Australian School of Petroleum
Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
I am a Research fellow at the Australian School of Petroleum (ASP) of the University of Adelaide since 2008. I graduated in chemical engineering from the Fluminense Federal University (1979- Brazil) and I did my PhD in mineral resources engineering at Imperial College (1993 - London). From 1999 – 2007 I worked as an associated professor in petroleum engineering at North Fluminense State University (Brazil).
My main research interests are in laboratory studies of flow of suspension/colloid transport in porous media with applications to formation damage, environmental engineering and unconventional energy resources (CBM, shale gas/oil, geothermal reservoirs).
My current research involves:
- Micro-flow in porous media for oil production related studies.
- Visualization and image analysis of micro-flow in porous media for oil production related studies.
- Determination of ions by Ion chromatography technique.
- Nano-particles behavior in porous media related to oil production.
2010-Laboratory practical classes in Introduction to Petroleum Engineering, Petrophysics and Logging and Formation Damage
2011-Laboratory practical classes in Petrophysics and Logging and Formation Damage
2012-Laboratory practical classes in Petrophysics and Logging and Formation Damage
2013-Laboratory practical classes in Petrophysics and Logging and Formation Damage
2014-Laboratory practical classes in Formation Damage
2015 - Laboratory practical classes in Formation Damage
2016 -Laboratory practical classes in Formation Damage
2017-Laboratory practical classes in Formation Damage
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