Eric Andersen is a senior geophysicist with Talisman Malaysia where he has a technical advisory role for Talisman’s Southeast Asia Region (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam). He specializes in quantitative interpretation, seismic processing QC, and reservoir characterization, and has an interest in estimating geomechanical properties from seismic data.
Fereidoon Vasheghani received his PhD in geophysics in 2011, and MEng in petroleum engineering in 2006, both from the University of Calgary, Alberta. He is a member of SEG and SPE.
Sudhir Jain is a distinguished geophysicist who was very active in Calgary during the 1970s and 1980s. He was a prolific researcher, writer and a communicator, and one can find several of his papers published in the Canadian Journal of Exploration Geophysics during that time.
Matt Hall is the founder of Agile Geoscience. A sedimentologist, Matt found geophysics later in his career. He is passionate about communicating science and technology, and especially about putting specialist knowledge into the hands of anyone who needs it.
Rob Simm is a seismic interpreter with a special interest in rock physics, AVO, and seismic inversion technologies. An interest in applying rock physics in prospect generation and field development led him to set up his own consultancy, Rock Physics Associates.
Chris Kent is from the UK and graduated from Camborne School of Mines. He has 20 years experience working in various places in Asia, West Africa, Saudi Arabia, North America, and Europe.
Bill Goodway obtained a BSc in geology from the University of London and an MSc in geophysics from the University of Calgary. Bill has worked for various seismic contractors in the UK and Canada. Bill has received numerous CSEG Best Paper Awards as well as the CSEG Medal in 2008.
Open and honest, and one of the CSEG’s more popular and well known members, Tom Podivinsky has led an interesting career, starting at PanCanadian and including stops at several small and mid-sized oil & gas companies.