Ms Ke Wang

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Ke is a PhD candidate in Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. Her research aims to quantify multiscale and multiphysics changes in CO2-brine-rock interactions based on imaging (2D/3D), mechanical (AFM) and chemical (nanoIR) techniques, and integrate multidisciplinary approaches to estimate rock microstructural and mechanical characteristics in subsurface CO2 injection related energy applications.


PhD Petroleum geosciences, University of Manchester, 2019-

MEng Geological Resources and Geological Engineering, China University of Petroleum (Beijing), 2016-2019

BEng Resources Prospecting Engineering, Xi’an Shiyou University, 2012-2016

Areas of expertise

  • QE Geology - CO2 sequestration, 3D Imaging, unconventional reservoirs, shale

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