University of Utah
122 Central Campus Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
The University of Utah team consists of scientists and engineers, including students, from both the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Energy & Geoscience Institute on campus. The broader mission of the University of Utah is to serve through the discovery, creation and application of knowledge; through the dissemination of knowledge by teaching, publication, artistic presentation and technology transfer; and through community engagement. As a preeminent research and teaching university with national and global reach, the University cultivates an academic environment in which the highest standards of intellectual integrity and scholarship are practiced. The University faculty and staff are committed to helping students excel.
The University of Utah is proud to serve both scientific and coordination roles within the Characterization of Most Promising Sequestration Formations in the Rocky Mountain Region (also known as the Rocky Mountain Carbon Capture and Sequestration - RMCCS) team. The University of Utah is leading efforts associated with numerical model simulation analysis, facilitating evaluation of CO2 injection and migration forecasting, capacity estimation, risk assessment, and visualization of geophysical data.