usc resourceThe center will help develop state-of-the-art imaging technology and efficient, environmentally responsible best practices for subsurface resource recovery. Foundation CMG, which has a mandate to investigate research and innovation in oil and gas reservoir modeling, has provided $1.35 million in seed funding for the center at USC Viterbi, one of only 15 worldwide. Behnam Jafarpour and Kristian Jessen, associate professors in the Mork Family Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at USC Viterbi, will co-direct the center, focusing on the development of novel imaging and forecasting technologies. Read More