Pictures

  • Doctoral Hooding Ceremony, June 2014

    Birendra Jha, Christos Nicolaides and Peter Kang celebrated their PhD at the hooding ceremony. Congratulations!!

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  • Peter's Defense, May 2014

    Peter Kang successfully defended his PhD dissertation, titled Anomalous Transport in Porous and Fractured Media. Congratulations, Peter!! Here, we show Peter demonstrating fluid flow through a fractured jello matrix, courtesy of Ben, and showcasing a fractured cake, courtesy of Ruby.

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  • Christos' Defense, May 2014

    Christos Nicolaides successfully defended his PhD dissertation, titled Dynamic Processes on Complex Networks: from Disease Spreading to Neural Activity. Congratulations, Christos!!

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  • Birendra's Defense, December 2013

    Birendra Jha successfully defended his PhD dissertation, titled Flow through porous media: From mixing of fluids to triggering of earthquakes. Congratulations, Birendra!! Here, we show Birendra signing his name on the fire hydrant in the Parsons Lab, a long-standing tradition for newly minted PhD students.

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  • Lake Tahoe, December 2013

    After attending the 2013 Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco, the Juanes Group enjoyed a weekend at Lake Tahoe.

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  • Mike's Defense, April 2013

    Michael Szulczewski successfully defended his PhD dissertation, titled The Subsurface Fluid Mechanics of Geologic CO2 Storage. Congratulations, Mike!! Here, we show Mike demonstrating his competence in sequestering whipped cream into a blueberry cake formation, following the now famous Juanes Group tradition.

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  • Napa Valley, December 2011

    After attending the 2011 Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco, the Juanes Group enjoyed a weekend at the Napa Valley.

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  • Chris's Defense, December 2011

    Chris MacMinn successfully defended his PhD dissertation, titled Migration and Trapping of CO2 in Saline Aquifers. Congratulations, Chris!! Here, we show Chris demonstrating his competence in sequestering whipped cream into a strawberry cake formation.

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  • Lake Tahoe, December 2010

    After attending the 2010 Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco, the Juanes Group enjoyed a weekend at Lake Tahoe.

    Rain, rain...

  • Students teach class on flow through fractured media

    On November 20-21, 2010, Ben Scandella and Peter Kang taught classes on flow through fracturing media for middle and high school students as part of MIT's Splash! program. Motivated by the search for unconventional fossil fuel energy sources, students carried out experiments injecting air and dyed water into gelatine and reproduced the results in numerical simulations. Peter and Ben have taught similar classes on groundwater flow through heterogeneous material and plan to continue - look out for future offerings!

    Fracturing jello for science.

  • Lake Tahoe, December 2009

    After attending the 2009 Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco, the Juanes Group enjoyed a weekend at Lake Tahoe.

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