Company: Aramco Research Center
Job title: Research Scientist
Dr. Ayrat Gizzatov is a Research Scientist, Reservoir Engineering Technology, at the Aramco Research Center – Boston. Since joining in 2015, he has been involved in developing chemicals and technologies for applications in oil reservoirs. Gizzatov is co-developing and evaluating the integration of microfluidics screening technologies to facilitate and reduce costs associated with the development of oil field chemicals.
Aramco’s research center in Boston, one of three U.S.-based R&D centers, is part of the company’s global research network. U.S. centers work in close alignment with EXPEC ARC and R&DC in Dhahran to deliver solutions that meet future energy needs in a sustainable way. Gizzatov was recognized by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) with its prestigious George C. Matson Memorial Award, recognizing best technical presentations, during its Annual Convention and Exhibition in 2019.
He is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), and serves as a Board Chairperson for SPE’s New York and New England Section. He has authored and coauthored 10 high-impact peer-reviewed publications, three patent filings, and delivered more than thirty conference presentations. He was honored as one of four finalists for the 2019 Young Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC) Technical Professional of the Year Award; received a prestigious SPE Regional Young Member Outstanding Service Award for contributions to the public and profession; awarded a BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC) Translational Prize from Rice University for collaborative work with researchers from the Texas Medical Center Institution leading to a new clinical therapeutic agent; received a S.C. Hofmann Fellowship from Rice University for outstanding early achievements toward his Ph.D.; and a Fellowship from Oxford University to conduct summer research.
Case Study: Microfluidics Technologies to Aid Development of Formulations for Efficient Utilization and Sequestration of CO2 10:30 am
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