World-class training for the modern energy industry

Matthew Jackson

Professor in Geological Fluid Mechanics, Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London.

Matthew leads the Novel Reservoir Modelling and Simulation group and has broad interests and more than 20 years’ experience in subsurface reservoir characterisation, monitoring, modelling, simulation and engineering. He manages the £1.5M UK ATESHAC program (Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage for Sustainable Decarbonisation of Heating and Cooling: Overcoming Technical, Economic and Societal Barriers to Widespread Deployment), which is a joint program between Imperial College, the British Geological Survey and the University of Manchester.

After completing his postgraduate training, Matthew worked as a lecturer at Imperial College London and subsequently gained the TOTAL Chair Geological Fluid Mechanics in 2016. Matthew was an AAPG distinguished lecturer in 2010/11, won the SPE Regional Outstanding Achievement Award in 2011 and the EAGE Norman Falcon Award in 2015.

Education

Ph.D. in Geological Fluid Dynamics, University of Liverpool, 1997
B.Sc. in Physics, Imperial College London, 1993