Eduardo Gildin

Associate Professor

Ted H. Smith '75 and Max R. Vordenbaum '73 DVG Development Professor

Foundation CMG Chair in Robust Reduced Complexity Modeling

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Office: RICH 401J
Phone: 979.862.4578
Email: egildin@tamu.edu

Curriculum Vitae
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Research Interests

Dr. Gildin has research interests in reservoir  modeling and optimization for the oil and gas industry using concepts from mathematical modeling using discretization of pde’s (finite difference, finite element methods, and finite volumes), systems and control theory and model reduction of large scale dynamical systems. In particular, Dr. Gildin is interested in closed-loop reservoir management.

  • 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

Awards & Honors

  • Foundation CMG (FCMG) Chair in Reservoir Engineering 2013-present
  • Holder of the CJ Craft Faculty Fellowship in Petroleum Engineering 2010-present
  • Post-doctoral Fellowship, ICES-CSM, University of Texas at Austin 2006-2009
  • College of Engineering's Texas Excellent Teaching Award, University of Texas at Austin 2001

Education

  • PhD, Aerospace Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, 2006
  • MS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1998
  • BS, Mechanical Engineering, Faculdade de Engenharia Industrial, Brazil, 1995