Joerg Schleicher received a B.S. degree (1985) in physics, an M.S. degree (1990) in physics, and a Ph.D. degree (1993) in geophysics from Karlsruhe University (KU), Germany. From 1990 to 1995, he was employed as a Research Fellow at KU's Geophysical Institute. From September 1995 to September 1996, he served as a Visiting Scientist at the Institute for Mathematics, Statistics, and Scientific Computing of State University of Campinas (IMECC/UNICAMP) in Brazil with joint grants from the Brazilian Research Council CNPq and Alexander von Humboldt foundation. Since October 1996, Dr. Schleicher has been employed as an Associate Professor for applied mathematics at IMECC/UNICAMP. In 1998, he received SEG's J. Clarence Karcher Award. He is a Member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Seismic Exploration. He is the Lead Author of the book True-amplitude seismic imaging and has coauthored over 50 research papers in international scholarly journals. His research interests include all forward and inverse seismic methods, in particular Kirchhoff modeling and imaging, amplitude-preserving imaging methods, ray tracing, velocity analysis, and model-independent stacking. He is a Member of SEG, EAGE, DGG, AGU, SBGf, and SBMAC.
Biography Updated on 1 August 2011