Dr. Javier Vilcaez

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Dr. Javier Vilcaez

Assistant Professor

103B Noble Research Center
405-744-6361
vilcaez@okstate.edu

Ph.D. 2009  Tohoku University, Japan
M.Eng. 2006   Gunma University, Japan
B.Eng. 1998   Univ. of St. Francis Xavier, Bolivia

Research Interests:

Mathematical Modeling and Simulation of multiphase reactive transport processes/Numerical optimization and uncertainty analysis
• Enhanced hydrocarbon recovery
• Geological CO2 storage
• Heap and underground leaching of minerals
• Transport and Transformation of pollutants in underground waters

Petroleum and mineral Biotechnology
• Microbial enhanced hydrocarbon recovery
• Biogenic CO2-recycling to CH4
• Bio & hydrometallurgy
• Biological treatments of waters

Hydrothermal technology
• Upgrading of heavy oil with supercritical fluids
• Hydrothermal hydrogen generation

Water-Energy-CO2 nexus
• Beneficial use and safe disposal of CO2 and petroleum produced water

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Teaching

Oklahoma State University, United States

• Groundwater Modeling (2015 Spring)
• Contaminant Transport (2015 Fall)
• Geochemistry (2015 Fall, 2016 Fall)

University of Tokyo, Japan

• Advances in Simulation (2014 Fall)
• Global Environment (2011 Fall, 2013 Fall)
• Environmental Petroleum and Mineral Engineering (2011 Spring, 2012 Spring)