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Intel ISEF 2013 Special Awards Organization Profile

 

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Society of Exploration Geophysicists

Website:
http://www.seg.org

 

The Society of Exploration Geophysicists is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the science of applied geophysics and the education of geophysicists. SEG, founded in 1930, fosters the expert and ethical practice of geophysics in the exploration and development of natural resources, in characterizing the near surface, and in mitigating earth hazards. The Society, which has more than 33,000 members in 138 countries, fulfills its mission through its publications, conferences, forums, Web sites, and educational opportunities.

 

Why We Participate

SEG has been a strong supporter of the Intel ISEF since 1965. Intel ISEF encourages young people to develop a deeper interest in all facets of science and engineering. SEG supports this endeavor and particularly supports young people developing an interest in scientific subjects related directly or indirectly to the earth sciences.

 

 

2013 Awards Offered

Distinguished Achievement Award OF $2,000 and a trip to the SEG International Exposition and Annual Meeting.

Award of Merit of $1,000

Award of Merit of $500

Team Award of $1,000

Team award of $1500 to be divided equally among team members.

 

Picture of 2013 Award Winners

 

 

Intel ISEF 2013 Awards

Distinguished Achievement Award OF $2,000 and a trip to the SEG International Exposition and Annual Meeting.

Harrison Pershing

Geometric Bore Variations and Their Harmonic Nuances in Musical Instruments

 

Award of Merit of $1,000

Myles Mitchell

Misbehaving Waves: The SurReal Thing

 

Award of Merit of $500

Harshit Singh

Electromagnetic Induction Sensor

 

Team Award of $1,000

Tomohiko Sato

Takahiro Yomono

"V-shaped Wave" Generated by a Moving Object: Analyses and Experiments on Capillary Gravity Waves

 

Team award of $1500 to be divided equally among team members.

Sergey Dukanov

Arkadiy Prigojin

Modeling of Acoustic Waves with Lattice Boltzmann Method

 
 
   
 

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