Advances in porous media science and engineering from InterPore2020 perspective

Jianchao Cai, Hadi Hajibeygi, Jun Yao, S. Majid Hassanizadeh

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Natural, artificial, and biological porous media can be seen everywhere in our daily lives. Transport phenomena in porous media, such as flow, diffusion, reaction, adsorption and deformation, are encountered in a wide variety of practical applications and scientific interests over widely disparate length scales, from molecular, to pore, core, and field scales. However, determination of transport properties in porous media remains a challenging issue. During the 12th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Porous Media (InterPore), held online from August 31-September 4, 2020, advances on porous media science and engineering in very broad areas were presented. The meeting was attended by more than 750 participants from across the globe, and a significant milestone was achieved in the history of InterPore conferences due to its online interactive platform. Participants could access the pre-recorded talks, leave comments and questions, chat with each other, one week before the conference. Then, all the feedback related to a talk was discussed in the presence of the author during several Q&A sessions. Invited and Keynote talks were live, and were also recorded. Each Q&A session was moderated by two experts, who first reviewed the 8 contributions of their session and then summarized the questions for each talk. The author could further elaborate their work and answer the questions.

Cited as: Cai, J., Hajibeygi, H., Yao, J., Hassanizadeh, S.M. Advances in porous media science and engineering from InterPore2020 perspective. Advances in Geo-Energy Research, 2020, 4(4): 352-355, doi: 10.46690/ager.2020.04.02


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Porous media, transport phenomena, multi-scale, modeling

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.46690/ager.2020.04.02

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