Kris completed his PhD from the Jackson School of Geosciences in 2018 and now works as a data scientist at Novi Labs in Austin, TX. His work focused on modeling the behavior of methane hydrates and their interaction with carbon dioxide and other gas molecules. He is broadly interested in reactive transport of multi-phase systems especially in the context of carbon sequestration and icy environments. During his doctoral studies, Kris also worked as a graduate research assistant at UTIG.
Numerical modeling, fluid dynamics, surface processes
June 2019: Nitrogen‐Driven Chromatographic Separation During Gas Injection into Hydrate‐Bearing Sediments, Water Resources Research