Background and activities
Gisle Øye started as a research scientist at the Ugelstad Laboratory March 1st 2002 and was appointed Professor in 2009. His research interests are focused on colloid chemistry and interfacial phenomena within Produced Water Managament, Enhanced Oil Recovery and synthesis of nanostructured materials.
Dr. Øye received his doctoral degree at the University of Bergen in 1999. In the period 2000-2002 he worked with plasmachemical modification of porous polymers at the University of Durham (England).
- KP8129 - Colloid Chemistry for Process Industry
- TKP4115 - Surface and Colloid Chemistry
- TKP4525 - Colloid and Polymer Chemistry, Specialization Course
- TKP4570 - Nanotechnology, Specialization Project
- KP8905 - Surface- and Colloid Chemistry
- TKP4905 - Nanotechnology, Master's Thesis
- TKP4581 - Chemical Engineering, Specialization Project
- TKP4580 - Chemical Engineering, Specialization Project
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2022) Studying droplet retention in porous media by novel microfluidic methods. Chemical Engineering Science (CES). vol. 248.
- (2022) Introducing Video-Recorded Lab Experiments into Assignments for Surface and Colloid Chemistry Students. Journal of Chemical Education. vol. 99 (5).
- (2022) Characterization and assessment of wax and wax inhibitors systems in microfluidic oil-in-water coalescence experiments. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. vol. 636.
- (2021) Emulsions in porous media from the perspective of produced water re-injection – A review. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering. vol. 206.
- (2021) A microfluidic study of oil displacement in porous media at elevated temperature and pressure. Scientific Reports. vol. 11 (1).
- (2021) Microfluidic investigation of enhanced oil recovery: The effect of aqueous floods and network wettability. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering. vol. 203.
- (2021) New Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Approaches on the Evolution of Wax Mobility during Wax Crystallization. Energy & Fuels. vol. 36 (1).
- (2021) Aqueous carbon black dispersions stabilized by sodium lignosulfonates. Colloid and Polymer Science. vol. 299 (7).
- (2020) Microfluidic method for determining drop-drop coalescence and contact times in flow. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. vol. 586.
- (2020) Microfluidic testing of flocculants for produced water treatment: Comparison with other methodologies. Water Research X. vol. 9.
- (2020) Colloid chemistry and experimental techniques for understanding fundamental behaviour of produced water in oil and gas production. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science. vol. 276 (102105).
- (2020) A multivariate study of backpulsing for membrane fouling mitigation in produced water treatment. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering.
- (2020) Modeling of surfactant adsorption on coated quartz crystal surfaces during surfactant flooding process. SN Applied Sciences. vol. 2 (11).
- (2020) Dynamic wettability alteration for combined low salinity brine injection and surfactant flooding on silica surface. SN Applied Sciences. vol. 2.
- (2020) Gas Flotation of Petroleum Produced Water: A Review on Status, Fundamental Aspects, and Perspectives. Energy & Fuels. vol. 34 (12).
- (2020) Lignosulfonate Salt Tolerance and the Effect on Emulsion Stability. ACS Omega. vol. 5 (25).
- (2020) Viscoelastic properties of interfacial lignosulfonate films and the effect of added electrolytes. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects.
- (2020) Effect of Low-Molecular-Weight Alcohols on Emulsion Stabilization with Lignosulfonates. ACS Omega. vol. 5 (46).
- (2020) Development of a microfluidic method to study enhanced oil recovery by low salinity water flooding. ACS Omega. vol. 5.
- (2020) Lignosulfonates in Crude Oil Processing: Interactions with Asphaltenes at the Oil/Water Interface and Screening of Potential Applications. ACS Omega. vol. 5 (46).