There is going to be an online presentation from Daniel Jensen, TESCAN at 13:00 on Tuesday 18th of August. Please feel free to join. The presentation is focusing on the unique TESCAN DynaTOM and it’s capabilities for in-situ dynamic testing. Continuous imaging and which advantages that entails over standard CT imaging techniques. Abstract: TESCAN DynaTOM
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Visit of Dr. Tom Bultrey, winner of the 2019 InterPore – PoreLab Award for young researchers, at PoreLab Trondheim
Dr. Tom Bultrey, winner of the 2019 InterPore-PoreLab award for young researchers, came for a short visit in PoreLab Trondheim in the period 13-17 January 2020. He came to visit different PoreLab teams and to scope out specific collaborative projects. The program for his visit can be found here. A workshop was organised on January 13th, 2020, in his
Voxaya’ mission is to create efficient and easy-to-use software that aim at making 3D imaging technologies straightforward to the greatest number of users, engineers and researchers. Dr. Olivier Rodriguez, Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer at Voxaya, is visiting NTNU on December 3rd and will give a presentation at 14:15, NTNU, Valgrinda, PTS1, room 162, on
PhD candidate Xidong Wang PhD candidate Xidong Wang from Qingdao, China, will stay with us at PoreLab Trondheim during one year. He arrived on October 29th. Xidong started his PhD in 2016 at the China University of Petroleum and works on geological resources and engineering. His project’s title is: “Pore structure characterization by machine learning procedures”
Dr. Shaltiel Eloul Dr. Shaltiel Eloul, post-doc researcher at the department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge, UK, is coming to PoreLab Trondhim for 1 week, from October 28th to November 5th. Shaltiel is working with Professor Daan Frenkel. He is invited to Trondheim as part of the Onsager Professor position for Daan. Welcome!
Visit from Professor Peter Daivis to PoreLab Trondheim – From left to right: Bjørn Hafskjold, Dick Bedeaux, Miguel Rubi, Peter Daivis, Signe Kjelstrup, Faezeh Pousaneh, Olav Galteland, Astrid de Wijn, Michael Rauter Professor Peter Daivis, Department of Physics at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Australia, visited PoreLab on September 30 – October 4, 2019.
The Onsager Lecture with Professor Daan Frenkel from Cambridge University is planned on November 7th from 14 to 15:00 in the auditorium F6 (Gamle Fysikk, Gløshaugen, NTNU, Trondheim) Welcome! Title: Entropy and Complex Self-Assembly. Abstract: A holy grail of nano-technology is to create truly complex, multi-component structures by self-assembly. Thus far, much of the experimental work has
Dr. Nasiru Idowu, Chief reservoir engineer and Digital Rock Technology Expert at iRock Technologie (www.irocktech.com) , Trondheim, will give a presentation on “Reducing uncertainties in measured petrophysical data with high resolution 2D/3D Images” on Octobre 23rd, at 14:15, in PTS1, Room P11. Dr. Nasiru Idowu holds a PhD from Imperial college (2009). Since then he
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
James McClure, computational scientist from Virginia Tech, USA, is visiting EQUINOR and IGP during the week 43. A workshop will be organised at IGP during his presence. Short bio: My research work is focused on the development of theoretical and numerical methods to study transport phenomena in porous media, especially using digital rock physics. Digital