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  • Eric Pirard
    Dear colleagues, GEOVISION 99 International Symposium on Imaging Applications in Geology Liege (BELGIUM), 6-7 may 1999 The second circular for GEOVISION 99 is
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 12, 1998
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      Dear colleagues,

      GEOVISION 99
      International Symposium on Imaging Applications in Geology
      Liege (BELGIUM), 6-7 may 1999

      The second circular for GEOVISION 99 is now available from :

      http://www.lgih.ulg.ac.be/geovision/circular2/circular2.htm


      INTRODUCTION
      Geovision is the very first congress of its kind. The idea of organising
      this meeting came from the striking evidence that more and more imaging
      techniques are developed or used in the earth sciences. Video microscopy,
      electrical tomography or airborne and space infrared imaging are only but a
      few of these emerging techniques requiring a thorough understanding of
      imaging principles and a good mastership of the processing algorithms.

      We strongly believe that bringing together earth scientists involved in
      digital imaging, whatever their field of applications, is the best way to
      help people tighten new relationships and discover new potentials for
      geo-imaging. The leading researchers and major scientific societies
      supporting Geovision '99 give us the feeling that this will be a great
      event.

      Looking forward to welcoming you in Liège,

      The Organizers

      KEYNOTE LECTURES

      Richard Bedell, Homestake Mining Company, NEVADA, UNITED STATES:
      "Geological Imaging: Principles and applications "

      Serge Beucher, Ecole des Mines de Paris, FRANCE:
      " Mathematical Morphology and Geology: when image analysis uses the
      vocabulary of earth science. A review of some applications "

      Torleif Dahlin, Lund University, SWEDEN:
      " Development of resistivity imaging techniques "

      Wim Spakman, University of Utrecht, NETHERLANDS:
      " Tomography of the Earth's interior with seismic travel times "


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      GEOVISION 99
      Website : http://www.lgih.ulg.ac.be/geovision
      Address :

      Université de Liège-Sart Tilman
      Géologie de l’Ingénieur - Bât. B19
      4000 LIEGE - BELGIUM
      tel. : +32-4-3662216
      fax : +32-4-3662817
      email: fcheslet@...

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