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We are notable name in the firm, provides geophysical consulting services to a wide variety of clients from a broad range of disciplines. We provide quality control, compilation and processing, modelling and interpretation of geophysical data.
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Geophysics Lab led by Ts. Dr. Mohd Nur Asmawisham bin Alel. Senior lecturer at UTM and has more than 15 years of industrial, teaching, research and consultancy experience.
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We offer an extensive range of accredited undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Explore our programmes, and we will assist in narrowing down your options.
Research @ Geophysics Lab
We are seeking highly motivated and innovative graduate students and post-docs. Individuals with engineering, computational, or geophysical experience are welcome.
Consultancy @ Geophysics Lab
With over two decades experience in Earth science consultancy, our clients are guaranteed the best possible service on every project and generate repeat business from satisfied clients.
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We can help you confidently understand the subsurface with the data and technology in keeping the construction activities safe, productive and efficient.
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By L. Ding, R. Zhou, T. Yu, H. Gao, H. Yang, J. Li, Y. Yuan, C. Liu, J. Wang China’s Mars rover, Zhurong, touched down on Utopia Planitia in the northern lowlands of Mars (109.925° E, 25.066° N) in May 2021, and has been conducting in situ investigations of the...
Machine learning and earthquake forecasting—next steps
By Gregory C. Beroza, Margarita Segou & S. Mostafa Mousavi A new generation of earthquake catalogs developed through supervised machine-learning illuminates earthquake activity with unprecedented detail. Application of unsupervised machine learning to analyze the...
The influence of grain shape and size on the relationship between porosity
By Ryan L. Payton, Domenico Chiarella & Andrew Kingdon An accurate and reliable description of the porosity–permeability relationship in geological materials is valuable in understanding subsurface fluid movement. This is important for reservoir characterisation,...
Instantaneous tracking of earthquake growth with elastogravity signals
By Andrea Licciardi, Quentin Bletery, Bertrand Rouet-Leduc, Jean-Paul Ampuero & Kévin Juhel Rapid and reliable estimation of large earthquake magnitude (above 8) is key to mitigating the risks associated with strong shaking and tsunamis1. Standard early warning...