An Integrated Approach for Experimentation and Modeling of Flow and Transport in Porous Media at Macro, Miro, and Nano Scales

Mohammad Piri

Mohammad Piri

Associate Professor of Petroleum Engineering

University of Wyoming

Dr. Mohammad Piri is a Distinguished Associate Professor of Petroleum Engineering at the School of Energy Resources (SER) and Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering of the University of Wyoming (UW). He received his PhD in Petroleum Engineering at Imperial College London in 2004. Before joining the faculty at UW, he worked as a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Princeton University. His research interests include pore-level physics of multiphase flow and transport in disordered porous media with applications in energy and the environment as well as measurement and prediction of macroscopic properties in multiphase flow systems. In particular, he works on three-phase flow systems with applications to oil and gas recovery, CO2 sequestration and leakage, effects of saturation history, trapping, and wettability on three-phase relative permeability, and direct pore-level modeling of flow in microtomography images. He currently leads a research group with twelve graduate students and three research associates and is the Director of the Center for Fundamentals of Subsurface Flow of SER at UW.

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