Why did you decide to study your PhD at Heriot-Watt University?
I wanted to develop as a reservoir engineer in a highly reputable world-class university, so when Heriot-Watt University offered me the opportunity to work on an interesting, industry-focused and collaborative project, it was an easy decision to sign up.
What was your experience of studying your PhD with the Carbonate Reservoirs group at Heriot-Watt University?
The Carbonate Reservoirs Group is an excellent hub for computational geoscience and engineering. I remained motivated during my PhD because my project was highly technical with a strong emphasis on application to the oil industry. I also enjoyed excellent supervision and very friendly interactions with colleagues in the group.
Can you tell us a bit about what you're currently doing?
I am a postdoctoral research associate at Imperial College London. My research focuses on using reservoir modelling and simulation to evaluate CO2 enhanced oil recovery and storage in the UK North Sea.
The Carbonate Reservoirs Group is an excellent hub for computational geoscience and engineering.