Zachary Aman is a Research Assistant Professor at UWA's School of Mechanical and Chemical Enginering.

An expert on gas hydrates and flow assurance, Zach's research focuses on experimental investigations of high-risk behaviour in subsea oil and gas systems, with specific emphasis on hydrocarbon-based solids that lead to pipeline blockage formation.

Through laboratory and flowloop studies, Zach's research contributes to the development of new strategies to predict and prevent the formation and buildup of gas hydrates and asphaltenes, with a goal of improving design margins on subsea infrastructure and reducing the risk of flowline failure.

Zach works closely with UWA's Centre for Energy, within the Fluid Science and Resources Division led jointly by Winthrop Professors Eric May and Mike Johns.