Michael C Sukop
Office: PC 326, PC 326A, AHC5 369
Department(s): Earth and Environment, Southeast Environmental Research Center
- Ph.D. University of Kentucky, 2001
- M.S. Washington State University, 1989
- B.S. The Pennsylvania State University, 1982
Research is focused on computational fluid dynamics in cavernous, fractured, and porous media. Solute transport in these complex media and its simulation, including inverse modeling, are key interests. This research is done at pore to aquifer scales using both traditional groundwater models and lattice Boltzmann models. Single and multi-phase lattice Boltzmann models figure prominently in research aimed at better methods for solute transport in karst aquifers, and for water and nonaqueous fluid behavior in fractured and porous media – especially unsaturated media. Dr. Sukop maintains ongoing interests in fractals, multifractals, cellular automata, percolation phenomena, geostatistics, and surface chemistry and their applications. To view my website click here.