Daniel’s research focus is on the numerical modeling of gas hydrate formation in oil reservoirs on a multiscale level and its related impacts of permeability reduction to enhance the design of water injection projects. He graduated from the Colorado School of Mines and the Montanuniversitaet Leoben in Austria as the first student in the double degree master’s program in petroleum engineering. His professional experience involves several industry-relevant internships including OMV and ExxonMobil as well as student assistant positions at both universities. He loves to travel and greatly values continuous learning and holistic problem-solving.