A seminar by Modeste Irakarama at ENSG, Nancy
On: Friday 22nd April

Seismic imaging plays an essential role in geosciences.

Being the most common way to image  geological

structures in the subsurface, seismic images are often the starting point of every  structural modeling project.

But how do we build 2D or 3D seismic images from individual seismic traces? This is the question tackled in

this seminar. I start with an introductory presentation of the principles  and associated formulas, then I discuss

how to actually implement these formulas on a computer.

The presentation focuses on the most general migration methods, in particular pre-stack Kirchhoff migration

and pre-stack reverse-time migration.