Speaker: Koya Suto, Honorary lecturer of SEG
Date: July 28, 2019
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Location: meeting room, second floor of Geotechnical Center Building, Qianfoshan Campus
Sponsor: the School of Civil Engineering
Koya Suto, Honorary lecturer of SEG. Koya received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in exploration geophysics form Ming College, Akita University, and studied further at the University of Adelaide. Born in Japan, Suto first studied gravity, airborne magnetics, and radioatrics for geologic mapping and mineral exploration. He worked for the petroleum industry as a seismic geophysicist for 25 years.
Koya started Terra Australis Geophysics in 2003 to service the civil engineering and environmental industries with near-surface geophysical surveys using the surface wave seismic(MASW) method. Through his involvement in ASEG and its international associates, he was awarded a Service Certificate from ASEG and Recognition of Merit from the Society of Exploration Geophysics of Japan. Koya also was awarded an Honorary Membership of ASEG in 2010 and the Harold Mooney Award from the SEG Near Surface Technical Section in 2015.
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Edited by Wei Zhen