ERL Welcomes Industry Friends to MIT Campus for Annual Meeting
MIT Earth Resources Laboratory
Thursday, June 14, 2018
Each spring the Earth Resources Laboratory (ERL) invites representatives of its Founding Member companies to the MIT campus for two days of talks by its students and postdocs about their latest research, as well as providing some fun networking opportunities including a cruise down the Charles River to the Boston Harbor.
This year's theme was "Simulation, Inference, and Machine Learning for Applied Geophysics" and it was the first Annual Meeting led by Prof. Laurent Demanet, the new Director of ERL. If you work for one of ERL's Founding Member companies, access to all the slides and videos of the presentations at the meeting can be found in the "For Founding Members" section of the ERL website.
ERL Headquarters is based in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) within the School of Science at MIT with its members working closely with the MIT Energy Initiative, the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and the Department of Mathematics.
The Earth Resources Laboratory (ERL) is MIT’s home for research and education focused on sub-surface energy resources and environmental issues. Through integration across traditional academic disciplines and across departmental and school boundaries, ERL addresses complex questions involving production and injection of fluids into the subsurface and produces tomorrow’s industry and academic leaders.