Rock physics, geopressure, geomechanics training | The Americas | Ikon Science

Training - US, Canada and South America Region

Houston Training Center
We run our training courses at our training facility in our Houston office - 12140 Wickchester Lane, Suite 400, Houston, Texas 77079. The center opens at 8:00am with courses running from 8:30am to 5pm. All training materials, breakfast, lunch and refreshments will be provided. 

Breakfast is served from 8:00am

Lunch is 12-1pm.

Calgary Training

Our Calgary courses are held at the TELUS Convention Centre - 120 9th Avenue SE, Calgary, AB, Canada, T2G 0P3 - click to view map. Course times are 8:00am-4:30pm.  All training materials, breakfast, lunch and refreshments will be provided.

South America Training
The location and venues of these course vary, please check specific course entry or contact us for more information.
Course times are 9am-5pm.   All training materials, breakfast, and refreshments will be provided, but please note, lunch is not included.  The lunch break is 12:30-1:30pm.

Special requirements and H&S
For H&S reasons at all locations you will be required to sign in at reception upon arrival/departure. Please advise us if you require wheelchair access, or if you have any dietary requirements.

Upcoming Courses

Oct
24

RokDoc Seismic Data Conditioning & AVO Inversion - 3 Day Course

Event Locations
Houston
Cost per place: $2,900.00 Excl. TAX

Attendees learn to operate the software by applying it to practical examples; this is supplemented by presentations of the underlying principles and by discussion of the results obtained, with emphasis on QC methods.

Nov
7

RokDoc 1D2D - 3 Day Course

Event Locations
Houston
Cost per place: $2,900.00 Excl. TAX

Intended for new and intermediate users who require an introduction to RokDoc and the rock physics theories behind the software. Delegates are guided through a typical RokDoc workflow, comprising data loading and QC, predicting missing data with calibrated rock physics models, blocky modelling, log-based rock physics analysis and 2D forward modelling.