Tianyu Jiang

Graduate Student

Babak will finish his PhD (Georgia Tech) this summer, working on reactive transport modeling.  He received an M.S. in Environmental Engineering form the Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran in 2006. He will be working on the development of pore-scale numerical models for reactive flow transport using the lattice Boltzmann numerical method. One of the central interest in this research is to understand how heterogeneities at different spatial scales influence reactive transport and ultimately built upscaling approaches to incorporate pore-scale effects into continuum scale transport models.

Employment and Education:

PhD candidate, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech, 2008-present.
MS in Atmospheric Sciences, Peking University, 2008.
BS in Atmospheric Sciences, Peking University, 2005.

(Curriculum Vitae)