PoreLab is a Norwegian Center of Excellence created in 2017 and situated at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim, and the University of Oslo (UiO). It focuses on the physics of porous media using experimental, theoretical and computational methods. It is led by six principal scientists from physics, chemistry and reservoir engineering.

Nanoscale Thermodynamics - Invitation to submit

This is an Invitation to Submit Manuscripts to the Special Issue on Nanoscale Thermodynamics with Professor Signe Kjelstrup as Guest Editor. Deadline 22 June 2020. Nanomaterials is an Open Access Journal.

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Most downloaded paper

The paper from A. Hansen, S. Sinha, D. Bedeaux, S. Kjelstrup. M. Aa. Gjennestad and M. Vassvik: “Relations between Seepage Velocities in Immiscible, Incompressible Two-phase Flow in Porous Media” (2018) has become the most downloaded paper ever in Transport in Porous Media

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Open position at NTNU

The Department of Physics at NTNU announces an open position as Professor or associate Professor in experimental mesoscopic physics to be associated with PoreLab. Submit your application via www.jobbnorge.no. Jobbnorge ID: 172776, Deadline: 01.10.2019, Customer reference: 19/17430

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Deadline extended to Sept 30th for the InterPore workshop in Stavanger

The 3rd National Workshop on Porous Media is scheduled to take place in Oljemuseet, Stavanger, on 16 October 2019. The deadline for registration is 30 September. Limited number of places! The workshop is free of charge, and renown speakers like Matthew Jackson and Bill Rossen is joining us. Below is the programme – you sign up here. Note:

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New article from Marcel Moura et al. on “Connectivity enhancement due to film flow in porous media”

Thin liquid films and capillary bridges can effectively enhance the connectivity of a porous medium, making it possible for the drainage of apparently trapped liquid clusters. This drainage due to film flow was recently characterized in a paper published in Phys. Rev. Fluids by PoreLab researcher Marcel Moura and collaborators. The experimental work has shown

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Guest lecture on “Anisotropic heat flow in shearing fluids by molecular dynamics simulations”

Professor Peter Daivis will give a lecture about “Anisotropic heat flow in shearing fluids by molecular dynamics simulations” at PoreLab premises (Valgrinda, PTS2, 2nd floor) on Wednesday, October 2nd, at 13:00. Professor Daivis is coming from the School of Science cluster, Physics department at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. He is visiting PoreLab in Trondheim from

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Alex Hansen, Jonas Kjellstadli and Srutarshi Pradhan talk about concret in Gemini

Read the last research news from PoreLab in Gemini here. Det som ikke sprekker dem, gjør dem sterkere Noen materialer blir sterkere når de utsettes for påkjenninger. Men alt bryter sammen til slutt. Hvorfor er det sånn? Og når gir materialene etter likevel? Illustrasjon: Shutterstock, NTB Scanpix Av Steinar Brandslet Publisert 23.09.19 Det høres litt

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About InterPore Awards – Deadline: 15 November 2019

InterPore – PoreLab Award for Young Researchers (formerly Fraunhofer Award for Young Researchers) The International Society for Porous Media, InterPore, on behalf of PoreLab announces a Young Researcher Award in recognition of outstanding contributions in the field of porous media from a fundamental point of view. The research may be theoretical, computational, or experimental. Award winners will

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