International Recognition

The work of Delphi scientists has obtained international recognition.

Through the years the scientific contributions of the Delphi team members were recognized by honours and awards.

1981 - Schlumberger Award EAGE (Dr. A.J. Berkhout)
The Schlumberger Award is presented to a member of the EAGE who has made an outstanding contribution over a period of time to the scientific and technical advancement of the geosciences, particularly geophysics.

1993 - Honorary Membership SEG (Dr. A.J. Berkhout)
Honorary Membership is conferred toa person w ho made distinguished contributions, which warrants
exceptional recognition to exploration geophysics or a related field or to the advancement of the
profession of exploration geophysics through service to the Society.

1997 - J. Clarence Karcher Award (Dr. D.J. Verschuur)
The J. Clarence Karcher Award is given by the SEG in recognition of significant contributions to the science and technology of exploration geophysics by a young geophysicist of outstanding abilities.

2001 - Distinguished Achievement Award (Delphi team)
This SEG award is given for continuous outstanding achievements in Geophysics by an organisation.

2003 - Maurice Ewing Medal (Dr. A.J. Berkhout) The Maurice Ewing Medal is the highest award of the Society of the Exploration Geophysicists presented to a person who has made major contributions to the advancement of the science and profession of exploration geophysics.

2006 - EAGE Honorary Membership (Dr. A.J. Berkhout)
Honorary Membership is conferred upon a person who has made a highly significant and distinguished technical and/or non-technical contribution to the geoscience community at large or to the EAGE in particular.

2006 - Erasmus Award (Dr. A.J. Berkhout) The Desiderius Erasmus Award is the highest award of the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers and is presented in recognition of his outstanding and lasting achievements in the field of resource exploration and development.

2006 - Virgil Kauffman Gold Medal (Dr. D.J. Verschuur) The Kauffman Gold Medal is awarded by the Society of the Exploration Geophysicists to a person who has made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of the science of geophysical exploration as manifested during the previous five years.

2011 - Honorable Mention for best paper award: “A perspective on 3D surface-related multiple elimination”Geophysics, Vol. 75, No. 5, Bill Dragoset, Eric Verschuur, Ian Moore and Richard Bisley


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