Québec) it's Quebec City's student chapter. Founded in September 2007, it has being an active chapter opening the door for students to actively participate in projects and initiatives that promote the science of geophysics.
|Year||Faculty Advisor||President||Vice President||Secretary||Treasurer||Chairman|
|2019||Pr. Erwan Gloaguen||Cecilia Dip||Javier Fernandez Reynes||Parham Adiban||Farnaz Ghoraishi||-|
|2018||Pr. Erwan Gloaguen||Shiva Tirdad||Cecilia Dip||Obina Nzekwe||Micha Horswill||-|
|2017||Pr. Erwan Gloaguen||Cecilia Dip||Shiva Tirdad||Micha Horswill||Simon Gernez||Obina Nzekwe|
|2016||Pr. Erwan Gloaguen||Simon Gernez||Shiva Tirdad||Obina Nzekwe||Patrick Brunet|
|2015||Pr. Erwan Gloaguen||Simon Gernez||Gabriel Fabien-Ouellet||Obina Nzekwe||Issam Bakari|
|2014||Pr. Erwan Gloaguen||Gabriel Fabien-Ouellet|
|2018-11-23||Gervais Perron ( Directeur, developpement des affaire Mira Geoscience)||Training course: Geoscience Analyst|
|2018-11-08||David Gray ( Senior Geophysical Advisor, Nexen) - CSEG Distiguished Lecturer||An unconventional view of geoscience|
|2018-11-05||Satish Singh ( Pr. Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris) - SEG Distinguished Lecturer||Seismic FWI for fundamental scientific and industrial problems|
|2018-05-29||Gilles Bellefleur (Geological Survey of Canada)||Sismique appliquée au domaine minier|
|2018-05-23||Jean-François Lalonde (Associate professor at Electrical and Computer engineering department of Laval University)||Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality|
|2018-05-03||Gabriel Fabien-Ouellet (Assistant professor of geophysics at École polytechnique de Montréal)||Automation of seismic processing by deep learning|
For the very first time, Quebec City hosted a Challenge Bowl and it was a big success. This first annual event took place at Laval’s University in Quebec City, on March the 16th. Four teams competed from both U-Laval and INRS universities. They competed for an all-expenses paid trip to represent Quebec at the National competition in Calgary. Around 50 people, including students and teachers came to see the competition.
Focused on providing students with needed tools for successful careers, SEG hosts and partners with other organizations on special programs, expositions, and symposiums, to turn today’s students into tomorrow’s leaders.
The SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program (SEP) is a 2 - 2½ day short course that prepares college students for the challenges of an oil industry career. The program includes lectures and exercises directly related to geoscience/geophysical work performed in the oil industry. ExxonMobil provides course materials, team exercises and instructors. Travel grants will cover the expenses for travel, lodging, and registration to SEG's Annual Meeting.
SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium (SLS) offers travel grants to students who are currently active officers of an SEG Student Chapter. Students receiving the SLS travel grant award will participate in a two-day focused leadership program. This focused program for developing leadership skills will include an address by the SEG President, best practices presentations from selected Student Chapters, professional leadership coaching, an organized team building activity, and a Strategic Problem Solving Session with the SEG Executive Committee. Only fifty student leaders, representative of SEG's worldwide network of Student Chapters, will be selected to attend. Travel grants will cover the expenses for travel, lodging, and registration to SEG's Annual Meeting.
|2019||Javier Fernandez Reynes||Parham Adiban|