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Md Fahim Shahriar

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GLT 5.240


Research Fellow

Md Fahim Shahriar


Md Fahim Shahriar is a visiting researcher/scholar in the Hildebrand Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering at UT Austin. He obtained his master’s degree in mechanical engineering at UT Tyler and bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology. He has been working with Professor Ryosuke Okuno since 2024 on carbon capture and sequestration. His current research focuses on fundamental investigation of carbon capture technologies.

Research Area

  • Carbon Capture

  • Geologic Carbon Sequestration

  • Reservoir Simulation

Selected Publications

  1. M.F. Shahriar, A. Khanal, Effect of Formation Heterogeneity on CO2 Dissolution in Subsurface Porous Media, ACS Earth and Space Chemistry. (2023)

  2. M.F. Shahriar, A. Khanal, Fundamental investigation of reactive-convective transport: Implications for long-term carbon dioxide (CO2) sequestration, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. 127 (2023) 103916.

  3. M.F. Shahriar, A. Khanal, The current techno-economic, environmental, policy status and perspectives of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), Fuel. 325 (2022) 124905.

  4. A. Khanal, M.F. Shahriar, Physics-Based Proxy Modeling of CO2 Sequestration in Deep Saline Aquifers, Energies. 15(2022) 4350.


  • M.Sc., The University of Texas at Tyler, Mechanical Engineering (2023)

  • B.Sc., Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology, Mechanical Engineering (2021)

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