The Plenary Lectures will be given by:
Prof. Mark Knackstedt is this years winner of InterPore's Kimberly-Clark Distinguished Lectureship and he will give the special Kimberly-Clark Lecture.
Mark Knackstedt is a Professor at the Department for Applied Mathematics at the Australian National University. His research interests cover:
- 3D imaging of complex real-world materials
- Pore scale characterisation of sedimentary rocks and soils
- Digital Materials Analysis: Prediction of properties of complex materials from 3D image data and large scale computational analysis
- Digital analysis of Petroleum Reservoir Core Material
- Multiphase transport properties of core material
Prof. Peter Bastion is a full professor at Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing at the University of Heidelberg.
His research interests include:
Numerical solution of partial differential equations (PDEs)
Software for Numerics of PDEs
High performance computing
Applications in energy and environment (flows in porous media)