NORMS - Novel Reservoir Modelling and Simulation
The Novel Reservoir Monitoring, Modelling and Simulation (NORMS) group is a multidisciplinary collective of geoscientists, applied mathematicians, engineers, and experimental and computational physicists.
The group develops and applies new methods to monitor and model fluid flow in subsurface reservoirs. Applications of the research are numerous and include monitoring and modelling of hydrocarbon recovery (including improved and enhanced recovery), groundwater flow, magma reservoirs and geothermal resources.
The NORMS group combines expertise in numerical modelling from the Applied Modelling and Computation Group (AMCG), and in geological modelling, porous media flow and subsurface applications from the Earth and Planets (E&P) and Petroleum Geoscience and Engineering (PGE) groups. We also collaborate with a wide range of academic institutions and commercial organisations in the UK and overseas.
3 column block - Research areas, software, experimental
3 column block - Publications, People, Vacancies
We are currently seeking two post-doctoral research associates to start as soon as possible.
We seek one PDRA to work on numerical modelling of magma reservoir processes. The closing date for this post is 31st December 2018.
We seek one PDRA to work on zeta potential measurements on intact carbonate rocks. The closing date for this post is 18th January 2019.
We also have a range of PhD projects available to start in 2019. See the Vacancies page for more details.
Selected research highlights
Jackson, MD, Blundy, J, Sparks, RSJ, in press, Chemical differentiation, cold storage and remobilization of magma in the Earth’s crust, Nature.
Lei Q, Xie Z, Pavlidis D, Salinas P, Veltin J, Matar O, Pain C, Muggeridge A, Gyllensten A, Jackson MD, et al., 2018, The shape and motion of gas bubbles in a liquid flowing through a thin annulus, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol: 285, Pages: 1017-1039, ISSN: 0022-1120
Salinas P, Pavlidis D, Xie Z, Osman H, Pain CC, Jackson MD, et al., 2018, A discontinuous control volume finite element method for multi-phase flow in heterogeneous porous media, JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS, Vol: 352, Pages: 602-614, ISSN: 0021-9991
Graham MT, MacAllister DJ, Vinogradov J, Jackson MD, Butler AP, et al., 2018, Self-Potential as a Predictor of Seawater Intrusion in Coastal Groundwater Boreholes, Water Resources Research, ISSN: 0043-1397
Al Mahrouqi D, Vinogradov J, Jackson MD, 2017, Zeta potential of artificial and natural calcite in aqueous solution, ADVANCES IN COLLOID AND INTERFACE SCIENCE, Vol: 240, Pages: 60-76, ISSN: 0001-8686
To contact NORMS, email Prof Matt Jackson: email@example.com