EN 3020, Dept. 3295
1000 E. University Avenue
Laramie, WY 82071
My research interests lie primarily in the fundamental physics of flow instabilities and dynamics of subsurface displacement processes. My aim is to incorporate the ever-changing nature of these systems in the simplest form possible without sacrificing adequate representation of all verifiable data. My work includes experimentation and data analysis, and development of general mathematical frameworks motivated and verified by physical observations.
My specific interests include: multiphase flow in porous media, physics of flow instabilities, mathematical models and numerical methods, numerical simulation of fractured systems, data-driven flood management using advanced analytics and CO2 foam stabilization using nanoparticles.