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About Peyman Heidari

Dr. Heidari’s Ph.D. thesis was mainly focused on upscaling of dissolution parameters during fluid injection. Experienced in reactive transport modeling, fluid flow in porous media and core analysis. He developed an understanding of the geochemical reaction system of Marcellus shale through reactive transport modeling of Marcellus shale parent rock transformation into soil. He programmed numerical models capable of simulating three-phase fluid flow in oil and gas reservoirs. He worked on experimental and numerical analysis of WAG, SWAG, Immiscible and Miscible CO2 injection scenarios on a case study for M.Sc. thesis. He has experience in Microbial EOR and water flooding and scenarios to enhance production from fractured reservoirs through natural mechanisms of imbibition and drainage.


January 2015 Present Assistant Professor of Petroleum Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology Geosciences and Geological and Petroleum Engineering

Curriculum Vitae



December 2014 Ph. D. in Energy and Mineral Engineering (Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering), The Pennsylvania State University ‐ Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering
September 2010 M.Sc. in Petroleum Engineering (Reservoir Engineering), Amirkabir University of Technology-Iran
July 2008 B.Sc. in Petroleum Engineering, Petroleum University of Technology

Contact Information

129 McNutt, 1400 N Bishop St.
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Rolla, MO, 65409