Honja Miharisoa Ramanandraibe

PhD Student
The University of Queensland

Brisbane, QLD

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Honja Miharisoa Ramanandraibe is a PhD candidate in Petroleum Engineering at the University of Queensland, School of Chemical Engineering. She holds a MSc. Eng. in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Queensland, a B. Eng. in Land Surveying from the School of Engineering (ESPA), Antananarivo, Madagascar, and a Diploma in Leadership from the University of South Africa (UNISA). Her general research interests focus on enhanced oil recovery, reservoir modelling and characterisation, hydraulic fracture treatments modelling and design, and unconventional resources (i.e., CSG, heavy oil, etc.). She has worked as a Teaching assistant at the University of Queensland. Honja Ramanandraibe also has more than five years of experience in Oil and Gas. She is currently the treasurer of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Student Chapter at the University of Queensland. She advocates women's empowerment and believes that women are valuable and have the responsibility as men to contribute to the community and nation's development. As she considers education as the best weapon to eradicate poverty and drive the country to its development, she plans to bring her expertise to the improvement of education in her home country.


Honja Miharisoa identifies as culturally and linguistically diverse.