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Petroleum Engineering|College of Engineering and Applied Science

Saman Aryana

Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering
Room 3020, Engineering Building

University of Wyoming
College of Engineering and Applied Science

Department of Petroleum Engineering

Dept. 3295
1000 E. University Avenue
Laramie, WY 82071
phone: (307) 766-1992
Fax:    (307) 766-6777

Research Site:


  • Ph.D. Energy Resources Engineering, 2012, Stanford University

  • M.S. Civil Engineering, 2006, University of Texas at Arlington

  • B.S. Civil Engineering, 2003, University of Texas at Arlington


My research interests lie primarily in the fundamental physics of flow instabilities and dynamics of subsurface displacement processes. My aim is to incorporate the ever-changing nature of these systems in the simplest form possible without sacrificing adequate representation of all verifiable data. My work includes: 1) experimentation and data analysis, 2) development of general mathematical frameworks motivated and verified by physical observations, and 3) developing data-driven dynamical reservoir models along with robust solution schemes.

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