René Tammen joined PoreLab on February 1st, 2023, as PhD candidate. His position is financed by the project “Sustainable Stable Ground” funded by the Research Council of Norway and his supervisor is Professor Erika Eiser, PI for the WP4 at PoreLab on “Nanoporous media and gels” . The project “Sustainable Stable Ground” is an interdisciplinary
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Dr. Quirine Krol joined PoreLab on November 1st, 2022 as Postdoctoral fellow. This is a three-year contract. Her position is financed by a Marie-Curie grant (Horizon MSCA) that she developed together with Professor Alex Hansen. Her project, with the acronym SnowMagnet, involves 2 partners: PoreLab at NTNU and the Montana State University in Bozeman, USA.
Tage Maltby joined PoreLab and the department of Chemistry at NTNU on November 10th, 2022 as PhD candidate. This is a 4-year contract. Tage holds a MSc in industrial chemistry with a major focused on non-equilibrium thermodynamics and mathematical modeling. His PhD is financed through the newly established FME HYDROGENi under the Research Area 2
Elizaveta Sidler joined PoreLab and the department of Physics at NTNU as PhD candidate on September 1st, 2022. She has a four-year contract. Her supervisor is Associate Professor Raffaela Cabriolu et her co-supervisor is Professor Erika Eiser Elizaveta introduces her PhD project as follow: “My PhD project is dedicated to the study of the process
Ilaria Beechey-Newman joined PoreLab and the department of Physics at NTNU as PhD candidate on September 19th, 2022. Ilaria holds a Master of Chemistry from Oxford University, UK. Her master project focused on the structure and behaviour of highly concentrated aqueous electrolytes upon doping with ionic liquid, that she performed at the Physical and Theoretical
Welcome to Kevin Pierce! Kevin joined recently PoreLab and the Njord Center as a postdoctoral researcher. His position is financed by the new project “M4 – Mixing in Multiphase flows through Microporous Media” developed by Gaute Linga and financed by the Research Council of Norway. Kevin presents his project as follow: “I am a new
Vegard Gjeldvik Jervell joined PoreLab and the department of Chemistry at NTNU as PhD candidate on August 29th, 2022 Vegard holds a Master degree in Industrial Chemistry and Biotechnology from NTNU with a specialization in Material technology from 2022. The title of his master project was: “Thermodynamic and kinetic modelling of thermal diffusion in Mie-fluids“.
Dr. Yuequn Fu joined PoreLab at UiO in June 2022 as Postdoctoral fellow. Yuequn has a Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Qingdao University, and a Master degree in chemical engineering from the China University of Petroleum in Beijing. He got his PhD degree on “Atomistic insights to interfacial dynamics” from the Departement of Structural Engineering at
Dr. Paula Reis joined PoreLab at the University of Oslo in April 2022 as Postdoctoral fellow. Her position is financed for 2 years by the project FlowConn: Connectivity enhancement due to thin liquid films in porous media flows. FlowConn is financed by the Research Council of Norway and is part of the program “Researcher project
Dr. Morten Hammer joined PoreLab at NTNU in February 2022 as Postdoctoral fellow. His position is financed by PoreLab for 2 years under the WP 5 (Thermodynamic driving forces). He will be working on the development of non-equilibrium thermodynamics transport theories for two-phase flow in porous media together with Professor Øivind Wilhelmsen. Morten has a MSc in
Hristina Dragovic joined the department of Energy and Process engineering at NTNU in September 2021. Her PhD position is financed through the newly established project: “PredictCUI: prediction of water liquid and vapour migration for mitigating corrosion under insulation“. PredictCUI answers to the RCN’s Petromaks2 call for collaborative and knowledge-building projects. The project has been developed
Federico Lanza is a Cotutelle PhD student (joint PhD degree) between LPTMS*/CNRS**/University of Paris-Saclay and NTNU. He joined us in November 2020. His position is financed 50% by the CNRS and 50% by PoreLab and the newly established INTPART project from Alex Hansen entitled: “Non-Newtonian Flow in Porous Media“. His supervisors are Alberto Rosso, Directeur
Dr. Hamidreza Erfani joined PoreLab in January 2021 as postdoctoral fellow. His position is financed through the newly established Researcher project “Pore Scale Simulations for Wettability Description“, a Petromaks project supported by the Research Council of Norway, and in close collaboration with the Queen Mary University of London (UK), the University of Oslo (Norway) and
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
Tomislav Vukovic started his PhD on August 3rd, 2020 at the department of Geoscience and Petroleum and PoreLab NTNU. Tomislav presents his PhD project as follow: “The topic of my PhD is optimization of screening criteria for green enhanced oil recovery (EOR) methods. A well-designed screening process is crucial for the success of the green