Martin Hoecherl

Masters Students

MS Student



After my bachelor’s thesis, covering the rheological characterization of adsorbed surfactant layers, I am interested to understand mass transport and adsorption phenomena under elevated pressures, especially in combination with supercritical carbon dioxide. 


 B.Sc. Energy and Raw-Materials (Specialization in Petroleum Engineering), Clausthal University of Technology, Germany, 2022

Professional Profile

04/2022 – 07/2022: Internship within Global Well Construction Department, Wintershall Dea AG, Germany

09/2021 – 03/2022: Bachelor thesis candidate and working student, Eurotechnica GmbH, Germany

10/2019 – 08/2021: Student assistant in various disciplines (mathematics, electrical engineering, and technical mechanics), Clausthal University of Technology, Germany  

Scientific and Professional Membership

SPE – Society of Petroleum Engineers


04/2019 – 03/2021: Deutschlandstipendium

04/2021 - present: German Academic Scholarship Foundation

07/2022: B.Sc. with distinction, Clausthal University of Technology

KAUST Affiliations

Ali I. Al-Naimi Petroleum Engineering Research Center (ANPERC)

Physical Science and Engineering Division (PSE)

Research Interests Keywords

Dilational Interfacial Rheology under elevated pressure supercritical CO2 material properties under process conditions in-situ foam stability