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Aminian, Kashy

Professor - Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering

Education


Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan, 1982 
M.S.E. Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan, 1978 
B.S. Chemical Engineering , University of Tehran, 1976

1978-1983: Reservoir Engineer, MichCon, Detroit Michigan
1983-87: Assistant Professor of Petroleum & Natural Engineering
1987-1992: Associate Professor of Petroleum & Natural gas Engineering
1992-present: Professor of Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering

Research Focus Areas

Energy Technologies

Research Interests

Natural Gas Production and Storage 
Reservoir Characterization and Modeling 
Coalbed Methane Development 
Improved Oil and Gas Recovery 
Environmental Applications

Teaching Interests

Natural Gas Engineering 
Reservoir Engineering 
Pressure Transient Analysis 
Coalbed Methane Reservoir Engineering 
Environmental Aspects of Oil and Gas Production

Professional Societies

SPE