Category Archives: Achivements

Collaboration of PermLab with Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany

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After winning an Alexander von Humboldt fellowship by Dr. Sadeghnejad, the collaboration of PermLab with the Institut für Geowissenschaften at the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz (JGU), Germany has been finally started in early 2020.

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The idea of this research collaboration is to define several joint MSc and Ph.D. theses and dissertations on Digital Core Analysis and Deep Learning applications in petroleum engineering and publishing joint papers. One cosupervisor/advisor will be assigned to theses and dissertations from both sides and PermLab’s members will access the HPC infrastructure of JGU during this period.

More good news is underway…

Campus Mainz: Die Uni Mainz in Bildern - damals und heute

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Collaboration between PermLab and PMEAL

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The close collaboration between PermLab at Tarbiat Modares University and PMEAL at the University of Waterloo is continuing. By assigning joint-supervisors for the PermLab members, this collaboration is being expanded. At PermLab, our area of interest is characterizing carbonate reservoirs at pore-scale using OpenPNM, an open-source software package developed by PMEAL under the leadership of Prof. Jeff. Gostick at the University of Waterloo.

Recently, a new joint paper was accepted in theSPE Journal and we hope for more new outputs from this collaboration in the next future. This paper deals with reconstruction of vuggy carbonates by pore network modeling and image-based technique. The source code of this code can be downloaded from here.


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PermLab in OGPC2018

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The PermLab team members have participated in OGPC2018 with three great papers,

  • Hossein with the paper entitled: Simultaneous Modeling of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Reactions to Estimate Porosity Refinement during Carbonate Acidizing.
  • Nader’s paper was: Characterization of condensate banks using wavelet transform analysis of well test data
  • and Alireza with the paper of: Formation Damage Analysis of Organic Acids with Limestone Rocks during Acidizing: A Case Study on an Iranian Carbonate Formation

 


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Amin received the best student prize

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Congratulate Amin Partovi who received the university prize for the “Best MSc thesis” of the faculty of chemical engineering in 2017. This annual prize is made for thesis considered to be the best within each faculty based on their outputs. Hope to attain many more successes in his next steps of life.


Receiving a new grant

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The Iranian National Science Foundation have just granted Dr. Sadeghnejad and the Permlab group for a research program about investigation of pH-sensetive polymer flooding. This award is for a period of 18 months.