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Associate Professor Manouchehr Haghighi
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Manouchehr Haghighi is Associate Professor of Petroleum Engineering. His research and teaching focus is unconventional reservoirs, reservoir simulation, well testing and formation evaluation. He has supervised more than 40 MSc and 10 PhD students. Before joining the University of Adelaide in 2009, Manouchehr was associate professor of petroleum engineering at the University of Tehran, Iran. During 2000-2007, he was the head of petroleum engineering program at the University of Tehran. In 2000, Manouchehr established Simtech, a consulting company for the integrated reservoir simulation in which he has been project director of several full field simulation projects for oil and gas reservoirs.
From 1995 to 2000 Manouchehr was working with National Iranian Oil Company and was the director of a program for training of NIOC staff at several Universities in US, UK, Canada, France Australia, and Norway. Manouchehr was a visiting professor at the University of Calgary from 2007 to 2008.
Manouchehr has published more than 80 articles in peer review journals or presented in international conferences. He has served as a reviewer for different journals such as journal of petroleum science and engineering and active member of society of petroleum engineers (SPE).
Combined BS/MSc in Chemical Engineering, University of Tehran, Iran 1984
MSc in Petroleum Engineering, University of Southern California, USA 1989
PhD in Petroleum Engineering, University of Southern California, USA 1994
Naturally Fractured Reservoirs
Reservoir Engineering and Simulation
Well Testing & Pressure Transient Analysis
Formation Evaluation, Petrophysics & Rock Propertis
Reservoir Modeling and Simulation
Unconventional Reservoirs Reservoirs
Flow Visualization in Porous Media
EOR Process in Hetrogeneous Reservoirs
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Integrated Reservoir Simulation
Tight Gas Reservoirs
Coal Seam Gas
Shale Gas Reservoirs
Member of Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)
Reviewer of Energy & Fuels, Petroleum Science and Technology, Petroleum Science and Engineering
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