Researcher Profile

Jackson School of Geosciences

Christopher Landry

Research Associate, Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering

Work: +1 512 232 7644
Office: CPE 4.186
Mailcode: C0304

My research interests revolve around prediction of fluid migration in porous and fractured porous media, including the study of non-continuum, multiphase, and reactionary flows with a focus on pore-scale processes. My expertise is in the application of image-based analysis and employment/development of pore-scale flow models to predict fluid transport properties of heterogeneous geomedia and elucidate coupled flow processes, as well as the development of methods to upscale these results to intermediate and field scales. I am generally interested in research involving fluid flow in geomedia, including, but not limited to, hydrocarbon recovery, CO2 sequestration, contaminant transport, and water resources management.