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Sunday, September 2, 2007
|Location (Residence): Morgantown, United States
English United States
|Education & Experience:
||Work Authorization & Relocation:
PhD/MD in Computational Fluid Dynamics
Years of Experience:
|Authorized to work in:
United States, China
United States, Any
European Union, United States, China, United States
|1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
To Whom It May Concern,
Please consider my application for your opening position: Reservoir Engineer.
First of all, I have solid reservoir simulation experience and academic background. During the period of my PHD study, I have developed and validated (history matching) a variable saturated model for CO2 sequestration based on multiphase, multi-component fluid flow and gas-in-place in porous media and geological formations such as Appalachian and San Juan coalbed. This model can be used to predicate the CO2 storage and methane recovery as well as seepage analysis. The model coupled solid-liquid-gas three phases with variable saturation and media deformation based on the ideas of black oil, compositional, stream line. As the flow and pressure transient of liquid & gas phases caused by gas well injection, the variable saturations can be tracked. Secondly, under the couple of fluid flow and geomechanics, the model can forecast storage and recovery of liquids and gases in reservoir by computing the flow, solution, absorption, diffusion, stress and volumetric analysis. Moreover, I have excellent practical competence of numerical analysis, data manipulation and curve analysis specialized in computation of fluid flow, heat transfer, and material & thermal balance. Certainly, I am also well in reservoir management and optimization.
After reviewing my resume, you will also find that my good communication and organization skills as well as group orientation make me better prepared for your position.
I am looking forward to an interview opportunity from you.
|2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
1. Graduate Research Assistant, West Virginia University, August, 2005 to present
•Developed and validated (history matching) a variable saturated model of multiphase fluid flow for CO2 sequestration and analysis in porous media (coalbed).
•Coupled the model of solution, absorption and geomechanics to predicate and analyze gas storage and gas-in-place in reservoir.
•Coupled the model of stress and deformation analysis based on the variable saturated model.
•Attended three international academic conferences and respectively made three presentations:
- Sixth Annual Conference on Carbon Capture & Sequestration, Pittsburgh, PA, May, 2007
Numerical Modeling of CO2 Sequestration in Coal-bed with a Variable Saturation
- Twenty-Third Annual International Pittsburgh Coal Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, September, 2006
Numerical Modeling of CO2 Sequestration in Unmineable Coal Seams
- COMSOL Users Conference, Boston, MA, September, 2006
Modeling of Long Term Carbon Sequestration in Three Coal-beds
•Programmed eight pre- and post- processing programs to mine data for fitting linear and non-liner problems by regression and correlation analysis
•Participated in the Zero Emission Research and Technology Center (ZERT) Project and Cooperated with other groups: Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Department of Geology & Geography, West Virginia University
2. Graduate Research Assistant, Leiden University (The Netherlands), September 2003 to August 2005
•Developed a analysis model and applied to design and screen compounds through Genetic Programming.
•Simulated organic reaction judged by the decomposition energy computed through Grammatical Evolution and Genetic Algorithm.
•Developed an algorithm based on data mining method (regression and correlation analysis) and used it in software package of Molecular EvaluatorTM to sieve ease-of-synthesis of drug-like compounds.
3. Lecturer, Yunnan Normal University (P.R. China), July, 1998 to September, 2003
•Project investigator in the Youth Funding of Natural Sciences Research at Yunnan Normal University entitled Computer Simulation in Inorganic Chemistry Experiments, 2001.
•Project investigator in the Yunnan Provincial Education Science Research Funding Project entitled Reform of Traditional Chemistry Experiments --- Research on Virtual Chemistry Experiment Simulating System, 2002.
•Engaged in data mining and chemical experiment simulations in two National Natural Science Funding Projects and two Yunnan Provincial Funding projects.
•West Virginia University, spring semester, 2007
Instructed programming and Lab for the course of Numerical Analysis
•Leiden University, The Netherlands, spring semester, 2005
Instructed programming and Lab for the course of Grammatical Evolution Algorithm
•Yunnan Normal University, P.R. China, September, 1998 to July, 2003
Instructed courses of Program Design (C and C++ Language), Database SQL Program, Information System and Modern Education Technology, Website Design, Inorganic Chemistry Lab, Computer Basic Operation
Social Work Experience
As a Secretary of the Youth League at Yunnan Normal University successfully organized on-campus activities, such as Annual Contest of Extra-Curriculum Science & Technology and Academic Achievement from September, 1998 to July 2003.
SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers)
|3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Major in Computational Fluid Dynamics at College of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia., August, 2005 to present
Major in Computer Science at Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands, September, 2003 to August, 2005
Major in Computer Science at Department of Computer Science and Informational Technology, Yunnan University, P. R. China, September, 1999 to July 2001
Major in Analytical Chemistry at School of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering, Yunnan Normal University, P. R. China, September, 1994 to July, 1998.
Major in Computer Science with diploma of two-years training at School of Computer Science and Technology, Yunnan Normal University, P. R. China, September, 1996 to July, 1998
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Convection Heat Transfer
Pressure Transient Analysis
Numerical Solution of PDE
Dynamics of Viscous Fluids
Advanced Thermodynamics II
Research and Writing
Evolutionary Algorithms/Optimization (Computational Intelligence)
Advanced Database (Data Warehouse)
•Other Courses (Before Master program)
Chemical Engineering Rationale
Precise Chemical Engineering
Soil Chemistry & Analysis
Artificial Intelligence Rationale
Formal Languages & Automatic Machine
Design & Analysis of Algorithm
Theories on Network Communication
Modern Communications Rationale
Modern Electric Circuit Technology
Rationale of Modern Management Science
Physical Chemistry Lab
Advanced Physics Lab
Analytical Chemistry Lab
Organic Chemistry Lab
Inorganic Chemistry Lab
English of Analytical Chemistry &References Consulting
|4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
•Simulation & Management packages: COMSOL, TOUGH 2, OpenFOAM, FLUENT, PSIM, ECLIPSE, ARIES, VIP, SAPHIR, PEEP, PETRA, DSS, Crystal Ball, OFM.
•Computer and Scientific Languages: C/C++, Visual C++, MatLab, Fortran.
•Database: SAS, ODBC, Oracle, SQL.
•Technical Drawing and Viewing: PhotoShop, AutoCAD, PREVIEW.
•Office Applications: ARIES, Latex, Lotus Notes, Microsoft Office Package (Excel, Access, PowerPoint etc.).
•Operating Systems: UNIX, MS-Dos, Windows.
•Internet Development: EMC Documentum, TCP/IP, MSQL, PHP, HTML.
|5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
•Graduate Research Assistantship, West Virginia University, 2005-present.
•Graduate Research Assistantship, Leiden University, 2003-2005.
•Second Prize in the Instruction Contest of Young Instructors at Yunnan Normal University, 2002.
|6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
Reservoir Simulation/Modeling & Analysis
Fluids characterization modeling & Analysis
Pressure transient analysis
CO2 Sequestration Simulation/Modeling & Analysis
Multi-Physics Simulation System
Evolutionary Optimization & Computational Intelligence
Data Mining & Warehousing (Analysis)