Machine learning approaches to geophysical interpretation have recently shown success in automating the identification of structures in seismic data, which in turn can help reduce the time required for the interpretation life-cycle.
I have started to contribute to Landmark’s research team in areas of image segmentation, feature extraction, pattern recognition in salt body detection, fault plane prediction, and multi-facies classification. My experience also includes seismic processing, seismic modeling, inversion, and migration. I have been granted multiple U.S. patents and have several U.S. pending patents. During my research in academia and industry, I have published over 30 peer-reviewed technical papers and gave presentations at different geophysical conferences. Please check out other pages for more detailed projects, publications, and patents.
Below are my recent research and related papers. Some papers are still In Press and will be published soon:
AI ML Webinar: Optimize Seismic Interpretation with AI & Cloud Technologies, Phill Norlund and Fan Jiang, Halliburton Landmark
Assisted fault identification and surface extraction by machine learning, a case study from Oman, Jiang et al., 2021, [PDF]
Assisted Fault Interpretation by Multi-scale Dilated Convolutional Neural Network, Jiang and Norlund, 2021, [PDF]
The Evolution of Assisted Fault Interpretation — Part 2 [PDF]
Analysis of Seismic Attributes to Assist in the Classification of Salt by Multi-channel Convolutional Neural Networks, Jiang et al., 2020, [PDF]
Super Resolution of Fault Plane Prediction by a Generative Adversarial Network, Jiang and Norlund, 2020, [PDF]
Seismic Attribute-Guided Automatic Fault Prediction by Deep Learning, Jiang and Norlund, 2020, [PDF].
Seismic Elastic Wave Modeling with an Adaptive Staggered Grid in Tilted Transversely Isotropic Media, Fan Jiang, 2020, [PDF]
Seismic Feature Extraction by Attribute-assisted Convolutional Neural Networks, Jiang et al., 2020, In press
Improve the Resolution of Fault Probability Map by Deep Learning Generative Adversarial Network, Jiang and Norlund, 2020, In press.
Under “Projects” page, you will find several projects I have lead and completed in recent years:
- Geophysical machine learning projects (will update later)
- multi-label salt body recognition and classification
- Automatic fault interpretation
- Super-resolution of the classified fault probability map
- Seismic data processing & imaging
- Adaptive grid for anisotropic wave modeling and inversion
- Hybrid implementation of wave-equation-migration and reverse time migration in anisotropic structure
- Microseismic modeling with moment tensor sources/simultaneous sources