Category Archives: InterPore
Remember the 4th Interpore National Workshop on Porous Media to be held in Bergen on December 1, 2021. More information about the program and registration can be found here: https://www.norceresearch.no/en/events/interpore-norway-4th-national-workshop The workshop is free of charge and open to all. But you need to register at the address above. Carl Fredrik Berg will give a
InterPore Norway is providing a platform for the Norwegian porous media researchers/scientists to come together and exchange ideas. For this reason, InterPore Norway arranges an annual workshop for all that are interested in porous media research and technology. The workshop, hosted by NORCE Norwegian Research Centre and the University of Bergen, is free of charge
InterPore awards recognize researchers for excellence across disciplines and throughout varying career stages. The deadline for award nominations has been extended to November 15th. You can nominate candidates for the following awards: Honorary Lifetime Membership Award Kimberly-Clark Distinguished Lectureship Award InterPore Medal for Porous Media Research InterPore Award for Porous Media Research InterPore-PoreLab Award for
The call for InterPore award nominations is now open. The deadline to nominate candidates for the InterPore Awards is 1 November. You can nominate candidates for the following awards: Honorary Lifetime Membership Award Kimberly-Clark Distinguished Lectureship Award InterPore Medal for Porous Media Research InterPore Award for Porous Media Research InterPore-PoreLab Award for Young Researchers Rien
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!
Due to rising concerns of the development of the Coronavirus outbreak, the annual InterPore conference scheduled to be held 24 – 29 May 2020 has been postponed until 30 August – 4 September 2020. The location of the conference at the Shangri-La Hotel in Qingdao, China remains the same. The Executive Committee has reached this
Participants to the next InterPore2020 Conference, that will be held on May 25-28, 2019 in Qingdao, China, are invited to contribute an abstract to the mini symposium MS18 titled “Innovative methods for the characterization, monitoring, and in situ remediation of contaminated soils and aquifers“. See the session description below, also at https://events.interpore.org/event/23/page/154-minisymposia) Guidelines for abstract
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:
Professor Signe Kjelstrup has been nominated by the Program Committee to be a plenary speaker at the InterPore 2020 Conference to take place in Qingdao, China, from 25th to 29th May, 2020. Signe will talk about “Addressing the water scarcity problem with thermal osmosis“. Abstract and Bio can be found under. All plenary speakers are
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
Dr. Tom Bultreys, winner 2019 of the InterPore – PoreLab Award for Young Researchers – Congratulations!
Dr. Tom Bultreys, from Ghent University, Belgium, has contributed significantly to the field of pore-scale imaging and modeling. During his PhD, he developed a multi-scale network model to describe rocks with a very wide range of pore sizes. New concepts were developed, which have already found commercial applications. In his subsequent work at Imperial College,