Hill, Stephen

Stephen Hill, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

School of Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Mercer University

Macon, GA 31207

Dr. Hill is an associate professor at Mercer University in the school of engineering. He earned his Ph.D., MS, and BS in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and B.S in General Sciences from Morehouse College both in Atlanta, GA.

Prior to joining Mercer, he worked with Schlumberger Oilfield Services for 13 years where he was most recently a project manager in the completions product group managing permanent completion projects associated with Sand Management Services and Production, based in Rosharon, TX. Previous to that he was based in Sugar Land, TX as a Senior Engineer in the Well Services Product group working in the area of the design coiled tubing down-hole tools.

He has seven U.S. Patents and six more filed with the U.S Patent office on alternative concepts used to service and produce oil and gas wells. He has served on research advisory boards since 2004 with both University of Oklahoma on fluid flow in Coiled Tubing and with Tulsa University on fluid projects associated with drilling. His research interests include particle transport and the reliability of debris tolerant systems, fluid interaction with mechanical design, erosion modeling/testing, phase change phenomena associated with high temperature, dense plasma, and computational fluid dynamics.

Stephen and his wife, Kenya, reside in the North Macon area and are blessed with three children. Before moving to Georgia, Kenya was a counselor with the Pasadena Independent School District in Pasadena, TX. She now is homeschooling the family using classical techniques.

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