Society of Exploration Geophysicists and SmartBrief Launch Daily Publication on Innovations and Developments in Applied Geophysics

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Society of Exploration Geophysicists and SmartBrief announce the launch of a daily e-newsletter dedicated to providing the international community of geophysicists and SEG members with timely news and developments in applied geophysics.

SEG SmartBrief curates news of emerging geophysical technologies and innovations, the day’s industry news as well as research and projects under development at leading academic institutions.

“The world of applied geophysics has long looked to SEG as a facilitator of technological innovation through its meetings, publications, and professional-development programs,” said Ted Bakamjian, SEG associate executive director, knowledge management. “By delivering news of how the science and technology play out in the world, SEG SmartBrief adds context and relevancy.”

“SEG is the international leader in applied geophysics,” said Rick Stamberger, CEO of SmartBrief. “While they produce a number of important publications and journals, we’re privileged to partner with them on a valuable daily resource that captures the profession’s most important international news and emerging trends.”

About SmartBrief
Serving nearly 6 million senior executives, thought leaders and industry professionals, SmartBrief is the leading digital media publisher of targeted business news and information by industry. By combining technology and editorial expertise, SmartBrief filters thousands of sources daily to deliver the most relevant industry news in partnership with leading trade associations, professional societies, nonprofits and corporate entities.

About the Society of Exploration Geophysicists
Founded in 1930, SEG provides information, tools, and resources vital to advancing the science of applied geophysics, fostering common scientific interests, supporting humanitarian efforts, and accelerating geophysical innovation. Inspiring the geophysicists of today and tomorrow, SEG has a longstanding tradition of excellence in education, professional development, new business generation, and engagement that cultivates a unique community platform encouraging collaboration and thought leadership for the advancement of geophysics around the world. Headquartered in Tulsa, OK, and with regional offices in Dubai, UAE and Beijing, China, SEG is a global society dedicated to enhancing the present and future of applied geophysics.

To learn more or sign up for SEG SmartBrief, visit www.smartbrief.com/seg.

 

CONTACT:

Carly Chomer, SmartBrief, 202-407-7864

cchomer@smartbrief.com

 

Ted Bakamjian, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 918-497-5506
tbakamjian@seg.org