Altair to Exhibit at SEG Denver 2014

For over 80 years, the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) has been a non-profit organization with the mission of expanding the world’s knowledge of geophysics by inspiring and engaging professionals in the field through networking and seminars. The annual SEG International Exposition gathers over 350 leading companies, government agencies, research and education institutions, and practitioners of civil engineering to focus on the oil and gas industry. The week-long meeting features impressive exhibitions profiling the latest technology and services.

Altair will be exhibiting at this year’s show, the SEG International Exposition and 84th Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado from October 26th to October 30th. In addition, Altair will be presenting at the HPC Theater Booth #1582 throughout the conference. Here is the schedule of topics:

  • Monday, 10/27 at 10:00AM: Leveraging HPC for Deep-Sea Component Engineering
  • Monday, 10/27 at 3:00PM: Simplifying the Management of HPC Application environments
  • Tuesday, 10/28 at 9:30AM: A Recipe for Getting Started with HPC Clusters
  • Wednesday, 10/29 at 10:30AM: Speed Up Reservoir Processing with End-to-End Workload Management

Click here for more detailed presentation abstracts.

Register today, and be sure to visit Altair in booth # 1684 to see product demonstrations of PBS Works™, a sneak peek at upcoming features in PBS Professional® 13.0, and enter to win a new set of headphones from Bose. We look forward to seeing you there!


Rick Watkins
Rick Watkins

About Rick Watkins

Rick Watkins is the Altair Business Development Manager for the energy industry. He received his Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering from MIT, and Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering from University of Texas at Austin. His professional interests include Enterprise Solutions with data analytics, numerical optimization and high-performance computing. He has spent the last 8 years working with customers to implement innovative design processes and leverage high-performance computing in their engineering environments. He lives in Houston, Texas with his wife, two kids and two dogs.