Seven EMI-MIT Presentations by Sun Research Group (Room 4-231 Thursday afternoon to Friday morning)
Our research group will present our latest findings in 7 oral presentations at ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference at MIT on Thursday (May 31st) and Friday (June 1st) . The schedule of the presentations is listed below in chronological order. Most of the presentations will be given at Room 4-231 (see the map below). Please note that the lectures might not begun on time.
Part of the research findings have been published in the following journal articles:
PhD candidate SeonHong Na received the Mindlin Scholarship and Teaching Assistant Excellence Award
PhD candidate SeonHong Na has received two special honors from Columbia University, (1) the Mindlin Scholarship and (2) the Teaching Assistant Excellence Award.
Congratulations for these wonderful achievements!
Our new paper on prediction of permeability and formation factor of sandstone with hybrid lattice Boltzmann/finite element simulation on microtomographic images has published in IJRMMS. In this work, we compare the hybrid lattice Boltzmann/finite element calculation with experimental data on Fontainebleau sandstone specimens of a variety of porosity. We found that the LB simulations actually yield quite accuracy predictions, both on formation factor and permeability tensors. Special thanks for my co-author Professor Teng-fong Wong from Chinese University of Hong Kong who taught me a lot during the research. [URL]
News about Computational Poromechanics lab at Columbia University.