Mohamed Chaib

Mohamed holds a PhD in applied mathematics (Reservoir Mechanics) from the University of Bergen. He has more than 15 years of experience in software development, reservoir mechanics, flow assurance and process engineering.

Mohamed contributed to the development of two of the main dynamic fluid flow simulators used today in oil and gas transport. He has extensive knowledge in the fields of multiphase flow in reservoirs, wells, near-wells and process plants, in addition to well completions, inflow control devices and hydraulic fracturing. He has a broad understanding of computer programming languages and speaks Norwegian, English, French, Spanish, Arabic and Berber fluently.

He is Apace’s patent coordinator.