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Latest news from StructureSolver
Like the rest of the industry, we have seen a marked change in our work environment due to the COVID-19 ongoing epidemic. We have replaced in-person interactions with colleagues and customers with phone calls, email contacts and zoom meetings. The positive side is that support video calls can be much quicker and easier to arrange than in-person meetings, so please do not hesitate to call us if you have any questions or support requests. StructureSolver is very responsive over video links so it's almost like an in-person meeting.
With reduced demand for travel , we have been able to focus on our development roadmap. We have completed Version 4.3 alpha, and in the next few month will be finalizing testing and documentation, in preparation for release Q1 2021. We are excited about the new features, which include:
Please contact us if you would like more information.
Visit StructureSolver at ACE 2020
We invite you to visit us at our AAPG Annual Meeting and Exhibition in Houston 29 September - 1 October to learn how StructureSolver can help solve your interpretation problems. We will be showing StructureSolver Version 4.2, and previews of Version 4.3. Please contact us if you would like a guest pass for access to the guest portion of the ACE 2020 Online platform, to view Poster Presentations, U-Pitch Technology Showcase Presentations, and the IP Theatre. This guest pass also provides full access to engage with Exhibitors and Sponsors throughout ACE.
Visit StructureSolver at Virtual SEG 2020
Please visit our virtual booth at the SEG Virtual Exhibition 12-14 October. We will be demonstrating our latest release, StructureSolver 4.2 and previewing the new features in StructureSolver 4.3, to be released early 2021. Join us for a live chat between 12 noon and 5 pm (US Central Time) or schedule a personal live zoom meeting. We look forward to interacting in this new format!
Publications and Meeting Presentations 2020
The following papers were published by StructureSolver researchers and associates, using StructureSolver techniques to develop and understand the evolution of various structural provinces. We invite you to learn more about practical application of StructureSolver by reviewing this material or attending the talks.
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The StructureSolver Teamwww.structuresolver.com
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