Our research group is dedicated to better understanding geochemical reactions often coupled to fluid transport.
The processes of interest may range from the pore to the regional environmental scale. We also work on opportunities for improving long-term environmental sustainability through geochemically engineered solutions. Members of our group have expertise in thermodynamics and kinetics, mine site contamination and remediation, carbon and nutrient dynamics in estuaries, and the geochemistry of geological carbon storage including experiments at field scale.
Our current research is dedicated towards a better understanding of the geochemistry of geological carbon storage. We are part of the Peter Cook Centre for CCS Research and a partner of the CO2CRC. Our research is supported by our new Fluid Flow and Geochemistry Laboratory.