Starts 16 Sep 2016 11:30
Ends 16 Sep 2016 12:30
Central European Time
Nanogeoscience is a rapidly rising star in the field of geosciences with applications in environment science & engineering, and development of resource engineering. In this presentation, I’ll briefly overview the scope of nanogeosciences. After that, I’ll focus on four different topics: (1) how to make a full molecular model of crude oil, which we called it “digital oil”; (2) how the interfacial structures change when salt in aqueous solutions changes, and what is the typical consequence in oil production; (3) how the molecule behaves differently in nanopores (as the case of shale gas system) as revealed by NMR relaxation time measurement; (4) what are our current efforts for CO2 mineralization using first-principles molecular dynamics.

In collaboration with Yoshihiro Masuda (the University of Tokyo), Toshifumi Matsuoka, Sumihiko Murata, Kazuya Kobayashi, Ryutaro Hibi, Kanako Tagami, Nobuhito Yoshitani, (Kyoto University), Takeshi Tsuji, Jihui Jia (Kyushu University), and Masato Morimoto (AIST).