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PoreLab lecture on mixed-dimension models for flow and transport processes in porous media with embedded tubular network systems

When: Wednesday 20 January, at 13:00 (Oslo time) Where: online (see below) Title : Mixed-dimension models for flow and transport processes in porous media with embedded tubular network systems Speaker: Dr. Timo Koch Affiliation: Researcher (Postdoctoral fellow), Universitetet i Oslo (UiO) Abstract: Porous media with embedded tubular network systems occur in several biological and technical

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Welcome to Fazel!

Fazel Mirzaei started his PhD in September 2020 at the department of Physics and PoreLab, NTNU.  Fazel presents his PhD project as follow: “I’m working on computational imaging, ranging from medical to industrial and environmental applications. I’m working on multiphase flow visualization as a PhD candidate at NTNU. Being able to quantitatively observe multiphase liquid

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InterPore 2021: the call for abstracts is open!

Abstract submission for InterPore 2021 is now open! More information on submitting abstracts can be found here. You can find the link for submitting at the bottom of this page: https://events.interpore.org/event/25/ InterPore2021 will be held exclusively online and include both oral and poster (+pitch) presentations. Learn more about the online conference format here. Registration will open soon! 

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PoreLab lecture on Non-equilibrium thermodynamics and nature-inspired chemical engineering applied to PEM fuel cells

When: Thursday 14 January at 14:00 (Oslo time) Where: online (see below) Who: PhD candidate, Marco Sauermoser, department of chemistry, NTNU Title: Non-equilibrium thermodynamics and nature-inspired chemical engineering applied to PEM fuel cells Join Zoom Meeting https://NTNU.zoom.us/j/98586361203?pwd=Uit5aUhZL2dENmM1STZEWFRtZHRIdz09 Meeting ID: 985 8636 1203 Passcode: 453601 Join by SIP 98586361203@zoomcrc.com Join by H.323 162.255.37.11 (US West) 162.255.36.11 (US East)

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PoreLab lecture on Soil salinization: From pore- to global-scale processes

When: Wednesday 13 January 2021 at 13:00 (Oslo time) Where: online (see below) Title : Soil salinization: From pore- to global-scale processes Speaker: Dr. Nima Shokri Affiliation: Head of Institute, Hamburg University of Technology, Institute of Geo-Hydroinformatics Abstract: I will talk about pore-scale physics controlling solute transport and crystallization in porous media and how these

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The last publication from Eivind Bering selected for the “Editor’s Choice” in Nanomaterials

The recently published paper from Eivind Bering, Dick Bedeaux, Signe Kjelstrup, Astrid de Wijn, Ivan Latella and Miguel Rubi, entitled “A Legendre–Fenchel Transform for Molecular Stretching Energies” was selected by Nanomaterials as the “Editor’s Choice”. This section groups all popular papers that have attracted most readers.  The purpose of this section is to promote papers

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PoreLab lecture on the recent developments in laboratory testing of geomaterials with emphasis on imaging processes

Title : Recent developments in laboratory testing of geomaterials with emphasis on imaging processes Speaker: Prof. Cino Viggiani Affiliation: Professor of Geomechanics, Université de Grenoble When: Wednesday 16 December at 13:00 (Oslo time) Where: online (see below) Abstract: This talk will present a review of some recent technical developments and scientific accomplishments in laboratory experimental

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Read more about the connection between three different theories proposed for the thermodynamic treatment of systems not obeying the additivity ansatz of classical thermodynamics in the last publication from Miguel Rubi and Rodrigo de Miguel.

Title: Statistical Mechanics at Strong Coupling: A Bridge between Landsberg’s Energy Levels and Hill’s Nanothermodynamics Authors: Rodrigo de Miguel 1,* and J. Miguel Rubí2 1 Department of Teacher Education, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 7491 Trondheim, Norway 2 Department of Condensed Matter Physics, University of Barcelona, 08007 Barcelona, Spain *Author to whom correspondence should

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PoreLab lecture on process coupling and upscaling of effective transport parameters in porous media: Towards Digital Twins

  When: Wednesday 9 December 2020 from 13.00 (Oslo time) Where: online (see below) Title : Process coupling and upscaling of effective transport parameters in porous media: Towards Digital Twins Speaker: Dr. Nikolaos Prasianakis Affiliation: Group Leader at Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland Abstract: I will discuss about research relevant to geochemical multiscale – multiphysics simulations,

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PoreLab lecture on a (real) multi-scale solver for two-phase flow: a micro-continuum approach

When: Wednesday 2 December from 13:00 (Oslo time) Title : A (real) multi-scale solver for two-phase flow: a micro-continuum approach Speaker: Dr. Cyprien Soulaine Affiliation: Associate Scientist at CNRS Abstract: Micro-continuum approaches are intermediate between a pure Navier-Stokes description of flow and transport and a continuum-scale model using Darcy’s law [1]. They use an unique

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The X-ray group now part of H2020 EXCITE

The X-ray group at the department of Physics, NTNU, joined the consortium established by 15 European Universities and research centers, entitled EXCITE (Electron and X-ray microscopy Community for structural and chemical Imaging Techniques for Earth materials). The project EXCITE is organised under the European program  H2020-INFRAIA-2020. It is coordinated by the University of Utrecht, The

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Read more about the Entropy Production beyond the Thermodynamic Limit from Single-Molecule Stretching Simulations

Read the last paper from Eivind Bering, Signe Kjelstrup, Dick Bedeaux, J. Miguel Rubi and Astrid S. de Wijn on “Entropy Production beyond the Thermodynamic Limit from Single-Molecule Stretching Simulations“, published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry on September 16th here: https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcb.0c05963   Abstract: Single-molecular systems are a test bed to analyze to what extent

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PoreLab lecture on single- and two-phase rock typing

When: Wednesday 25 November at 15:00 (Oslo time) Where: online (see below) Title : Single- and two-phase rock typing Speaker: Dr. Behzad Ghanbarian Affiliation: Assistant Professor of Engineering Geology – Kansas State University   Abstract: In the literature, numerous methods linking a characteristic pore length scale (lc) to permeability (k) and porosity () have been used

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Porous Media Tea Time Talk #11

  The PorousMediaTTT team is happy to invite you to the last Porous Media Tea Time Talks (#PorousMediaTTT) session for this year on  17.11.2020 at 15.00 Oslo / local time on: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuK0ogQKdSxq6pW-vljLN1Q. The two presentations are: Experimental study of fluid flow and solute transport in fractured porous media By: Mehrdad Ahkami, ETH Zürich, Switzerland Application of

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PoreLab lecture on Multiphase Flow and Reactive Transport in Porous Media: an Experimental Microfluidic Approach

When: 18 November  at 1PM (Oslo time) Where: online Title : Multiphase Flow and Reactive Transport in Porous Media: an Experimental Microfluidic Approach Speaker: Dr. Sophie Roman Affiliation: Associate Professor – University of Orléans (France) Abstract: There is a strong interest in imaging and numerical modeling of multiphase and reactive flow at the pore scale

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