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Dr. John Wc Sherwood

Chief Executive Officer

Apllied Geophysical Services

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Apllied Geophysical Services

Background Information

Employment History

Director of Research

Digicon

President

Applied Geophysical Services , Inc.

Founder

Geophysical Development Corporation

Affiliations

Fellow
National Research Council

Honorary Member
Geophysical Society of Houston

Honorary Member
SEG

Fellow
National Research Council of Canada

Education

Physics

Imperial College , London

B.Sc. A.R.C.S.

Ph. D.

Imperial College of London

Web References (21 Total References)


John W.C. Sherwood*, ...

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John W.C. Sherwood*, SverreBrandsberg-Dahl, JosteinLima,

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Following two years in Radar with the UK Royal Air Force, John Sherwood studied Physics at Imperial College, London, this leading to a Ph.D. in Acoustics in 1956. From 1956 - 1958 he was a Post Doc. Fellow at the National Research Council of Canada. Basic studies in Seismology led to employment in 1959 at the California Research Corporation, Chevron, where he was fortunate to be part of the 'Digital Revolution' and remain in it thereafter. From 1969 - 1981 he was with Digicon, becoming V.P. Research while it expanded from 84 employees to around 1500. In 1981 he cofounded Geophysical Development Corporation with Fred Hilterman and RegNeale. Following its sale to Geokineticsin 1998 he became a principal in Applied Geophysical Services, subsequently helping exploit Beam depth migration. Since AGS' acquisition by PGS in 2007, he and son Kevin have remained at PGS and continue to innovate Beam technology. John is privileged to be an Honorary Member of GSH. Due to help from many colleagues he is also fortunate to be the recipient of prestigious awards from SEG, including the Maurice Ewing Medal, the Kauffman Gold Medal, the Cecil Green Enterprise Award and Honorary Membership.


John W.C. Sherwood*, ...

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John W.C. Sherwood*, SverreBrandsberg-Dahl, JosteinLima,

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Following two years in Radar with the UK Royal Air Force, John Sherwood studied Physics at Imperial College, London, this leading to a Ph.D. in Acoustics in 1956. From 1956 - 1958 he was a Post Doc. Fellow at the National Research Council of Canada. Basic studies in Seismology led to employment in 1959 at the California Research Corporation, Chevron, where he was fortunate to be part of the 'Digital Revolution' and remain in it thereafter. From 1969 - 1981 he was with Digicon, becoming V.P. Research while it expanded from 84 employees to around 1500. In 1981 he cofounded Geophysical Development Corporation with Fred Hilterman and RegNeale. Following its sale to Geokineticsin 1998 he became a principal in Applied Geophysical Services, subsequently helping exploit Beam depth migration. Since AGS' acquisition by PGS in 2007, he and son Kevin have remained at PGS and continue to innovate Beam technology. John is privileged to be an Honorary Member of GSH. Due to help from many colleagues he is also fortunate to be the recipient of prestigious awards from SEG, including the Maurice Ewing Medal, the Kauffman Gold Medal, the Cecil Green Enterprise Award and Honorary Membership.


John W.C. Sherwood*, ...

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John W.C. Sherwood*, SverreBrandsberg-Dahl, JosteinLima,

...
Following two years in Radar with the UK Royal Air Force, John Sherwood studied Physics at Imperial College, London, this leading to a Ph.D. in Acoustics in 1956. From 1956 - 1958 he was a Post Doc. Fellow at the National Research Council of Canada. Basic studies in Seismology led to employment in 1959 at the California Research Corporation, Chevron, where he was fortunate to be part of the 'Digital Revolution' and remain in it thereafter. From 1969 - 1981 he was with Digicon, becoming V.P. Research while it expanded from 84 employees to around 1500. In 1981 he cofounded Geophysical Development Corporation with Fred Hilterman and RegNeale. Following its sale to Geokineticsin 1998 he became a principal in Applied Geophysical Services, subsequently helping exploit Beam depth migration. Since AGS' acquisition by PGS in 2007, he and son Kevin have remained at PGS and continue to innovate Beam technology. John is privileged to be an Honorary Member of GSH. Due to help from many colleagues he is also fortunate to be the recipient of prestigious awards from SEG, including the Maurice Ewing Medal, the Kauffman Gold Medal, the Cecil Green Enterprise Award and Honorary Membership.


John W.C. Sherwood*, ...

www.gshtx.org [cached]

John W.C. Sherwood*, SverreBrandsberg-Dahl, JosteinLima,

...
Following two years in Radar with the UK Royal Air Force, John Sherwood studied Physics at Imperial College, London, this leading to a Ph.D. in Acoustics in 1956. From 1956 - 1958 he was a Post Doc. Fellow at the National Research Council of Canada. Basic studies in Seismology led to employment in 1959 at the California Research Corporation, Chevron, where he was fortunate to be part of the 'Digital Revolution' and remain in it thereafter. From 1969 - 1981 he was with Digicon, becoming V.P. Research while it expanded from 84 employees to around 1500. In 1981 he cofounded Geophysical Development Corporation with Fred Hilterman and RegNeale. Following its sale to Geokineticsin 1998 he became a principal in Applied Geophysical Services, subsequently helping exploit Beam depth migration. Since AGS' acquisition by PGS in 2007, he and son Kevin have remained at PGS and continue to innovate Beam technology. John is privileged to be an Honorary Member of GSH. Due to help from many colleagues he is also fortunate to be the recipient of prestigious awards from SEG, including the Maurice Ewing Medal, the Kauffman Gold Medal, the Cecil Green Enterprise Award and Honorary Membership.


Candidates for 2010/2011 - 3-Mar-10: Candidates for Office Election of GSH Officers article: contact Lilly Hargrave

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In 1981, John Sherwood, Reg Neale and he founded Geophysical Development Corporation (GDC) where he was VP of Development.

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