School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences


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  • Tae Wook Kim

    Tae Wook Kim

    Sr Res Scientist-Physical

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsResearch Field:
    Synthesis & characterization of thin inorganic/polymer membranes, adsorbents, and conductive
    membranes; Characterization of well-core & heavy oil; CO2 separation & sequestration process; Enhanced oil recovery method for offshore oil field; fuel cells system & hydrogen production.

  • Sergey Klevtsov

    Sergey Klevtsov

    Ph.D. Student in Energy Resources Engineering

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMy research interests include numerical linear algebra, multiscale methods, efficient linear solvers and preconditioners for subsurface flow and mechanics modeling, parallel and high-performance computing (HPC) and architectures.

    I'm a contributor to the AD-GPRS and GEOSX projects.

  • Filippos Kostakis

    Filippos Kostakis

    Ph.D. Student in Petroleum Engineering

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMutlifidelity strategies for uncertainty quantification, data assimilation and optimization in oil and gas reservoirs.

  • Anthony Kovscek

    Anthony Kovscek

    Keleen and Carlton Beal Professor of Petroleum Engineering and Senior Fellow at the Precourt Institute for Energy

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsResearch
    I am interested in the recovery of unconventional hydrocarbon resources and mitigating carbon emissions from fossil fuels via geological sequestration of greenhouse gases. My research group and I examine the physics of flow through porous media at length scales that vary from the pore to the laboratory to the reservoir. The organizing themes are flow imaging to delineate the mechanisms of multiphase flow (oil, water, and gas) in porous media and the synthesis of models from experimental, theoretical, and field data. In all of our work, physical observations, obtained mainly from laboratory and field measurements, are interwoven with theory.

    Teaching
    My teaching interests center broadly around education of students to meet the energy challenges that we will face this century. I teach undergraduate courses that examine the interplay of energy use and environmental issues including renewable energy resources and sustainability. At the graduate level, I offer classes on enhanced oil recovery and the thermodynamics of hydrocarbon mixtures.

    Professional Activities
    Member, American Geophysical Union (2006); Editorial Board, SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering (2006-present); Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Distinguished Achievement Award for Petroleum Engineering Faculty (2006); School of Earth Sciences Award for Excellence in Teaching (1998); Earth Systems Program Executive Committee (2002-present); Woods Institute for Environment Energy Committee (2005-present); SPE Continuing Education Committee (2000-present, chair 2004-05); steering committee chair, SPE Forum, Enhanced Oil Recovery: What's Next? (2005-06); Editorial Board of the Journal of Petroleum Technology (2004-present) and SPE Reservoir Engineering and Evaluation (2006-present); member, Society of Petroleum Engineers, American Geophysical Union, and the American Chemical Society.