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This event took place on Friday, September 20, 2013 and celebrated the establishment of the Digital Rock Physics Laboratory at the University of Wyoming (UW). The event was sponsored by Hess Corporation, the UW School of Energy Resources (SER), and UW Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering. This new, state-of-the-art research facility is located on the 3rd floor of UW's Energy Innovation Center (EIC) and includes unique imaging instruments capable of mapping pore space and pore fluid occupancy in rock samples, and other porous materials, over a wide range of scales and resolutions. The instruments have been integrated with miniature core-flooding systems to enable the study of a broad spectrum of multiphase flow in porous media processes at different scales with applications in, for instance, oil and gas recovery from unconventional and conventional reservoirs. The event included a set of technical seminars by world-renowned scientists as well as a ribbon cutting ceremony.
WY Channel 13-- Watch a news clip from the event on Wyoming NBC Channel 13
University of Wyoming News--"UW to Host Worldwide Experts for Opening of Hess Digital Rock Physics Lab"
From left to right: Mohammad Sahimi (University of Southern California in Los Angeles), Steven Bryant (University of Texas at Austin), Pierre M. Adler (Ingénieur de l'Ecole Centrale de Paris), Felipe Pereira (UW), Majid Hassanizadeh (Utrecht, Netherlands), Martin Blunt (Imperial College London, UK), Michael Celia (Princeton), Anthony Kovscek (Stanford), Mohammad Piri (UW), Mark Northam (Director of UW School of Energy Resources), Greg Hill (Hess Corporation), Bill Gern (UW VP of Research and Economic Development), Bob Sternberg (UW President), Richard McGinity (UW Interim Provost and VP of Academic Affairs)
|From left to right: Bill Gern (UW VP of Research and Economic Development), Bob Sternberg (UW President), Dr. Mohammad Piri (UW SER Associate Professor of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering and Director of PIRI Research Group), Mark Northam (Director of UW School of Energy Resources), Greg Hill (President of Worldwide Exploration & Production and Executive VP of Hess Corporation), Richard McGinity (UW Interim Provost and VP of Academic Affairs)|
|Bob Sternberg (UW President) and Greg Hill (President of Worldwide Exploration & Production and Executive VP of Hess Corporation)|
|PIRI Research Group|
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