Catrin Harris
Early Career Researcher
First-year postgraduate PhD researcher within the Earth Science and Engineering department at Imperial College London. I am part of the DTP transition to a sustainable zero pollution society. I previously graduated with a MSci Chemical Physics from the University of Bristol. My PhD project studies advanced petrophysics for the characterisation of CO2 trapping mechanisms for geological carbon storage, with supervisor’s Dr Sam Krevor and Prof Ann Muggeridge. The project uses novel digital rock core technology, including micro and medical x-ray CT, to improve our understanding of capillary and dissolution trapping of CO2 in the subsurface. The impact of rock heterogeneity on upscaled residual trapping is evaluated through experiment and numerical models.
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