Weon Shik Han
Ph.D., New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
M.S., Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
B.S., Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
Key Areas of Interest: Geologic CO2 sequestration processes, Non-isothermal, Multiphase and Multispecies reactive transport modeling, Physical and Chemical hydrogeology
Teaching Areas: Hydrogeology; Flow and Transport in Porous Media
Research Interests: My research focuses on environmental, climate change, and energy related research such as geologic CO2 sequestration, groundwater hydrology, and geothermal energy development with an emphasis in multi-phase phenomena, reactive transport modeling, and heat transport. The methods I prefer range widely, from analytical and numerical approaches to field applications. Thus, my research includes interdisciplinary approaches, integrating elements of groundwater hydrology, hydrogeochemistry, geology, thermodynamics, and petroleum engineering.
Students interested in graduate studies on coupled processes in groundwater flow emphasis on computation simulations are encouraged to contact Weon Shik Han. Undergraduates interested in research experience and work opportunities should also contact.