PEOPLE


Professor

Leonid Germanovich

Professor

leonid "@" ce.gatech.edu

 

 


Members

Cem Ozan

(Turkey)

Ph.D. Student

gtg394p@mail.gatech.edu

 

Research: Mechanical Modeling of Brain and Breast Tissue

 

Sihyun Kim

(South Korea)

Ph.D. Student

sihyun.kim@ce.gatech.edu

 

Research: Mechanics of Tsunamigenic Landslides

 

 

 

Pierre Ramondenc

(France)

Ph.D. Student

gtg758i@prism.gatech.edu

 

Research: Mathematical modeling and field testing of coupled hydrothermal and seismic phenomena at mid-ocean ridges

 

 

Gence Genc

(Turkey)

Ph.D. Student

gth659y@mail.gatech.edu

 

Research: Deformation Associated with Serpentinization at Mid-Oceanic Ridges with Reference to the (TAG) Hydrothermal Area

Chanin Ruangthaveekoon

(Thailand)

Ph.D. Student

gte523q@prism.gatech.edu

 

Research: Fracture Processes on Small Extraterrestrial Bodies in the Solar System

 

Robert S. Hurt

(USA)

Ph.D. Student

gtg108p@mail.gatech.edu

 

Research: Hydraulic Fracturing in Saturated Cohesionless Particulate Materials

 

 

Jongwon Choi

(South Korea)

Ph.D. Student

gtg431c@prism.gatech.edu
 

Research: Mechanics of Sand Production from Petroleum Reservoirs

 

Devon Gwaba

(Zambia)

Ph.D. Student

gtg697z@prism.gatech.edu

 

Research: Mechanics of Exfoliation Process

 

Tahiru M. Mawia

(Ghana)

M.S. Student

gth891y@mail.gatech.edu

 

Research: Mechanical Effects of Tree Roots on Fracture Propagation in Rocks

 

 

 

 

 


Alumni

Name  / Completion Year Research at GA Tech Affiliation / Email Address / Web Page
Charles E. George, III, 2006 (M.S. Student) A Possibility of Fault Reactivation at Yucca Mountain Repository Site Jordan, Jones and Goulding (Norcross, GA) / CEGeorge@jjg.com

Holli E. Jones, 2006 (M.S. Student)

Hydraulic Fracturing in Multi-Layered Particulate Materials Terracon (Raleigh, NC) / hejones@terracon.com
Ruiting Wu, 2006 (Ph.D. Student) Some Fundamental Mechanisms of Hydraulic Fracturing Schlumberger (Houston, TX) / rwu@sugar-land.oilfield.slb.com
Peter van Dyke, 2005 (Visiting Assistant Professor) Hydraulic Fracturing / Sand Production / Visualization of Fluid Flow in Fractured Media Pinnacle Technologies. (Houston, TX) /   Peter.VanDyke "@" PinnTech.Com
Hong Chang, 2004 (Ph.D. Student) Hydraulic Fracturing in Particulate Materials Tongji University (Shanghai, China) / hongchang@gmail.com
Youngjong Sim, 2004 (Ph.D. Student) Mechanics of Complex Hydraulic Fractures in the Earth's Crust Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Daejun, South Korea) / yjsim@kaist.ac.kr
Roya Rostamian, 2003 (M.S. Student) Mechanisms of rock exfoliation roya_rostamian@hotmail.com

Kasemchart Sriwalai, 2002 (Ph.D. Student)

Flow characteristics of alcohol flooding in confined aquifer

Thammasat University (Thailand) /  skasemch@engr.tu.ac.th

Alla Balueva, 2001 (Visiting Assistant Professor)

Diffusion-Controlled Fractures and Material Degradation due to Hydrogen Embrittlement

Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology / alla.balueva@aerospace.gatech.edu

Rajesh Chanpura, 2001 (Ph.D. Student)

Fault reactivation as a result of reservoir depletion

Schlumberger / rchanpura@sugar-land.oilfield.slb.com

Christopher D. Corrigan,  2001 (M.S. Student) Hydraulic fracture in particulate materials Geosyntec (Atlanta, GA) / ccorrigan@geosyntec.com
Dmitriy Astakhov, 2000 (Ph.D. Student) Permeability evolution as a result of fluid-rock interaction Pinnacles Technologies (Bakersfield, CA) /  dmitriy.astakhov@pinntech.com
Sheamus M. Kelleher, 1999 (M.S. Student) Mechanics of fracture in compression  
Steve Aiose, 1999 (B.Sc. Student) Magma chambers beneath mid ocean ridges  
Brian de Martin, 1998 (B.Sc. Student) Laser-induced fractures in transparent materials bjd@mit.edu / http://www.mit.edu/~bjd/home.html