As an academic research center, CGEM aims to bring together
a number of diverse but related research groups and foster a stimulating
environment for both research and education. These groups have different
funding sources and different application areas, but they all have the
common underlying theme of processing and inversion of applied geophysical
data acquired primarily in potential-field, electrical, and electromagnetic
methods. Currently, we have six major research groups within CGEM and
they are directly tied to industry and government funded projects.
We have intentionally removed links for some of the above projects/groups within CGEM as requested by the sponsoring parties or due to proprietary issues.
These constitute the main research activities within CGEM. In addition, many projects are pursued by graduate students to meet the comprehensive-projects requirement for the Ph.D. program in our department. Other projects are purely driven by academic curiosity of individuals. Details of these project can be found on the projects page.
Past Research Groups within CGEM (limited scope projects):