OpendTect Training in Enschede

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OpendTect training in Enschede

Course Content

This 5-day seismic interpretation training course starts with a 3-day OpendTect introductory training followed by two days work on our new plugin e.g. HorizonCube. In the introductory course participants are trained in all aspects of OpendTect. A range of cutting edge techniques is explored: seismic attribute analysis, seismic object detection (fault detection, fluid migration / chimney detection), neural network clustering, seismic filtering and data enhancement, seismic inversion and sequence stratigraphic interpretation. Participants will learn background theories and see examples from all over the world. However, the emphasis is on hands-on training. Participants will perform exercises on a 3D seismic data set from the Dutch North Sea.
During the last two days of the course you can generate a HorizonCube on your own data or on a dataset provided by us.
Course content [pdf]

Sequence Stratigraphy


Farrukh Qayyum and Hardeep Jaglan.

Who should attend

The course is designed for seismic interpreters who want to get more out of their data than what is done conventionally.


We suggest that you bring your own laptop. If you are planning to bring it for the training, it should have the following minimum specifications. Please let us know if you intend to do this.

  • Windows (7, 8, 10)
  • Linux (32, 64)
  • Mac-OSX [1].

Minimum requirements

  • 4GB RAM
  • 15GB free disk space
  • A decent Graphics card.


dGB Earth Sciences,
Nijverheidstraat 11-2,
7511 JM Enschede, The Netherlands
Tel: +31 53 4315155


  • € 2000,- per participant
  • 50% discount for universities.

Travel & Accommodation

Travel and accommodation expenses are NOT included in the course price. Participants are requested to make their own travel and lodging arrangements.

Not all OpendTect plugins are supported on Mac-OSX, see overview.