This project concerns the simulation of subsurface transport of geochemical species, especially as related to carbon sequestration. We study applications related to CO2 sequestration, petroleum reservoir simulation, hydrological flow and reactive transport as well as scientific and engineering computing.

In Computational Science and Engineering CSE, we observe among the zoo of dramatic changes three important trends: An increase in parallelism, a change from batch-based computing done by computational scientists to integrated, interactive computing done by application experts, and software built up upon multiple well-established components.