Feb. 19, 2014


Description

Founded over 30 years ago, Tessella supplies data analytics, mathematical modeling and specialist engineering software services into the global Oil & Gas industry. Over this same period, Tessella has also delivered high technology services into other industries, such as space, defense, nuclear energy, transport, “big science” research, and life sciences. At first sight, these sectors appear to have little in common with each other. Our experience is, however, quite different. Despite the world being ever more connected data-wise, it remains relatively poor at sharing knowledge on how to solve complex problems. But look hard enough and you can find, after applying a few twists, that you can link unsolved problems in one domain to solved problems in another. Sometimes the key to finding a solution is knowing that such a solution exist in another domain and having the ability to make the translation between domains. Tessella’s multi-industry experience means we are ideally placed to make innovative technology transfer a reality. In this talk, we will present some powerful stories of how techniques and experience from one sector have crossed industry boundaries. With the relentless appetite for data-driven analytics, the potential to exploit this is greater than ever. However, examples of making analytics really deliver are in short supply, so actual experience from any sector becomes all the more valuable. The ability to harness proven solutions, in a form that matches your specific needs, is an essential part of a mature approach to data analytics, in any sector.


Featured Speakers

Speaker Gerges Gad
Mr. Gad is a senior enterprise architect with broad experience including Oil & Gas and Laboratory Studies. In the area of big data and analytics, Gerges is an expert at aggregating, analyzing and creating insightful displays for decision-making. Mr. Gad has developed and taught technical courses at several universities.  His ...

Mr. Gad is a senior enterprise architect with broad experience including Oil & Gas and Laboratory Studies. In the area of big data and analytics, Gerges is an expert at aggregating, analyzing and creating insightful displays for decision-making. Mr. Gad has developed and taught technical courses at several universities.  His research in Artificial Intelligence has helped bridge technological gaps in the domain of Clinical Laboratory Medicine. 

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Organizer

Rick Morneau

Email: RickMorneau@outlook.com


Telephone: 281-315-9395


NOTE: Online registration will end Noon on the Friday prior to the event.  And, walk-in registrations may be limited due to seating availability.  Sorry but our last 3 events have exceeded capacity.


Date and Time

Wed, Feb. 19, 2014

11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) America/Chicago

Event has ended

If you do not have a full-time job in the oil and gas industry, are a full-time student or Member in Transition (MiT) member, and you do not see a discounted registration fee for students/MiT regarding this event, please contact the GCS manager at spe-gcs@spe.org.


Location

Norris Conference Center – Westchase

9990 Richmond Ave., South Bldg., Ste. 102
Houston, Texas 77042



Group(s): Digital Energy