Associate Professor Ali Daneshy Endowed College Professor
Office Location ERP9, Room 215
Emailmtmyers [at] central.uh.edu
Dr. Myers has twenty five years research experience in rock and fluid properties at Shell International Exploration and Production. He served as an Adjunct Faculty at UH before joining the department full time. His research areas of interest include static and dynamic properties of porous media.
Ph.D. Physics in Nonlinear Optics, University of Michigan
M.S. Physics, University of Michigan
B.S. Physics, Michigan Technological University
Well Log Evaluation of Petroleum Formations (PETR 6312)
Selected Professional Activities/Honors
Rock and fluid properties, static and dynamic properties of porous media
Impact of non-linear transport properties on low permeability measurements, YY Lin, MT Myers Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 54, 328-341, 2018.
Elastic properties of rock salt: Laboratory measurements and Gulf of Mexico well-log analysis, J Zong, RR Stewart, N Dyaur, MT Myers, Geophysics 82 (5), D303-D317, 2017.
Application of Multiple Imaging Tools for Organic Material Characterization in Shale Reservoirs, Z Liu, L Hathon, MT Myers, Microscopy and Microanalysis 23 (S1), 2120-2121, 2017.
Multi-modal SEM Imaging for Shale Reservoir Characterization, LA Hathon, MT Myers, M Dixon, K Hooghan, Microscopy and Microanalysis 23 (S1), 2116-2117, 2017.
Carbonates’ dual-physics modeling aimed at seismic reservoir characterization, A Shahin, M Myers, L Hathon J. Seism. Explor. 26 (4), 331-34, 2017.
Uniaxial complex relative permittivity tensor measurement of rocks from 40 Hz to 4.5 GHz, F Shehab, MT Myers, H Ott, S Dolan, J Dietderich, Y Bayazitoglu, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 55 (2), 1125-1139, 2017