School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences


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  • Zachary Ullah

    Zachary Ullah

    MBA, expected graduation 2018
    Masters Student in Environment and Resources
    Course Assistant Grad, Xu

    BioZachary was born in Texas and grew up on three continents. He received his bachelor's degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Plan II Honors at the University of Texas in Austin in 2012 before working as a reservoir engineer in the energy industry. Zachary moved to Stanford with his wife and son in September 2016 as a student of Stanford Graduate School of Business.

  • Daniel Ullmann de Brito

    Daniel Ullmann de Brito

    Ph.D. Student in Petroleum Engineering

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMy research and study interests are related to optimization techniques in general and their role in solving a wide variety of reservoir engineering problems. They range from field development strategies, such as well placement and well settings optimization, to reservoir monitoring tasks, such as history matching and related data assimilation stages associated to real-time simulation and optimization, also known as "closed-loop" reservoir modeling. I am also interested in addressing static, dynamics and/or operational uncertainties through the optimization of multiple model realizations or similar approaches.

  • Jose Urteaga

    Jose Urteaga

    Ph.D. Student in Environment and Resources

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsJose Urteaga research centers on the governance and sustainable management of marine natural resources in developing countries. Particularly he is interested in understanding how social and institutional arrangements interact to manage diverse habitats and species and how these arrangements are affected by contextual and historical factors. Currently, he is focusing on sea turtle conservation in Nicaragua and El Salvador.