EUROFLEETS+ SEISMIC workshop
OGS, Trieste, Italy, October 10th-12nd 2022
The EurofleetsPlus “Blue Skills LABS”
During the past decade new technologies have remarkably extended the scope of marine research and now offer exciting novel perspectives for pioneering research. Unmanned underwater vehicles have reached a high level of reliability and they develop towards standard equipment on modern research vessels. However, the technical complexity of the systems and their integrated scientific payload is a challenge for both the operational team and the scientists. Eurofleets+ will address these needing through the proposed dedicated training courses (Blue skills Labs) to enable the next generation of marine researchers to fully exploit the possibilities offered by this kind of scientific instrumentation onboard European research vessels.
The Seismic Lab workshop is organized as part of the EurofleetsPlus training program and will be held at OGS, National Institute of Oceanography and applied Geophysics in Trieste (Italy).
The three-day workshop (October 10-12, 2022) is offered to researchers in the field of marine science who have no or only basic experience and knowledge in the acquisition and processing of multichannel seismic data.
The workshop will cover topics such as
- Marine Seismic data acquisition (sources and geometry)
- Basic of waves propagation
- Seismic data processing
- Seismic numerical modelling
- Seismic tomography and applications to marine data
Fabrizio Zgur, Senior Technologist at OGS
Davide Gei, Researcher at OGS
Biancamaria Farina, Researcher at OGS
Flavio Accaino, Technologist at OGS
Gualtiero Bohm, Senior Technologist at OGS
Edy Forlin, Technologist at OGS
In preparation for the course, participants should have installed and started Seismic Unix on their laptops (the software can be downloaded from this link: https://cwp.mines.edu/software/).
A total of 8 positions are available for PhD and post-graduate students. Applications will be evaluated based on the scientific/technical background of the applicants and the coherence between their studies and the topics in the Labs, based on the information provided in the application form.
Costs and travel grants
The course is free of charge, but participants must pay for their own travel expenses including accommodation and meals at the field station. A Maximum refund of €400 will be made available to successful applicants. The support will be given on submission of proof of expenditure by each individual.
Online application form is available to access at
(You will need to register/login to complete the application process)
Application must be received by September 15th at 18:00 hrs (UTC)
Successful applicants will be notified by September 16.
Diversity will be considered as part of the application evaluation.
Women and people from less equipped countries are encouraged to apply!
At the end of the workshop a certificate of completion will be delivered to all the participants. This document will include information about the workshop’s topics and the number of hours dedicated.
Course responsible: Andrea Caburlotto – firstname.lastname@example.org