Dr. Mohammed is an accomplished researcher with a focus on the development of fundamental constitutive theories for characterizing, understanding, and predicting complex multi-physics phenomena in clay-rich deformable porous media, specifically shales. His research involves the use of theoretical, experimental, and numerical techniques to understand complex coupled processes at multiple scales.
Dr. Mohammed's work has significant engineering implications, particularly in the areas of shale water loss, wellbore instability, nuclear disposal, and CO2 storage. He holds a Ph.D. in Minerals and Energy Resources Engineering, with a specialization in Petroleum Engineering, from the University of New South Wales in Sydney.
In addition to his doctoral degree, Dr. Mohammed also holds both Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Petroleum Engineering from the prestigious King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM), Saudi Arabia. With his impressive academic background and significant research contributions, Dr. Mohammed is a highly sought-after expert in the field of subsurface engineering and geomechanics.