Students Use Classroom Knowledge for Real World Applications

For the third year, MPGE students, lead by Associate Professor Dr. Teodoriu, spent time enhancing their hands-on skills through projects ending with the construction of small demonstrators. The projects will enhance their learning and engineering abilities, and through the great commitment of industry sponsors, has even added a gaming element to it. As usual, this […]

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MPGE Faculty and Students Present at 37th OMAE Conference

MPGE faculty and students attended the 37th Internationa Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering in beautiful Madrid, Spain from June 16-23. Attending this conference has been a long-standing tradition for MPGE faculty and students, and this year Drs. Catalin Teodoriu and SaeedSalehi attended along with MPGE Ph.D. student, Raj Kiran. Drs. Saeed Salehi and […]

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OU Drillbotics Team Takes Second Place in International Competition

Written by: Jack Borer The University of Oklahoma is proud to announce that its 2018 Drillbotics team has been awarded 2nd place in this year’s Drillbotics International Student Competition. Nine teams from four countries (Canada, Norway, Germany, and the United States) participated in this year’s challenge, which tested the wit and determination of all those […]

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Spring 2018 Graduation

We would like to congratulate all of our Spring 2018 graduates! This semester 128 of our students earned their degrees: 107 Bachelor’s degrees 21 Graduate degrees As of May 4, 2018, 63 of the graduating seniors reported having jobs already in place. Fifteen seniors reported they are planning to pursue Master’s degrees at institutions such […]

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MPGE Student Research Featured in Drilling Contractor Magazine

IADC Drilling Contractor Magazine recently interviewed Raj Kiran, a graduate research assistant working with Dr. Saeed Salehi, about his research. His research assessed the situational awareness and cognitive response in real-time of drilling professionals in the field using eye-tracking technology. The data generated is used to gain more insight into drilling operations and, ultimately, will use […]

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MPGE Student Showcased Research Work at 2018 USA Science and Engineering Festival

Written by Kai Wang MPGE Ph.D. student Kai Wang, along with diverse team members, Guomin Ji (Electrical Engineering), Yuxuan Chen (Electrical Engineering) and Huiyu Wang (Mechanical Engineering), brought their design to the National Sustainable Design Expo (NSDE) and showcased at the USA Science and Engineering Festival (USASEF) on April 7 and 8 at Washington Convention […]

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Undergraduate Researcher Awarded Phi Kappa Phi Grand Prize

MPGE undergraduate researcher, Rodrigo Rivera, has been awarded the Phi Kappa Phi Grand Prize for presentation at Undergraduate Research Day. He was awarded a total of $500. Recently, he presented an SPE paper at the SPE International Formation Damage Symposium on the effect of water hardness on cement properties. Rivera’s faculty sponsor is Dr. Saeed Salehi

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Student Day at the 2018 SPE Improved Oil Recovery Conference

Written by Sarah Zink Thank you to the students of TU and to Mid-Continent SPE for hosting the first Student Day as part of the 2018 SPE Improved Oil Recovery Conference! This Student Day was an opportunity for our students to tour TU’s research facilities, compete in the the 2018 SPE Mid-Continent North American Regional […]

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