HMEI-STEP Fellows: Awarded Michael Celia

  • Tao, Yiheng

    Ford Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Civil and Environmental Engineering

    HMEI-STEP Topic

    Projecting the Energy Landscape in the Midwestern United States in the Next Two Decades

    HMEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Denise Mauzerall

    Thesis Topic

    Modeling Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Michael Celia

  • Duguid, Andrew

    Ford Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Civil and Environmental Engineering

    HMEI-STEP Topic

    Risk assessment of CO2 leakage through abandoned wells.

    HMEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Michael Oppenheimer

    Thesis Topic

    CO2 leakage through abandoned wells.

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Michael Celia

  • Nogues, Juan P.

    Perkins Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Civil and Environmental Engineering

    HMEI-STEP Topic

    How well input distributions reduce leakage uncertainty in models of CO2 geological sequestration.

    HMEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Michael Oppenheimer

    Thesis Topic

    Multi-scale methods in carbon capture and storage.

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Michael Celia

  • Kang, Mary

    Perkins Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Civil and Environmental Engineering

    HMEI-STEP Topic

    Methane Leakage Due to Hydraulic Fracturing Operations: Exploring Technical and Policy Mitigation Options

    HMEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Denise Mauzerall

    Thesis Topic

    Multi-Scale Modeling of Fluid Leakage through Faults in Subsurface Environments

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Michael Celia

  • Huang, Xinwo

    Ford Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Civil and Environmental Engineering

    HMEI-STEP Topic

    Regulation of Subsurface Systems in China: Is it Possible for both Shale Gas Production and Carbon Sequestration to Coexist

    HMEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Denise Mauzerall

    Thesis Topic

    Model Complexity for Subsurface Porous Medium Flow

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Michael Celia

  • Edwards, Ryan

    Perkins Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Civil and Environmental Engineering

    HMEI-STEP Topic

    Exploring Environmental Policy and Regulation of Unconventional Oil and Gas Development Internationally

    HMEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Denise Mauzerall

    Thesis Topic

    Environmental Impacts and Opportunities of Unconventional Oil and Gas Development

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Michael Celia