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24.02.14 - Discussion forum with SIKT, ASN, NTNU and Sigma2 on Distributed Acoustic Sensing

On Wednesday 14th February SIKT invited researchers from ASN, NTNU and Sigma2 for discussions related to fibreoptic sensing and how to process and handle large amounts of distributed acoustic sensing data. Olaf Schjelderup presented how Sikt’s national research and education network could be used to accomplish the needed high capacity transfers. Jan Petter Morten presented details and possibilities for edge computing using the ASN interrogator. Sigma2 presented their infrastructure for storage and high performance computing and support they can offer to the research community. Robin Rørstadbotnen and Martin Landrø presented examples from CGF (all examples shown in the CGF annual reports).
One outcome of the meeting was to establish a link between CGF and Sigma2 to explore possibilities for effective analysis of large data volumes.

23.12.07 - One-day course on Storage of Carbon Dioxide in Saline Aquifers by Prof. Phil Ringrose

CGF invites you to join us for a one-day course given by NTNU Prof. and CGF Work Package leader Phil Ringrose on the Storage of Carbon Dioxide in Saline Aquifers.  This is an in-person version of the virtual course that Phil gave in September.

Venue:mNorwegian University of Science and Technology - NTNU.

To register, visit https://seg.org/shop/product/?id=11116f9f-b857-ee11-be6f-0022482b653c

An email with course details will be sent at least 1 week before the start of the course to registrants.

For more information, visit https://seg.org/education/courses/upcoming-disc/ or email disc@seg.org.

 

 

20th November - Webinar on the application of DAS in Geoscience and beyond by Prof. Martin Landrø

CGF is pleased to announce a webinar by Martin Landrø, Centre Director, on Distributed Acoustic Sensing. Martin will demonstrate various examples of geophysical analysis. Specifically, his webinar will look at a fibre optic cable between Ny Ålesund and Longyearbyen at Svalbard in the Arctic which has recorded a large number of whale calls and earthquakes. Examples of how distant storms in the South Atlantic can be observed in an Arctic fjord will also be shown. Additionally, Martin will consider efforts to monitor changes in quickclay during road construction at a site in Norway.

For more information and registration:

https://go.seg.org/3ZU6Ni9

 

23.09.27

CGF are pleased to announce a keystone SEG online course by Phil Ringrose (CGF WP2 leader) on "Storage of Carbon Dioxide in Saline Aquifers – Building confidence by forecasting and monitoring"

Interest in carbon capture and storage (CCS) is growing rapidly as a crucial part of global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere. To support this growth, we need to accelerate CO2 storage project developments. In this course, Prof. Phil  Ringrose reviews the science and technology underpinning CO2 storage in deep saline aquifer formations using insights from several industrial-scale projects.  Anyone may register for this online course at the SEG DISC site.  Course Dates and Times: September 27th and 28th from 9:00am- 12:00pm CST.

23.06.08

CGF is pleased to celebrate and take action on 8 June, World Ocean Day!

  • One Ocean,
  • One Climate,
  • One Future - Together

CGF recently participated in Oceanoise 2023, a key international conference focussed on the issue of noise in the ocean.  On the final day, session chairs and keynote speakers gathered to discuss the state of the art revealed during the meeting and resolved to issue an urgent call to action to reduce ocean noise for the benefit of the environment and, in turn, our own survival. 

23.05.20

CGF team members John Potter, Dr. Susann Wienecke, Dag Roar Hjelme and Steinar Bjørnstad are organising a special session on fibre-optics for marine sensing (including DAS and SOP) as part of the MetroSea 2023 workshop in Malta 04-06 Oct. this year

https://www.metrosea.org/special-session-17

If you have something new and exciting in the areas of DAS and SOP or anything else you think could be relevant, get over to the MetroSea 2023 website at https://www.metrosea.org and start preparing your 4-page Abstract! UPDATE! The submission deadline for Extended Abstract Submission has been EXTENDED to June 21, 2023, so act now!

23.05.17

Happy Constitution Day Norway!  

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