I am a mechanical/energy resources engineer with strong background in modeling and simulation. I have worked in modeling porous media, turbulence and heat transfer. My professional experience also includes software development and natural gas combined cycle power plant operations. Currently, I am pursuing my Ph.D in energy resources engineering at Stanford University. I am very interested in developing new approaches for modeling flow and transport in porous media.
Honors & Awards
ETH Excellence Scholarship, ETH Zurich (9/2012 - 9/2014)
Frank G. Miller Fellowship Award, Energy Resources Engineering department (Spring 2015)
Hamdi Tchelepi, Doctoral (Program)
Service, Volunteer and Community Work
President of SPE Stanford student chaper, Stanford University (April 4, 2016 - Present)
Business development officer, Stanford Energy Club, Stanford Energy Club
Tennis, music, running, hiking
Current Research and Scholarly Interests
I study models for flow in porous media. In particular, I am interested in the class of nonlocal models and stochastic models, which I believe are relevant for simplifying the workflow for reservoir simulation. The fact that these models can also be used in multiple scales makes them an even better candidate for modeling subsurface flow.
- Quantifying flow uncertainty in heterogeneous porous media using random walk simulations 71st Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics
- Non-local formulation for multiscale flow in porous media JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY 2015; 531: 649-654