Seismic Interpretation Laboratory

Lab Leader: Dr. Uri Schattner


The Seismic Interpretation Laboratory (SeisLab) was officially established in 2012. The lab has a suite of 12 high-specification double-screen workstations configured for 2D and 3D seismic interpretation. Our vast seismic and well database serves projects dealing with seafloor stability, multi-scale gas and fluid-related structures, seismic stratigraphy, gravity, magnetics, and neo-tectonics. SeisLab is supported by industrial sponsors and collaborates with a wide scope of academic institutes worldwide.    

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SeisLab vision is to:

  • Provide research students with the necessary skills to succeed in both the academic and private sectors.
  • Develop novel techniques for understanding geological basins using 2D and 3D subsurface reflection datasets.
  • Present novel insights into deformational and depositional processes occurring in sedimentary basins.
  • Expand knowledge of the potential of seismic interpretation and visualization for both research and education.
  • Lead regional and global academic research in seismic interpretation, visualization and modeling.

Lab Leader: Dr. Uri Schattner

Now recruiting MSc Students

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