Motivated by research topics that arise from such applications as geothermal energy, groundwater contamination and remediation, subsurface carbon dioxide storage, and radioactive waste storage, we are interested in describing, understanding, and modelling multiphase flow and transport, geochemical, and microbial processes in porous and fractured media.
- Justin Ezekiel, Anozie Ebigbo, Indra Arifianto, Alexandros Daniilidis, Thomas Finkbeiner, P. Martin Mai (2022) Techno-economic performance optimization of hydrothermal doublet systems: Application to the Al Wajh basin, Western Saudi Arabia. Geothermics, 105, 102532.
- Po-Wei Huang, Bernd Flemisch, Chao-Zhong Qin, Martin O. Saar, and Anozie Ebigbo (2022) Relating Darcy-Scale Chemical Reaction Order to Pore-Scale Spatial Heterogeneity. Transport In Porous Media, 144, 507–543.
16 September 2022: Congratulations to Po-Wei Huang on the successful defence of his PhD thesis “Reactive transport modeling at the pore scale and upscaling to the Darcy scale” at the Department of Earth Sciences, ETH Zurich.
Committee: Martin Saar (ETH Zurich), Rainer Helmig (U Stuttgart), and Anozie Ebigbo (HSU/UniBw H)
31 Maiy2022: Marking Diversity Day