The Center for Earth Materials, Mechanics, and Characterization

PROJECTS

Prof. Mike Batzle – Geophysics
Research:  Seismic Frequency/Heavy Oil Saturated Carbonates 

Prof. Mike Batzle – Geophysics 
Research:  Seismic Data/Carbonate Reservoirs     

Prof. Bill Eustes – Petroleum Engineering 
Research:  Developing Benchmarking Methods/OMV    

Prof. Ramona Graves – Petroleum Engineering
Research:  Laser Drilling  

Prof. Jennifer Miskimins - Petroleum Engineering 
Research:  FAST – a study in fracturing,  acidizing , stimulation technology.  This consortium has partnered with over 20 oil, gas and service companies to provide funding for research in various areas of interest that are selected by the consortium partners.

Prof. Jennifer Miskimins – Petroleum Engineering 
Research:  Douglas Creek/Scientific Research – Detailed mapping of lateral and vertical stratigraphic changes to establish potential productive limits and baseline reservoir characterization along with intergration of 3D seismic components into structural models. 

Prof. Jennifer Miskimins – Petroleum Engineering 
Research:  3D Hydraulic Fracture Modeling of Tight Gas Fluvial Reservoir Systems

Prof. Manika Prasad – Petroleum Engineering  
Research:  Understanding Rock Physics Properties/Norwegian

Prof. John Scales – Physics 
Research:  Generation/Application of Collimated Beams of Sound  

Prof. John Scales – Physics 
Research:  Millimeter Wave spectroscopy of Amorphous Films    

Prof. Judy Wang – Engineering
Research:  BRIGE: Validating Intrinsic Damp Model/Dynamic Resp

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