Students of the International Master on CO2 Geological Storage completed their studies

Published time: 16 November, 2020 12:00

On the 2nd of November, at the Aula Lucchesi of the Earth Science department of the Sapienza University, the four students of the International Master on CO2 Geological Storage completed their studies, with the final defence of their master's theses. The International Master on CO2 Geological Storage is an Initiative of the ENOS project, organized by the University of Zagreb and Sapienza University of Rome, with the participation of: GEUS (Danmark), Heriot Watt University (Scotland), University of Nottingham (England), Sotacarbo (Italy), TalTech University (Estonia), NORCE (Norway).  The event took place in part online (with more than 35 persons connected) and in presence.

Hereafter the students' presentations:

 

Dr. Pegah Soleimani Dinani who presented her work entitled “Simulation of fluid flow in a fault and nearby aquifer on the base of the SFL data”, Tutor Anton Shchipanov from NORCE (Norwegian Research Centre)

 

Dr. Martina Mariani who presented her work entitled “North Italian CCS scenario for the cement industry”, Tutors Kazbulat Shogenov & Alla Shogenova TalTech (Tallinn University of Technology)

Dr. Michele Conte who presented his work entitled “Fluid flow simulation in the Cornelia reservoir”, Tutors Dorian Foster & Gillian Pickup HWU (Heriot-Watt University).

 

Dr. Gabriela Garcia, connected from Zagreb University, presented her work entitled "Determination of Cost-Effectiveness of CO2-EOR and CO2 Utilization Factor as Feasibility Indicators for Permanent CO2 Storage", Tutors Domagoj Vulin (Zagreb University).

All students have successfully defended their theses and got Final Diploma Awards of Professional Master in CO2 Geological Storage. The next run of the Master Course is planned to start in January 2022 and will be announced in August 2021