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Assistant Professor of Petroleum and Geological Engineering - Petrophysics
The Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy's School of Petroleum and Geological Engineering (MPGE) at the University of Oklahoma invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Petroleum and Geological Engineering - Petrophysics to begin August 16, 2024. Our school is uniquely positioned to address the opportunities provided by ongoing and future energy transitions and serve the demand for education and research in emerging energy fields such as geothermal, hydrogen, and renewable energy, as well as energy storage, and CO2 capture and sequestration.
We are seeking a candidate who can contribute to our academic excellence, research innovation, and student mentorship in the field of Petrophysics, broadly defined as the study of rock physics, rock properties, rock-fluid interactions, fluid flow in porous media, and more. The faculty position will integrate their skills and promote our existing competencies in the areas of geo-energy resources and storage, such as geothermal energy, hydrogen and thermal energy storage, carbon sequestration, and conventional/unconventional oil and gas recovery. Duties include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, advising and mentoring students, conducting an active, collaborative, and transdisciplinary research program, participating in shared governance in both university and professional service activities, and aligning goals and contributions with the University of Oklahoma's strategic plan, Lead On, University