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Job: Wavelet transforms expert needed at Exxon, Houston
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 1996 2:26 pm    
Subject: Job: Wavelet transforms expert needed at Exxon, Houston
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#15 Job: Wavelet transforms expert needed at Exxon, Houston

Exxon Production Research Company has an opening for an expert in
wavelet transforms to perform geophysical research.

Exxon's research laboratory in Houston, Texas seeks to fill a position
in seismic exploration research, specifically in imaging seismic
data using wavelet transforms. This research assists Exxon's
worldwide efforts in exploring for hydrocarbons and in delineating
their extent when discovered.

Exxon's geophysical research is aimed at improving data quality, so
that subsurface structures can be imaged with greater confidence
and delineated with higher resolution. Much of the research is
performed by teams of researchers who bring a variety of skills to
solving these complex problems.

Requirements for the wavelet position include a Ph.D. thesis in the
general area of wavelet transforms, an interest in developing new
computational methods, significant experience in developing or
analyzing computer algorithms, a strong mathematical background, an
interest in physics, and an interest in applying theoretical knowledge
to practical problems.

Exxon Production Research Company offers competitive salaries and
benefits. Interested candidates with the above qualifications are
invited to send a resume to Tom A. Dickens at one of the addresses
given below.

Mail: Exxon Production Research Company
P.O. Box 2189
Houston, TX 77252-2189


Exxon Production Research Company is an equal opportunity employer.
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