The Texas Consortium for Computational Seismology is a joint initiative of the Bureau of Economic Geology (BEG) and the Center for Numerical Analysis at the Institute for Computational Engineering and Science (ICES) at The University of Texas at Austin. Its mission is to address the most important and challenging research problems in computational geophysics as experienced by the energy industry while educating the next generation of research geophysicists and computational scientists.
Examples of research challenges include:
• Estimating seismic velocities by using full waveform information.
• Identifying the most accurate and the most efficient seismic imaging algorithms while controlling the trade-off between accuracy and efficiency.
• Assisting the seismic interpreter by automating common interpretation tasks.
To learn more about joining the Texas Consortium for Computational Seismology, please click here.
Current and Upcoming Events
The Fall 2016 sponsor meeting of TCCS took place in Austin at the University of Texas Pickle Research Campus on October 24-25.
The Fall 2015 sponsor meeting of TCCS was held in Austin,Texas, at the Peter O’Donnell Building (POB) on the UT Austin main campus, on October 26-27, 2015.
The official meeting agenda is available here.
The Spring 2015 sponsor meeting of TCCS was convened in Houston at the Embassy Suites - Energy Corridor hotel on March 23-24.
The Fall 2014 sponsor meeting of TCCS took place in Austin, at UT Austin's Pickle Research Campus, on November 3-4.
To see the full meeting AGENDA, click here.
The Spring 2014 Biannual Research Meeting was held March 20-21, 2014 at the Houston Research Center in Houston, Texas.
The Fall 2013 sponsor meeting of TCCS took place in Austin, on September 30 - October 1, in the O'Donnell Building for Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences (POB) on the University of Texas at Austin main campus. Click here for the meeting agenda.
The Spring Research Meeting of the Texas Consortium for Computational Seismology was convened at the Houston Research Center in Houston, Texas, on March 25-26, 2013 for invited members.
View the meeting agenda.
The Fall Research Meeting of the Texas Consortium for Computational Seismology was convened in Austin, Texas, on November 12-13, 2012.
View the meeting agenda.
New positions are available for qualified graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Please contact email@example.com.