Matthew Clarke, PhD, P.Eng., B.Sc., B.A.

PhD in Chemical Engineering, B Sc in Chemical Engineering, BA in Art History

Matthew Clarke

Areas of Research

Gas Hydrates
I am currently conducting experimental and computtional research related to the kinetics and thermodynamics of gas hydrate formation and decomposition. My research is focused on both fundamentals and applications. With regards to applications, I have interest in looking at the formation of gas hydrates in natural gas pipelines and in sub-surface reservoirs.
Biodiesel
I perform computational work related to phase behaviour of systems containing biodiesel. Of particular interest to me is developing copmutational models to select freezing point depressants.
High pressure phase equilibria
In addition to investigating the thermodynamics of gas hydrate formation, I am interested in applying my expertise in high-pressure experimental thermodynamics to other areas such as supercritical fluid extraction.

Supervising degrees

Chemical and Petroleum Engineering - Masters: Accepting Inquiries
Chemical and Petroleum Engineering - Doctoral: Accepting Inquiries
Chemical and Petroleum Engineering - Masters: Accepting Inquiries
Chemical and Petroleum Engineering - Masters: Accepting Inquiries

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I am currently accepting applications from sponsored students. Applicants must be comfortable in both an experimental and a computational setting. Additionally, applicants must write and speak English with native fluency.

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