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Dr Lee Hosking MEng, PhD

Dr Lee Hosking

MEng, PhD

Research Assistant

Yr Ysgol Peirianneg

Email
hoskingl@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone
029 2087 0497
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C/4.08, Adeiladau'r Frenhines, 5 The Parade, Heol Casnewydd, Caerdydd, CF24 3AA
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My research interests lie in the computational modelling of coupled thermal, hydraulic, chemical and mechanical (THCM) behaviour in the geoenvironment. I am particularly experienced in the study of reactive transport processes in fractured rock in response to high pressure gas injection and displacement. It was in this area that I developed a theoretical and computational modelling platform as part of my doctoral research at Cardiff University’s Geoenvironmental Research Centre.

Throughout my PhD and into my current post, I have applied the developed model in the study of geological carbon sequestration, a technology which involves isolating carbon dioxide in the geoenvironment that would otherwise be emitted into the atmosphere. As part of an integrated energy system, carbon sequestration is widely regarded as a key part of strategies for climate change adaptation and mitigation.

This research is part of a £24.5 million research project, named FLEXIS, focused upon meeting the global energy needs of the future. As leader of the Carbon Sequestration in Coal and Soil work package, my ambition is to help coordinate work in this area to ultimately enhance our understanding of the geoenvironment for such geoenergy applications.


Energy and Environment

Education and qualifications

  • 2014: PhD Geoenvironmental Engineering, Cardiff University
  • 2010: MEng Civil Engineering, Cardiff University, First Class (Hons)

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