Our PhD graduate Kun Wang will join ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company as Computational Physicist
Congratulations to Dr. Kun Wang who has been selected from around 200 applicants by ExxonMobil! He will join Computational Physics Section at EMRE’s Corporate Strategic Research Laboratories as a computational physicist to develop computational methods aimed at solving large-scale physical problems pertaining to the energy industry, with focus in the areas of flow in porous media, multi-scale phenomena, PDE-constrained optimization and uncertainty quantification.
Kun has a distinguished career at both Columbia University and Los Alamos National Laboratory. His recent work published in Nature Communication and PNAS has been featured at Economist. During his time at Columbia, he has published 12 papers with the research group, as listed below.
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