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Kofi Ohemeng Kyei Prempeh

Kofi Ohemeng Kyei Prempeh
Kofi Ohemeng Kyei Prempeh


Kofi Ohemeng Kyei Prempeh holds a First Class Honors degree in Petroleum Engineering, awarded by the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana, obtained in June 2013. He went on to become a Teaching Assistant in the Petroleum Engineering Department for his mandatory one year National Service. He also holds an MPhil in 'Scientific Computing and Industrial Modelling', obtained through the National Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Ghana, and was a member of the first graduating batch of the programme, 2017. For his postgraduate research, his focus was on Computational Fluid Dynamics, with his dissertation on Reservoir Modelling and Simulation.

He believes with his research, he has the tools, skills and knowledge to join renowned professionals, and meaningfully contribute to new technologies and emerging ideas. He strongly intends to be a proficient engineer and a mathematician. His main goal is to leave a lasting impact on his community and the world at large. Cultivating creative ideas is one of his motivational drives, and fuels his plans of becoming a well known professional in the energy industry.

Ohemeng values leadership, teamwork, honesty and ethics. And he is passionate about contributing to the advancement of engineering in Ghana. His passion continues to drive him to succeed and accomplish his goals.

Research Summary

Globally, tight oil resources provide significant amount of petroleum for the world’s energy needs. The flow behavior of tight oil in unconventional reservoirs are described by peculiar complexities that present challenging tasks in finding immediate solutions for reservoir engineers. This research focuses on the implementation of robust numerical methods to simulate the behavior of unconventional tight oil reservoirs.