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Reservoir Dynamics and Control Research Group

Petroleum Engineering, Texas A&M University

Dr. Eduardo Gildin

Associate Professor

Ted H. Smith ’75 and Max R. Vordenbaum ’73 DVG Developmental Professor

Gildin has research interests in the mathematics of reservoir simulation, numerical methods for control, model reduction of large-scale systems, finite element modeling, numerical analysis and optimization with an emphasis in petroleum engineering problems and drilling automation. In particular, he is interested in the mathematics and application of the real-time closed-loop reservoir management paradigm.

Research Interests

  • Model reduction of large scale dynamical systems
  • Control and optimization of large scale dynamical systems
  • Reservoir modeling and simulation
  • Closed-Loop Reservoir Management: Production Optimization, History Matching and Optimal Control
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