Upcoming Public Training Courses - Houston, Toshima and Glasgow
Following the popularity of our recent Public Training course ‘Structural Modelling and Analysis using Move’ in Houston, on 30th April - 2nd May 2012 we are running the course again on 11th – 13th June 2012.
The training will provide industry geoscientists and academic geologists with the perfect opportunity to:
- Become familiar with features and functionality within Move and their applications to different tectonic settings,
- Learn how structural models evolve through time,
- Learn how results can be used to refine structural interpretations,
- Use the software to increase predictive accuracy and reduce risk.
The three-day course will cover:
- Move and our structural modelling approach (scenario analysis),
- Theory of restoration and validation,
- Digital field mapping,
- Data import and integration,
- Setting up your project,
- Working simultaneously in map, section and 3D,
- Analysing data: histograms, cross plots, stereo plots, SCAT,
- Cross section construction,
- 3D model building and conditioning,
- Validating and balancing - restoration strategies: unfolding/block/move-on-fault restorations, back stripping and forward modelling,
- Real-time model update,
- Hydrocarbon systems modelling,
- Geomechanical modelling,
- Fracture modelling,
- Sediment modelling,
- Sharing your results using MoveViewer.
Our agent in Japan, Geosys, will also be hosting the course on our behalf with Midland Valley Structural Geologist Gareth Johnson leading the training. The course takes place in Ikeburo district on 2nd - 4th July 2012 and will follow the same course outline as above.
The course will also be run in our Glasgow office in September (25th - 28th) with a 4th day added for Digital Mapping using FieldMove.
Pricing and registration can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted: 21 May 2012
Categories: Midland Valley event