Summer Short Course: Fundamentals of Reservoir Simulation
|Date(s):||July 17, 2017 - July 21, 2017|
|Location:||Green Earth Sciences Building, Stanford University
367 PANAMA ST
Eiko Rutherford |
2017 Summer Short Course: Fundamentals of Reservoir Simulation
This course will cover both fundamentals and selected advanced topics in reservoir simulation.
Who should attend:
This course is designed for the petroleum engineer or geoscientist who is familiar with basic reservoir engineering and has some experience with the use of reservoir simulators, but is interested in acquiring a stronger understanding of the fundamentals. Some knowledge of numerical methods would be helpful.
Khalid Aziz is a Professor of Energy Resources Engineering. He holds engineering degrees from University of Michigan, University of Alberta and from Rice University. He has published over 100 papers, two books and a monograph.
Lou Durlofsky is a Professor of Energy Resources Engineering. He holds a PhD degree in Chemical Engineering from MIT and has worked in reservoir simulation related R&D since 1987.
Hamdi Tchelepi, Professor of Energy Resources Engineering, has a Ph.D. degree in Petroleum Engineering from Stanford University and joined the department in 2003 after 10 years of simulation R&D in the industry.
Travel info to visit Stanford:
Attendees will be responsible for their own travel and accommodation arrangements and expenses.