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UW's Center for Fundamentals of Subsurface Flow to Host Third Workshop

April 10, 2012 — An academic from Brazil and an energy professional from France will headline a University of Wyoming workshop about CO2 sequestration and natural gas flow in the subsurface.

Professor Marcio Murad, from the Brazilian National Lab for Scientific Computing (LNCC) in Brazil; and Benoit Noetinger, associate director at research at IFP Energies nouvelles, France, will be the keynote speakers for "Porous Media Flows:  Experimentation, Multi-Scale Modeling and Simulation." Read more

UW Leads in Energy Research with Micro Imaging Instrument

January 12, 2012 — With the installation of the most advanced high-resolution 3D X-ray microscope available, the University of Wyoming becomes the first university in the world to put this state-of-the-art tool in the hands of faculty and researchers to increase their understanding of underground reservoirs of oil and natural gas. Read more

Dynamic Data-Driven Application System 2011 Workshop

Dr. Craig Douglas conducted the Dynamic Data-Driven Application System 2011 Workshop (DDDAS 2011) in conjunction with the International Conference on Computational Sciences 2011 (ICCS 2011) in Singapore. He gave a presentation on shale gas field development.

UW Scientists Launch Major Carbon Storage Research Project

August 18, 2010 - University of Wyoming researchers will develop technologies to safely and economically store carbon dioxide (CO2) with funding announced last week by the U.S. Department of Energy. Read more

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