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The Texas Consortium for Computational Seismology (TCCS) held its fall sponsor meeting October 26–27. More than 40 people, including representatives from 10 sponsor companies, attended the meeting, which was hosted by the Institute for Computational Engineering and Science (ICES). TCCS staff and guest speakers gave 18 research presentations, including those from professors Andrej Bona (Curtin University, Australia), Alexey Stovas (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Yibo Wang (Chinese Academy of Sciences), and Lexing Ying (Stanford University). Tinsley Oden, the director of ICES, and Scott Tinker, the director of the Bureau of Economic Geology, made the opening remarks. The mission of the TCCS, a joint venture between the Bureau and ICES, is to address the energy industry’s most important and challenging research problems in computational geophysics while educating the next generation of research geophysicists and computational scientists.
Tieyuan Zhu presents a talk on viscoelastic imaging to TCCS attendees.
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