Speaker(s): Nicolas Clausolles

Date: Thursday 17th of October 2019

Location: room G201, ENSG, Nancy


Seismic imaging of salt environments is prone to large uncertainties due to the peculiar salt physical properties. A lot of studies have been focusing on the development of automatic interpretation methods during the last decades. These methods aim at determining the best possible predicate for the salt boundary, but do not allow for the characterizaion of the uncertainties underlying the generation of seismic images.
During my three years of PhD, I have been working on the development of a method for stochastically generating different structural interpretations of salt bodies from a given seismic image. During this seminary, I will present the method I have developed and early results on its application to the characterization and the sampling of the uncertainties underlying seismic images.