Nanometrics instrumentation contributed directly to Nobel prize winning physics!
The 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to three US scientists for their roles in detecting gravity waves, which was achieved for the first time in September 2015. Nanometrics' Trillium 240 seismometers played a part in this important experiment, measuring ground motion in the massive LIGO detectors and feeding that back to actively cancel out vibrations in the detecting mirrors and...
We'll see you in Houston for SEG 2017
We are pleased to be both exhibiting and presenting at next week’s SEG Annual Meeting in Houston, Texas. As presenters: Our own Director of Technical Operations, Dario Baturan, will be presenting: “Induced seismicity risk mitigation strategies: Montney case study” Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 11:00 AM in 370C As exhibitors: You’ll find us at booth #1909, where we’d be happy to meet with...
Kit Chambers presenting at URTeC 2017
Nanometrics is presenting at URTeC 2017 in Austin, TX. Between July 24 - 27 stop by booth #905 to say "hello"! Don't miss our presentation: "Monitoring in a Western Canadian Shale Play With a Sparse Surface Network: Moment Tensor Analysis Implications," Kit Chambers, Senior Geophysicist Tuesday, July 25 at 11:40 am Ballroom E during the Induced Seismicity Special Session Abstract is as...
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.
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.