Chi, Fan, James, and Qifei all presented at 2018 annual Kansas Interdisciplinary Carbonates Consortium meeting on March 12th and 13th, 2018.
1. Characterization of pore structure in carbonate rocks using geophysical tools - a multi-scale integrated approach.
2. Numerical simulation of electrical properties of carbonate reservoir rocks using micro-CT images
3. Resistivity and permeability of carbonate rocks: influence of mineral precipitation and dissolution
4. Joint inversion of NMR and complex conductivity data on estimating pore size distribution in carbonate
We also gave the conference attendees a tour of our lab.
Chi gave a talk, 'Using geophysical tools to characterize pore structure and flow properties in subsurface', in the Dept. of Geology at Kansas State University on International Women's Day. Chi dedicated one slide in her presentation to celebrate women's day. The discussion with faculty and students on carbonate diagenesis was very interesting.