Prospective graduate students and postdoctoral research scientists who are interested in joining the Hydrothermal Research Group at UW should review opportunities listed below.  Please contact me by email prior to submitting an application to discuss the research project you would like to conduct.

December 01, 2019

Proposal Submitted – Graduate Student Opportunity

The Energy Transition

This is an exciting new opportunity in the evolving area of The Energy Transition! The project is broadly defined and will explore the role of geochemistry in the Energy Transition.

December 01, 2019

Proposal Submitted – Graduate Student Opportunity

Fluid-Rock Interactions in Unconventional Petroleum Systems

We will study the fundamental geochemistry of fluid-rock interactions in unconventional hydrocarbon reservoirs in Wyoming and Colorado. A major petroleum company is considering funding this work for important reservoirs in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming and the Denver-Julesburg Basin of Wyoming and Colorado.

August 01, 2018

Ongoing Project – Graduate Student and Postdoc

Multi-Scale Fluid-Solid Interactions in Architected and Natural Materials (MUSE)

We are members of a DOE Energy Frontier Research Center that is exploring fluid-solid interactions at interfaces and within nanopores, in synthetic materials (analogues of shale) as well as shale itself. The goal is to develop an understanding how these processes manifest as macroscopic transport and mechanical phenomena.

June 01, 2019

Ongoing Project - Graduate Student

Geochemistry of Fluid-Rock Interactions in Unconventional Petroleum Systems

We are studying the fundamental geochemistry of fluid-rock interactions in an unconventional hydrocarbon reservoir in Wyoming and Colorado. A major petroleum company is funding this work for a reservoir in the Denver-Julesburg Basin of Wyoming and Colorado.  

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