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Dr. Aziz Rahman

Dr. Aziz Rahman

Associate Professor

Office Number: 204F
Office Phone: +974.4423.0601

Interest Areas

Dr. Rahman’s research areas are as follows:

  • Multiphase Flow in Production Systems
  • Flow Assurance
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling

Dr. Rahman’s research interests are as follows:

  • Horizontal, vertical and inclined multiphase flow assurance in tubing and wellbores
  • Slug flow, hydrate flow, bubble dominated flow, and droplet laden flow
  • Abnormal flow and its effect on structural integrity
  • Multiphase flow fundamentals and Machine Learning
  • CO2 and H2 value chain
  • Decarbonization and energy transition
  • Computational fluid dynamics

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  • 2010: Ph.D. University of Alberta

  • 2004: M.Sc. Dalhousie University

  • 2000: B.Sc. (Honors) BUET


Dr. Mohammad Azizur Rahman received his Ph.D. in Multiphase Flow from the University of Alberta, Canada, in 2010. Dr. Rahman is an Associate Professor in the Petroleum Engineering Program at Texas A&M University at Qatar, of which he has been a part of since 2016. Prior to his appointment, he was an Assistant Professor at Memorial University of Newfoundland and an Instructor at the University of Alberta, Canada. Dr. Rahman teaches Production Engineering courses. Dr. Rahman has received around $3 million in research funding from Qatar Foundation, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, and Newfoundland Research & Development Corp. He has been involved in a number of research collaborations with companies, including TotalEnergies, SLB, QatarEnergy LNG, Intecsea, NEL, Syncrude Canada, GRI simulations, C-Core, and Petroleumsoft. He is also involved in with a number of professional organizations, including SPE, and ASME. He is a registered Profession Engineer in Alberta, Canada. Dr. Rahman established a multiphase flow loop and he has contributed to more than 250 refereed journals and conference publications related to multiphase flow experiments and computational fluid dynamics simulation.

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  • Advisor of the Year, TAMUQ Flow Assurance Student Club, 2022
  • Aggie Achievement Award, Aggie Core Value Excellence, Texas A&M University at Qatar, 2019
  • Faculty Merit Award, Award given by the Dean of TAMUQ, Doha, Qatar, 2019
  • 3-D Challenge Competition, Visualization, 2nd place, Texas A&M University at Qatar, 2018
  • UREP Final Project Presentation Competition, 3rd place, Qatar Foundation, 2018
  • 3-D Challenge Competition, 3-D Printing, 2nd place, Texas A&M University at Qatar, 2016


Former Faculty Senator at Texas A&M University (elected), College Station, Texas (USA), 2016-2017


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