Department of Earth Sciences, University of Minnesota
[Jan 18, 2019] I gave an invited departmental seminar at the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Iowa.
[Dec 10-14, 2018] Kang Research Group itinerary for the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting in Washington, DC. Please click the following link: AGU_KRG
[Dec 10-14, 2018] I co-chaired a session titled “Coupled Processes in Fractured Media Across Scales: Experimental and Modeling Advances (H040)” at 2018 AGU Fall Meeting. The session conveners are Jeffrey Hyman (LANL), Jan-Olof Selroos (SKB), Philippe Davy (Geosciences Rennes) and myself (University of Minnesota). It was indeed a stimulating session and we will continue organizing this session!
[November 27, 2018] Peter Kang gave a research seminar at the St. Anthony Falls Laboratory (SAFL), an interdisciplinary fluids research and educational facility of the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota.
[November 16, 2018] Peter Kang gave a research seminar for the geomechanics group in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geo- Engineering at the University of Minnesota.
[October 27, 2018] My paper titled “Potential impact of pore-scale incomplete mixing on biodegradation in aquifers: From batch experiment to field-scale modeling” accepted in Advances in Water Resources.
[Dec 10-14, 2018] I will be co-chairing a session titled “Coupled Processes in Fractured Media Across Scales: Experimental and Modeling Advances (H040)” at 2018 AGU Fall Meeting. The session conveners are Jeffrey Hyman (LANL), Jan-Olof Selroos (SKB), Philippe Davy (Geosciences Rennes) and myself (University of Minnesota). Please come to our stimulating session!
[Oct 22-26, 2018] I will be giving an invited talk titled Impact of geological stress on flow and transport in fractured media at the IMA workshop on “Recent Advances in Machine Learning and Computational Methods for Geoscience.”
[July 7-8, 2018] I will be chairing Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) “Flow & Transport in Permeable Media – Understanding complexity for Prediction in Permeable Media”, which will take place July 7-8, 2018 at the Jordan Hotel, Sunday River, Newry, ME, US. As is the tradition at GRSs, the attendants are strongly encouraged to stay for the Gordon Research Conference (GRC) on the same topic that will take place during the week after the GRS. Please register in advance!
[Aug 31, 2017] My paper on maximizing the value of pressure data in saline aquifer characterization accepted in Advances in Water Resources.
[May 12, 2017] My paper on improved characterization of heterogeneous permeability in saline aquifers accepted in Water Resources Research.
[April 1, 2017] My paper on anomalous transport in disordered fracture networks accepted in Advances in Water Resources.
[Aug 2, 2016] My paper on the emergence of anomalous transport in stressed rough fractures, in collaboration with Steve Brown and Ruben Juanes at MIT, accepted in Earth and Planetary Science Letters.
[July 11 – 12, 2016] Prof. Catherine Noiriel from University of Toulouse, France visits KIST and gives a research seminar “Resolving time-dependent evolution of pore scale structure, permeability and reactivity using X-ray microtomography”
[May 9 – 13, 2016] Peter visits MIT to continue close collaboration with ERL and SEaM Lab at MIT and gave ERL Tuesday morning seminar.
[March 22, 2016] I co-organized international workshop on aquifer storage and recovery in saline aquifer. The workshop was successfully held at Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST). Please click the following link for the program: ASR_workshop_KIST.
[March 21-25, 2016] Prof. Pieter Stuyfzand from Delft University of Technology and Dr. Gerard van den Berg from KWR, Netherlands visited KIST to participate in ASR workshop at KIST and to visit Busan ASR field site. KIST and KWR teamed up to collaborate on ASR application in brackish and saline aquifers. More details can be found in the following article: SUBSOL_KIST_article
[January 13, 2016] My paper on “joint flow-seismic inversion for improved characterization of fractured media”, in collaboration with geophysicists from the MIT Earth Resources Lab, accepted in Water Resources Research.