ISTI is pleased to share the “Radioxenon net count calculations revisited” article from the Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, featuring Matthias Auer of ISTI as second author.
Since 1998, there have been improvements in the capability to detect atmospheric radioxenon in the International Monitoring System operated by the Preparatory Commission of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization. The upgrades have resulted in next-generation versions of the radioxenon systems. This paper explores radioxenon data analysis
improvements beyond the original radioxenon beta–gamma analysis equations that were formulated in 2000 . . . read more here.
ISTI presents, participates and sponsors the 2019 Science And Technology Conference in Vienna Austria this week, June 24 to 28, 2019. ISTI’s Sid Hellman, Matthias Auer, and Josh Stachnik are all at the meeting and looking forward to discussing our work with you. Visit ISTI at Booth #3 in the exhibit space and please come and see our poster on Wednesday T3.5 poster 67 on our Radionuclide work:
STACK DATA PROCESSING PIPELINE, M. Auer, S. Hellman, J. Friese, B. Schrom, T. Bowyer, L. Metz, C. Doll
ISTI’s Paul Friberg will be presenting his and his colleagues research on “Hydraulic Fracture Induced earthquakes in Ohio” at the ARMA sponsored workshop on Induced Seismicity on Sunday June 23, 2019.
ISTI’s Sid Hellman is attending the annual EarthCube meeting this week in Denver, Colorado. Please stop by and say hi to Sid and ask about the web development work we did for this cool NSF funded project. You can see more about the program at this link for the schedule.
Sid Hellman of ISTI welcomes attendees to visit him at the 6th ACM-W New York Celebration of Women in Computing, April 12-13, 2019, at the Fort William Henry Hotel and Conference Center in Lake George, NY.
With over 20 years’ experience in scientific software, Sid will be available to share his expertise.
The event program may be found here: http://nycwic.hosting.acm.org/nycwic-2019/program-2019/
2019 Earthworm Course in New Paltz, NY, June 3 – 7
This 3 – 7 June, ISTI will host another of our popular Earthworm training courses in New Paltz, New York. This will be our traditional 5-day course. Our full ad may be found here.
We ask that interested students — and any colleagues who wish to join —
ISTI CEO and Founder, Paul Friberg teaching EW students. Photographer, ISTI Staff
- Archiving and Playback of data
- Data exchange
- Visualization tools
- Overview of various non-Earthworm post-processing options
- Tuning for Earthquake Location and Magnitudes
- Programming new modules, learning APIs
In addition, we will provide a tuning session for anyone that wants to bring their network’s Earthworm configuration to the course. We will show you how to playback your data and tune the earthquake location engine.
This course will be useful to anyone setting up, managing, tuning, or developing for an Earthworm system. See full class details here (inc. location, transportation, etc.).
Again, if you plan to join the Spring ISTI EW 5-day class,
Thank you in advance for your confirmation of attendance.
ISTI is presenting at the AGU Fall Meeting being held in Washington D.C., 10-14 December 2018. In addition, ISTI welcomes you to visit our team at our AGU exhibit (booth 815) throughout the week.
View the ISTI poster schedule and abstract links below. Continue reading
ISTI & Geobit join together at the AGU Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. 10 – 14 Dec. 2018. We are a team providing a complete seismic monitoring solution. Contact us through EarthImaging.com.
With 65+ years of combined experience, GEObit and ISTI are joining forces to become the most competitive and fastest growing joint venture group in the seismic monitoring services industry.
Providing state-of-the-art seismic instruments, network design, installation techniques, data monitoring and processing services, our group is able to deliver a cost-effective total solution to the energy exploration & production industry, especially to the oil, gas and geothermal sector. Our key benefits are that we produce in-house hardware and software while installing and maintaining the microseismic monitoring network to ensure a high level of data quality and availability. In other words, we make the technology – we apply the technology – we offer the technology.
Geobit Digitizer. Photo, courtesy of Geobit.
We have worldwide experience having installed and operated seismic networks all over the world, from Indonesia/Papua jungle to the Middle East desert, from Alaska glaciers to Himalayan Mountains. In the USA, we are currently running many dedicated microseismic monitoring projects with over 200 stations installed in the past 10 years.
Visit us at booth #815, AGU 2018
Washington, D.C. USA | 10 – 14 December
Meet our team and learn about the latest offerings. Dimitris Mourtzouchos & Nikos Germenis (Geobit), Paul Friberg & Sid Hellman (ISTI), and others will be available to answer your questions. Continue reading
Stop by and chat with Sid Hellman and Matthias Auer of ISTI this week at WOSMIP.
ISTI is pleased announce that Matthias Auer of ISTI will be presenting The STAX Project – Data Processing infrastructure on Thursday, 6 December, at 11:10am in Sydney, Australia.
Instrumental Software Technologies, Inc. is a proud sponsor of the 2018 Workshop on Signatures of Man-Made Isotope Production (WOSMIP).