University of Texas at Austin

Dr. Reza Ganjdanesh

Dr. Reza Ganjdanesh

Dr. Reza Ganjdanesh

Postdoctoral Fellow
Bureau of Economic Geology
The University of Texas at Austin
University Station, Box X
Austin, Texas 78713-8924
Telephone
512-471-9299
Fax
512-471-0140
  • Research Interests

    Multiphase fluid flow in porous media

    Numerical simulation of EOR and carbon storage processes

    Methane and geothermal energy production from geopressured/geothermal aquifers

    Integrated carbon capture and storage processes

    Phase behavior modeling of complex mixtures of hydrocarbons

  • Education

    Ph.D., Petroleum Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 2014

    MSc, Mechanical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, 2008

    BSc, Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran, 2005

  • Selected Publications

    Ganjdanesh, R., Pope, G.A., Sepehrnoori, K., (2015) "Production of energy from saline aquifers: A method to offset the energy cost of carbon capture and storage," International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 34, 97-105.

    Ganjdanesh, R., Bryant, S.L., Orbach, R.L., Pope, G.A., Sepehrnoori, K., (2014) "Coupled Carbon Dioxide Sequestration and Energy Production From Geopressured/Geothermal Aquifers," SPEJ, 19(2), 239-248.

    Ganjdanesh, R., Bryant, S.L., Pope, G.A., Sepehrnoori, K., (2014) "Integrating Carbon Capture and Storage with Energy Production from Saline Aquifers: A Strategy to Offset the Energy Cost of CCS," Energy Procedia, 63, 7349-7358.

    Ganjdanesh, R., Bryant, S.L., Pope, G.A., Sepehrnoori, K., (2013) "Making CCS Pay for Itself: Storage Strategies in Geopressured-Geothermal Aquifers," Energy Procedia, 37, 2495–2504.