Predicting Flow and Transport in Porous and Fractured Media

General Page Body

Welcome to the webpage of Kang Research Group!

We are a group of motivated and passionate researchers and students who advance our fundamental understanding of coupled flow processes in porous and fractured media. We combine theory, high-performance numerical simulation, machine learning, and visual laboratory experiments to understand how the coupling between multiple processes such as biogeochemical, thermal, and mechanical processes controls fluid flow and reactive transport in hydrologic and subsurface systems across spatial scales (from pore to field scale). Based on the improved understanding, we develop predictive models for various applications such as contaminant transport in hydrologic systems, fractured aquifer characterization, aquifer storage and recovery, and groundwater and surface-water interactions.

Please visit the following URL for my personal webpage: