I am a PhD researcher working with Dr Cédric John and Dr Rebecca Bell on modelling sedimentology and diagenesis in carbonate buildups using a range of modelling techniques.
- Postgraduate Researcher, PhD, Imperial College London, United Kingdom (Sep 2019-Present)
- Assistant Lecturer, Geology Department, Ain Shams University, Egypt (July 2018-Present)
- MSc Student, College of Petroleum Engineering & Geosciences, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia (Sep 2013-Jan 2017)
- Demonstrator, Geology Department, Ain Shams University, Egypt (Feb 2012-June 2018)
- El-Yamani, M. S., Al-Ramadan, K., & Cantrell, D. (2020). Diagenetic controls on the porosity evolution and reservoir quality of an outcrop analogue of a tight carbonate reservoir: An example from the Middle Jurassic Tuwaiq Mountain Formation, Central Saudi Arabia. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences (UNDER REVIEW)
- El-Yamani, M. S., Al-Ramadan, K., Munnecke, A., Cantrell, D., Abdulghani, W., & Reub, L. (2018). Microfacies, depositional environments and meter-scale cycles of the middle Jurassic Tuwaiq Mountain Formation, Central Saudi Arabia. Journal of African Earth Sciences, 145, 80-101.
- El-Yamani, M. M., Sultan, A. S., & Al-Ramadan, K. A. (2017, June). Effect of carbonate microfacies on contact angle: Study from Middle Jurassic Tuwaiq Mountain Formation. In SPE Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Annual Technical Symposium and Exhibition. Society of Petroleum Engineers.