Professor of "Interfacial Science & Complex Fluids"

Updated: about 9 hours ago

We seek a candidate with strong experience in Physical geo-chemistry, surface
chemistry, thermodynamics applied to sediments and rocks, complex fluids and
flow in porous geomaterials. The candidate will focus on one or more of the
following area: mixed fluids, transport phenomena, advective-reactive-diffusive
processes, particle laden fluids, microfluidics, novel engineered materials
relevant to drilling, monitoring, healing seals, materials and processes in the
subsurface under extreme P&T conditions.

The Energy Resources and Petroleum Engineering Academic Program for both M.S. and Ph.D. students focuses on modern reservoir description, engineering and management.  Students in this program receive broad training in basic scientific concepts and thermodynamics, geology, geophysical characterization, and reservoir engineering.  Our students participate in scientific research activities that may include mathematical analyses, computational modeling, experimental research and/or field studies.  Ph.D. candidates focus on original research driven to advance the boundaries of knowledge.

PSE division invites applications for faculty position at Assistant and  Associate Professor ranks.

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