31st Annual CREWES Sponsors Meeting

We look forward to seeing everyone at this year's meeting in 25 days.

This year the CREWES Sponsors' Meeting will be held on December 9-11 2019. Be sure to sign up (crewes@crewes.org) for our Short Course "Ideas, Algorithms and Applications of Machine Learning in Geophysics", being delivered free for all sponsors on December 8 2019!

Registration is now open for the 31st Annual CREWES Meeting! Please click HERE to register.

All Material Presented at the Sponsors Meeting Will be Available to Members of Sponsoring Companies.


We are looking for sponsors for:

•Monday December 9th → ICEBREAKER
•Tuesday December 10th → BANQUET

SHORT COURSE: "Ideas, Algorithms, and Applications of Machine Learning in Geophysics"

This year on the Sunday before the Sponsor's Meeting, CREWES researchers will lead a 1-day short course designed to introduce you to and/or refine your skills with current Machine Learning methods as applied to geophysics problems. This is a refinement of the course given in December 2018; it has evolved significantly this year, and contains much that is new, so even if you were there last year we still highly recommend it! The course is a hands-on, practical experience, in which you will create and run simple but powerful examples of a range of machine learning methods.


The general program for the Sponsors Meeting is as follows (Please note that this is subject to change/refinements as we approach the meeting):

December 8 AM - PM CREWES Short Course
December 9 7:30 PM Reception and Registration (sponsorship opportunities available)
December 10 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Technical session
December 11 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Technical session
(start times are still tentative, may change by 1/2 hour each way)

The technical program is now available, please see link below. Please note that this program may undergo some slight revisions between now and the Sponsor's Meeting.

The meeting will once again be held at the Banff Park Lodge, approximately 130 kilometres west of of Calgary Calgary in Banff National Park.(click here for driving directions). The Saturday courses will be held on the main campus of the University of Calgary.

Further information will be included at this site as it becomes available