Oil/Gas; Energy Storage; Chemical Additives; "Smart" Materials; Environment
Current research focuses on the application of quantum mechanics, statistical thermodynamics, molecular modeling and simulations to the development of water treatment materials, unconventional and low-carbon energy, as well as energy storage systems through interdisciplinary studies. The active research areas include phase behavior and flow of fluids in nanoporous media, enhanced/improved oil recovery, interfacial phenomena, carbon capture, utilization and storage, catalysis, batteries, membranes, wettability, water treatment, etc.
Active Research Areas:
The formulation of partial differential equations for modeling civil engineering problems. Introduction to analytical and numerical solution techniques. Prerequisites: MATH 201, MATH 209 and CIV E 295.Fall Term 2020
An advanced treatment of selected petroleum engineering topics of current interest to staff and students.Winter Term 2021