The Rice Inversion Project applies the best of contemporary mathematical and computational technology to address the needs of the seismic data processing industry. Current projects include: velocity estimation directly from waveform data (without traveltime picking) from inaccurate initial estimates; calibration of source wavelet and directivity as part of inversion; multiparameter inversion (aka model-based AVO processing) in the presence of attenuation; new numerical methods for various tasks, including viscoelastic simulation and traveltime and amplitude computation; and design of numerical software using OOP technology and various styles of parallelism. Several of our projects are collaborative with faculty at other universities and with our sponsors.
Spring 2017: CAAM 641, Topics in Inverse Problems: meets Tu, Th in Duncan Hall room 3076 from 1600 to 1830. Current draft of notes: this link. Syllabus is section 0.0 of notes.
The Rice Inversion Project is affiliated with the Rice Center for Computational Geophysics.
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