With resources increasingly explored for or managed at depth, and holistic tools required to enable this, Deep Earth Imaging is tackling the development of tools required to meet these challenges in the 21st century.
CSIRO’s Deep Earth Imaging is sponsoring a 4-day short course on inverse problems led by Prof Malcolm Sambridge and Dr Andrew Valentine from the Australian National University 28-31 May 2018 at ARRC in Kensington WA Summary Over the past 50 years, a wide variety of techniques have been developed to infer models of the subsurface from […]
New PhD Projects Deep Earth Imaging is proud to sponsor PhD research projects at Australian universities on topics that are aligned with our mission to make better images of the subsurface. We look forward to working with new postgraduate students and their faculty supervisors at the Australian National University, Curtin University, Macquarie University, the University […]
Michael McWilliams will give a keynote address 10:40 to 11:30 AM, Wednesday 21 February in the Pyrmont Theatre as part of the AEGC 2018. A number of our researchers will be attending the AEGC, so this is an excellent opportunity to discuss Deep Earth Imaging with us alongside some of the premier geophysical and exploration research in Australia. Abstract […]
With the Fall Meeting of the AGU moved this year to New Orleans, Deep Earth Imaging convened both an oral and a poster session on imaging from the earth’s surface to the upper mantle. This was well received by attendees; looking ahead to next year, we plan to convene another session in 2018, subject to […]
Deep Earth Imaging is convening a session (NS003: Earth Imaging from the Surface to the Upper Mantle) at the 2017 AGU Fall Meeting. Topics are intended to span disciplines and have a focus on the imaging of minerals, energy and/or groundwater resources. If you have research that is aligned with our science vision, consider submitting an […]