DUG showcases latest technologies at IMAGE 2022 Houston

DUG showcases latest technologies at IMAGE 2022 Houston

The International Meeting for Applied Geoscience & Energy (IMAGE) 2022 opens on 28 August in Houston, Texas. If you’re attending, be sure to come and see us at booth 831! 

We invite you to learn more about our powerful and intuitive DUG Insight software for seismic interpretation and our roo-volutionary high-frequency full waveform inversion (FWI)  technology. 

#TeamDUG will be on hand each day from 28 August – 1 September to answer your questions, introduce you to our key technologies, or schedule a private meeting.

We’re also excited to give you a taste of our latest and most innovative workflows and technologies in the IMAGE ‘22 technical programme. We have three papers (click on the titles below to read them) being presented in-person which you won’t want to miss:


Mitigating cycle skipping in FWI through preconditioned multi-dimensional optimal transport

Presenter: James McLeman

Authors: James McLeman, Tim Burgess, Tom Rayment, and Victor Chua

Session: FWI 2 Methods 4

Date: Tuesday, 30 August

Time: 8:00–8:25 AM

Location: 360A

Deblendable land acquisition

Presenter: Amarjeet Kumar

Authors: Amarjeet Kumar, Joe Fuller, Tom Rayment, Mason Phillips, Dave Monk, Chris Ansorger, and Stuart Schmitt

Session: SPMNR 3 Regularization and Deblending

Date: Wednesday, 31 August 

Time: 11:10–11:35 AM

Location: 371A

Next-generation resolution through multiparameter FWI imaging

Presenter: Tom Rayment

Authors: Tom Rayment, James McLeman, Karen Dancer, and Tim Burgess

Session: FWI P2 Methods 3

Date : Monday, 29 August 

Time: 4:30–4:55 PM

Location: Poster Station 2 (G)


We look forward to seeing you at IMAGE 2022! 

Please drop us a line at info@dug.com if you have any questions or if you’d like to schedule a meeting with us.

By Mitchell Lim

Mitchell Lim is DUG's Scientific Content Architect. With a PhD in Chemical Engineering, Mitch is an expert in the fields of catalysis and ultrasonics. Full-time science geek, part-time fitness junkie, Mitch strives to deliver effective and engaging science communication, as he believes that easily digestible scientific perspectives have the potential to impact and benefit society at large.

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