It was by chance that I came accross Tjalf Sparnaay’s paintings. Before watching this documentary, I knew literally nothing about the artist. I was soon drawn to the unique style o
Very insightful tutorial on reverse time migration (RTM) by Etienne Robein. RTM is one of the most sophisticated migration techniq
I very much like the rhythm in this movie. With too much tension in some scenes, this movie will get your heart beating faster. In some
This is by far one of the best war movies I’ve seen. My all time favorite war movie is Saving Private Ryan. The two share a lot of real
Curvelets have emerged as an important tool in signal analysis. Like other transforms, the curvet transform represents signal in a different domain which eases analysis. In partic
I had a good time attending this year’s SEG convention.
SEG stands for Society of Exploration Geophysicists and is the largest community of geophysicists worldwide. Industries and
When you try to solve an optimization or inverse problem, you most likely need to deal with the concept of adjoint operator. Beyond the mathematical definition, I lacked an intuit
This book, written by Daniel Goleman, follows a series of books by the same author I read during the last couple of years.
The main idea in this book is that attention, being a me
In this post I reflect on an article I enjoyed reading lately, written by Alan Turing in 1950. I learned that this is one of his most important works, as it sets the foundations of
This essay by Isaac Asimov is an insightful reflection on the power of involuntary thinking. For tasks requiring the intellect, we’re drawn to believe that the more conscious thoug