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  • Nanometrics sponsoring SEG workshop
    We are pleased to be sponsoring the Society for Exploration Geophysicists's upcoming workshop on microseismic technology and hydraulic fracture mechanisms. The workshop will be held from June 19 to 21 in Spring, TX, and chaired by industry leaders Julie Shemeta (MEG Geo Inc.) and Stephen Wilson (Seismogenic). For more information, visit the SEG website. 
  • New VP, Seismology joins the Nanometrics team
    Nanometrics is pleased to announce that Danny Crossman has recently joined us as VP, Seismology, where he will lead the seismology sales and operations teams and provide strategic leadership and direction as the company enters its fourth decade. Originally from Wales, Danny served for more than 10 years in the British army as an explosives technical officer. Following this, Danny spent over 25...
  • Nanometrics researcher published in BSSA
    We are happy to share that research done by one of our staff seismologists, Emrah Yenier, PhD, is now available as part of the Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America's online pre-issue. "A Local Magnitude Relation for Earthquakes in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin," will appear in the June issue. 
  • A full slate at SSA 2017
    The Seismological Society of America is expecting record-setting attendance at their annual meeting this year. More than 700 scientists and engineers from academia and industry are expected in Denver, CO from April 18 to 20. From our booth, to oral presentations and posters, Nanometrics has a full slate of opportunities to share our latest research and products. Tuesday, April 18th A LOCAL...
  • Nanometrics actively contributing to data format discussions
    The Data Format working group of the International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks (FDSN) is holding a workshop, focused on the evolution of miniSEED, on March 22 and 23 in Utrecht, Netherlands. Nanometrics will be represented by David Easton, Senior Manager, Software Development, who has been an active member of the working group for the last year. Nanometrics prefers contributing to...