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2017
Mengmeng Yang and Felix J. Herrmann, “Time domain sparsity promoting LSRTM with surface-related multiples in shallow-water case”, in SEG Workshop on Multiples: Status, Progress, Challenges and Open issues; Houston, 2017. Abstract
2016
Felix J. Herrmann, Rajiv Kumar, Felix Oghenekohwo, Shashin Sharan, and Haneet Wason, “Compressive time-lapse marine acquisition”, in SEG Workshop on Low cost geophysics: How to be creative in a cost-challenged environment; Dallas, 2016.
Felix J. Herrmann and Bas Peters, “Constraints versus penalties for edge-preserving full-waveform inversion”, in SEG Workshop on Where are we heading with FWI; Dallas, 2016. Abstract
2015
Ernie Esser, Lluís Guasch, and Felix J. Herrmann, “Automatic salt flooding with hinged FWI”, in SEG Workshop on Subsalt model buiding long to short wavelengths; New Orleans, 2015.
Bas Peters and Felix J. Herrmann, “Simultaneous estimation of wavefields and medium parameters - reduced-space versus full-space waveform inversion”, in SEG Workshop on The Limit of FWI in Subsurface Parameter Recovery; New Orleans, 2015.
Oscar Lopez, Haneet Wason, Curt Da Silva, Rajiv Kumar, and Felix J. Herrmann, “SVD-free matrix completion in randomized marine acquisition”, in SEG Workshop on Rank-Reduction and Other Sparse Transform Methods with Application to Data Reconstruction, De-Noising, De-Blending and Imaging; New Orleans, 2015. Abstract
Felix J. Herrmann, “Automatic salt flooding with constrained wavefield reconstruction inversion”, in SEG Summer Research Workshop on FWI Applications from Imaging to Reservoir Characterization; Houston, 2015.
Felix Oghenekohwo and Felix J. Herrmann, “A new take on compressive time-lapse seismic acquisition, imaging and inversion”, in PIMS Workshop on Advances in Seismic Imaging and Inversion, 2015. Abstract
Ning Tu and Felix J. Herrmann, “Sparse least-squares seismic imaging with source estimation utilizing multiples”, in PIMS Workshop on Advances in Seismic Imaging and Inversion, 2015. Abstract
2014
Ning Tu and Felix J. Herrmann, “Fast linearized inversion with surface-related multiples with source estimation”, in SEG Workshop on Using Multiples as Signal for Imaging; Denver, 2014. Abstract
Felix J. Herrmann, “Low-rank based matrix/tensor completions for the "real" (seismic) world”, in Workshop on Sparse Representations, Numerical Linear Algebra, and Optimization; Banff, 2014.
Felix J. Herrmann, Ernie Esser, Tristan van Leeuwen, and Bas Peters, “Wavefield Reconstruction Inversion (WRI) – a new take on wave-equation based inversion”, in SEG Workshop on Full Waveform Inversion - Elastic Approaches and Issues with Anisotropy, Nonshallow Inversion, Poor Starting Model; Denver, 2014.
Felix J. Herrmann, “Imaging/Inversion with irregular/random sampled spatial arrays”, in SEG-AGU Workshop on Advances in Active + Passive "Full Wavefield" Seismic Imaging: From Reservoirs to Plate Tectonics, 2014.
Haneet Wason, Felix Oghenekohwo, and Felix J. Herrmann, “Randomization and repeatability in time-lapse marine acquisition”, in EAGE Workshop on Land and Ocean Bottom; Broadband Full Azimuth Seismic Surveys; Spain, 2014.
2013
Rajiv Kumar, Tristan van Leeuwen, and Felix J. Herrmann, “Efficient WEMVA using extended images”, in SEG Workshop on Advances in Model Building, Imaging, and FWI; Houston, 2013. Abstract
Tim T.Y. Lin, Haneet Wason, and Felix J. Herrmann, “Dense shot-sampling via time-jittered marine sources”, in SEG Workshop on Simultaneous Sources; Houston, 2013.
2012
2007
Gilles Hennenfent and Felix J. Herrmann, “Curvelet reconstruction with sparsity-promoting inversion: successes and challenges”, in EAGE Workshop on Curvelets, contourlets, seislets, … in seismic data processing - where are we and where are we going?, 2007. Abstract