Universities


Open Source stimulates research

Universities

Collaboration

Due to our R&D attitude we have a natural bond with universities. We strive to stimulate research and education through involvement in M.Sc. and Ph.D. projects. Many universities worldwide use OpendTect, the Open Source part of our seismic interpretation system, to teach courses and for research purposes. In addition, we offer free academic licenses to universities for all commercial (closed source) plugins for OpendTect.

"It's great working with dGB for R&D and M.Sc. student projects."
--Dr. Roger Clark - School of Earth & Environment, University of Leeds

Universities worldwide
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around the World

Academic License

Universities can get free access to the commercial OpendTect plugins:

dGB Earth Sciences
HorizonCube
Well Correlation Panel
Sequence Stratigraphic Interpretation System
Dip-Steering
Neural Networks
Fluid Contact Finder (formerly CCB)
Velocity Model Building
SynthRock
ARK CLS
Seismic Spectral Blueing
Seismic Coloured Inversion
Seismic Feature Enhancement
Seismic Net Pay
Workstation Acces
PDF3D
Earthworks/ARK CLS
Deterministic Inversion
Stochastic Inversion
Sitfal
CLAS Lite

An Academic license can be used for academic purposes but not for commercial exploitation. In return dGB and the software should be acknowledged where appropriate and relevant research results should be shared when possible. The scheme has become very popular because of the Open Source character of OpendTect.


To obtain an Academic License:

An accredited faculty member should sign the Academic License Agreement and e-mail it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
After receiving the Academic License Agreement, countersigned by dGB, send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. that contains the following information:
The Host ID of the computer that will be used
The Number of simultaneous users
Whether Workstation Access is needed and if so which data store(s): SeisWorks/OpenWorks and/or GeoFrame-IESX.