Title: A Journey through Porous Media at the Energy-Water Nexus: Briding Scales, Data and Physics
Ilenia Battiato, Assistant Professor, Department of Energy Resources, Stanford University
Dr. Battiato received her BSc. and MSc in Environmental Engineering from Politecnico di Milano. She then obtained her MSc. in Engineering Physics in 2008 and a Ph.D. in Engineering Science with a specialization in Computational Sciences from the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department at the University of California San Diego in 2010. She did her postdoctoral training in Theoretical Physics at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Goettingen, Germany. In 2012 she joined the Mechanical Engineering Department at Clemson University as assistant professor and then in 2014 the Mechanical Engineering Department at SDSU. In 2016, she moved to the department of Energy Resources Engineering at Stanford University. In 2015 she was awarded of the Department of Energy Young Investigator award in Basic Energy Sciences for her work on multiscale models of reactive transport in the subsurface. Her research interests lie in theoretical/computational fluid mechanics and transport processes in porous media, multiscale and hybrid computational methods, effective medium theories, and multiphase flows.
Originally published at environmentalchange.nd.edu.