Geosciences Facilities - College of Engineering & Natural Sciences

Geosciences Facilities

The Department of Geosciences is housed on the second level (main floor) of TU’s Keplinger Hall. Faculty, students and staff conduct research and complete coursework with state-of-the-art research equipment and facilities including:

  • JEOL Super-Probe
  • Rigaku XRD
  • Gamma spectrometer
  • FTIR
  • EM-31 Conductivity System
  • GPR with 200, 100, 50 MHz antennas
  • SuperSting R1 Resistivity Meter
  • A Spin Resonance Magnetometer
  • Linux Seismic Workstations with a five terabyte network

Our department’s computer facility has licenses and training in:

  • Arc Workstation
  • Petra
  • Petrel
  • Geographics
  • NIH Image
  • Landmark Workstations
  • Seismic Unix
  • Kingdom Suite
  • Comsol Multiphysics
  • Globe Claritas Seismic Processing
  • Hampson-Russel AVO, ELOG, GLI3D, ISMAP, STRATA
  • 3-D Traveltime Tomography
  • 2-D Full Waveform Modeling and Inversion
  • Electrical Resistivity Modeling and Inversion
  • GPR-EKKO VIEW Processing and Visualization