Sanghyun Lee, Ph.D

● Apr. 2016 -- Research Associate at the Center for Subsurface Modeling (Director: Dr. Mary F. Wheeler)
                  in the Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES) at the University of Texas at Austin.
  Recent research is focusing on ● Aug. 2014 -- Mar. 2016: Postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Subsurface Modeling (Director: Dr. Mary F. Wheeler)
                  in the Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES) at the University of Texas at Austin.

● Aug. 2014: Ph.D in Mathematics from the Texas A&M University under Dr. Andrea Bonito .
  Ph.D thesis titled 'Numerical simulations of bouncing jets' was focusing on

Recent Interest

● Big data analytics for extraction of fracture related information in subsurface systems and advanced computational approaches for modeling fracture propagation by using Biot system and phase field to couple flow and geomechanics.
● Article about fluid filled fracture propagation in the Center for Subusrface Modeling Link
Movie for the talk at UCLA IPAM titled : Pressurized and Fluid filled fracture propagation in porous media using phase field approach
 




Research Interest

● Design, analysis and implementation of numerical methods for partial differential equations.
● Computational mathematics with high performance computing in the area of interdisciplinary multi physics and multi scale real world problems
● Free boundary multiphase problems employing projection methods for Navier Stokes systems and level set methods with adaptive finite element methods. Link
● Analyses and computations of newly developed 'enriched Galerkin' approximation methods for coupling flow and transport for complexed fluid in porous media.

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