Green Earth Science Bldg. 098 (mail code: 2220)
Stanford, CA 94305-2220, USA
ph: (650)723-9595 fax:(650)725-2099
Presently my research focuses on the matching of models to various classes of reservoir responses. These "inverse problems" seek the values of unknown resevoir parameters by inference rather than direct measurement. Typical problems are: tracer analysis of fractures, computer-aided well test analysis, production schedule optimization, automated history matching/decline analysis, etc.
I teach several different classes at Stanford, including:
I am involved in a number of different research groups in the Department of Energy Resources Engineering. Work in well test interpretation is usually carried out in the SUPRI-D Consortium on Innovation in Well Testing, while research in optimization problems often takes place in the SUPRI-B Consortium on Reservoir Simulation directed by Khalid Aziz. I also have a strong interest in Geothermal Energy, and this research is conducted under the auspices of the Stanford Geothermal Program.
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You can download a PDF copy of my 1975 PhD thesis here: "TRANSIENT EFFECTS IN GEOTHERMAL CONVECTIVE SYSTEMS"
Energy Resources Engineering at Stanford University
Stanford Geothermal Program
Some of my favorite photos of my life at Stanford
Computerised translation of my web page from
English-to-French and back from French-to-English, using AltaVista
Information about New Zealand, resting place of the (formerly) America's Cup