Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Petroleum Engineering Master Program
DTU b. 229
Søltofts plads 1
Kgs. Lyngby 2800
Phone: +45 4525 2800
Department website: http://cere.dtu.dk
Chair: Alexander Shapiro Ass. Prof., Coordinator of the Petroleum Master Program
|Secretary||Anne Louise Biedefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Center Secretary||Patricia Wagneremail@example.com|
Petroleum Engineering Degree Information
Curriculum Description: The aim of the Petroleum Engineering course is to train highly qualified engineers for the petroleum industry. The graduates will work in research, production and/or consultancy within a very international industry: petroleum production.
The MSc Program in Petroleum Engineering is interdisciplinary and includes a number of engineering disciplines. The program comprises the following areas:
Geology, Geophysics and Rock Mechanics Reservoir Engineering and Process Technology
Each student can choose to focus on topics within geology and geophysics or topics within reservoir engineering and production. The basic skills in petroleum engineering are the same for all students.
See website for further information: http://www.kt.dtu.dk/English/Uddannelse/Uddannelser/Petro_retning.aspx
Program Admission Requirements: Admission to the M.Sc. Program in Petroleum Engineering is offered to students with at least a Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum, Geological, Chemical, Mechanical or Civil engineering or an equivalent background. Applicants should have solid skills in general chemistry, thermodynamics, physics, analytical and applied mathematics. Confirmed knowledge of English is required.
See more information here: http://shb.dtu.dk/Default.aspx?documentid=2847&Language=en-GB&lg=&version=2011/2012.
|Name||Position||Major Field of Interest||Contact Information|
|Professor Erling H. Stenby||Director of CERE, Head of the Chemistry Department||Enhanced Oil Recoveryfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Professor Ida L. Fabricius||Lector, Department of Civil Engineering||Reservoir Geology and Petrophysicsemail@example.com|
|Professor Klaus Mosegaard||Professor, Department of Informatics and Mathematical Modelling||Computational Geophysicsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Associate Professor Wei Yan||Associate Professor, Lector/Senior Researcher, Department of Chemistry||Reservoir Thermodynamics and enhanced oil email@example.com|
|Associate Professor, Alexander Shapiro||Associate Professor, Lector, Coordinator of the Petroleum Master Program, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering||Flows in Porous Mediafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Professor Georgios Kontogeorgis||Docent, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering||Applied Thermodynamicsemail@example.com|
|Associate Professor Nicolas von Solms||Lector, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering||Production Problems, Applied Thermodynamicsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Associate Professor Kaj Thomsen||Lector, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering||Electrolyte solutions, Applied Thermodynamicsemail@example.com|