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Matthew Johnson

  • Ph.D., P.Eng.
  • Canada Research Professor
  • Carleton University
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  • 910CitationsNumber of citations received by Matthew's publications. Updated daily.

Research interests

Pollutant emissions in the upstream oil and gas industry; optical diagnostics; emissions quantification; gas flares; soot and particulate matter; emissions reduction strategies; combustion

Co-authors (79)

Publications (5)

  • Characterization of methane emissions from five cold heavy oil production with sands (CHOPS) facilities

    • Roscioli J
    • Herndon S
    • Yacovitch T
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  • Fugitive Emission Source Characterization Using a Gradient-Based Optimization Scheme and Scalar Transport Adjoint

    • Brereton C
    • Joynes I
    • Campbell L
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  • Methane emissions from oil and gas production sites in Alberta, Canada

    • Zavala-Araiza D
    • Herndon S
    • Roscioli J
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  • Assessment of potential effects of injected salt water and hydrochloric aerosols on efficiency of lab-scale flares

    • Jefferson A
    • Corbin D
    • Johnson M
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  • Flame Response Analysis of Syngas

    • Gorski J
    • Chisty W
    • Johnson M
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Professional experience

Canada Research Professor

Carleton University

May 2016 - Present

Canada Research Chair in Energy & Combustion Generated Pollutant Emissions

Carleton University

May 2006 - April 2016(10 years)

Associate Professor

Carleton University

July 2008 - June 2015(7 years)

Assistant Professor

Carleton University

September 2005 - June 2008(3 years)

Assistant Professor

University of Ottawa

January 2003 - August 2005(3 years)

Education

Post. Doctoral Fellow (Advanced Energy Technologies Division)

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

B.Sc.(Eng). in Mechanical Engineering

Queen's University

Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering)

University of Alberta

M.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering)

University of Alberta