I am a postdoctoral associate in Kang Research Group. I hold a PhD from University of New South Wales. My research is mainly driven by my curiosity about the physical and chemical processes that control rock material behaviour in the subsurface, along with the direct relevance of this field to socially relevant issues, such as geological storage of CO2, contaminant transport and geo-energy production. My approach often employs pore-scale modelling combined with in-situ imaging (e.g. CT, SEM etc.) and data science methods to describe physio-chemical processes in complex systems across time and length scales. I’m currently investigating the coupling of fluid flow, mineral dissolution and precipitation in fractured media.