Dr. Mohamed Soufiane Jouini
Dr. Mohamed Soufiane Jouini Associate Professor
Bio
Education
Technical Areas
Research Interests
Bio

Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics

Dr. Mohamed Soufiane Jouini is an Associate Professor in Mathematics experienced in numerical simulations to model rock properties based on X-Ray Computed tomography images. He has a Master in Electrical Engineering, a Master of Sciences in Signal and image processing from The National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse, and a PhD in Signal and Image processing from Bordeaux University.

Dr Jouini had several positions in Research and Development centers in industry before Joining Academia. He was research scientist in Digital Rock Physics at TOTAL E&P Research center in PAU, France for the period 2006-2009. Then, he was appointed as Research and development engineer in image processing algorithms for security applications SAGEM SECURITE (IDEMIA) Research and development Center, Paris, France. Also, on Jan 2010 he was hired as Research and Teaching Associate at ADNOC (Petroleum Institute) to work on projects in Digital Rock Physics. On 2014, Dr Jouini was appointed as Assistant professor at Khalifa University in the Mathematics Department.

Education
  • PhD
  • MSc
  • MEng
Technical Areas
  • Mathematics courses for engineering
Research Interests

Dr Mohamed Soufiane Jouini current research projects focuses on image processing and numerical simulations of rock properties from digital images. He acted as principle investigator and co-principle investigator of research projects funded by Industry and government in the field of Digital Rock Physics. Principal Investigator of ADEK research funded project 2019. “Simulation and validation of oilfield reservoir rock properties using 3D‐printing and machine learning”. Co-Principal investigator of research project 2014-2018: Masdar Institute, Total Abu Dhabi and Petroleum Institute: “Experimental and Digital Rock Physics: Mechanical properties and multiphase flow properties from nanotomography to
whole core scale analysis” research project funded by ADNOC.

  • Software, source code, etc. for problems pertaining to geophysics
    Experimental work for problems pertaining to geophysics