Event Description

ALUMNI EVENT: Engineering

Online (AUWISE MS Team Channel)

Thursday 14 October 2021 at 6pm - 7:30pm

ALUMNI EVENT: Engineering

Join us for our next exciting Alumni Event!

The event will be held on our Society Members MS Team Channel so make sure to purchase our membership beforehand.

About the speakers:

Farhan is a Graduate Reservoir Engineer at BP, working in the department of Innovation & Engineering. He has had experience in projects involving toolkit design & deployment, coding of JupyterLab notebooks and leading a simulation-based project. He completed MSc. in Reservoir Engineering & Geosciences from IFP School in Paris before commencing his graduate role in 2020. Farhan obtained his BENG in Petroleum Engineering in 2019, from the University of Aberdeen. During his time at Aberdeen, he was the President of the SPE Student Chapter and a BP Scholar. He enjoys travelling, reading, and exploring new hobbies, cultures and cuisines. He is fascinated by history, art, nature and wildlife.

Luis Perez Calderon is a senior environmental engineer at Genesis. The services he provides include pollution modelling, cartography, carbon management and environmental impact assessment for the energy sector. He completed PhD in Environmental Chemistry and Microbiology from the University of Aberdeen in 2018. And demonstrated for 7 courses in biology, chemistry and statistics at this period of time. The undergraduate academic degree in Marine Sciences Luis was awarded by the Universidad de Cadiz in 2013, where he actively supported research activities in the Marine Ecology group. Later, in 2014 he successfully finished a Master’s degree in Ecological Application in the Imperial College London. Over the year between 2018 and 2019 Luis worked as an Environmental Consultant at BMT which involved providing modelling services along with environmental consulting directly. His publications include various topics such as “Characterisation of microbial communities of drill cuttings piles from offshore oil and gas installations”, “Pressure and temperature effects on deep-sea hydrocarbon-degrading microbial communities in subarctic sediments” and many more.