PhD Fellow in Physics
Niels Bohr Institute
University of Copenhagen
2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
E-mail: linga [at] nbi [dot] dk (public key)
Phone: (+45) 53 81 78 33
I am a Bergen-raised theoretical-computational physicist. I
hold a MSc degree
in physics from
University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, wherein a
part of the education was carried out
at Université Pierre et
Marie Curie in Paris. Before embarking on my PhD studies I
worked (somewhat less than) a year as a researcher in
Energy Research, Trondheim.
I currently work mainly on modelling and simulation of flow
in and deformation of disordered materials, such as
fluid-saturated fractures and porous rocks. The preliminary
title of my PhD thesis is "Modelling deformation of
polycrystalline aggregates", and my supervisor is
Assoc. Prof. Joachim
Mathiesen. My PhD is a part of
- Physics of complex systems
- Fracture and creep
- Interface dynamics
- Transport in disordered media
- Non-equilibrium thermodynamics
- Modelling multiphase flow, with applications to carbon
capture and sequestration (CCS)
- Creep rupture of fiber bundles: A molecular dynamics investigation
GL, Pietro Ballone, Alex Hansen, Physical Review E 92, 022405 (2015).
- Two-phase nozzle flow and the subcharacteristic condition
GL, Peder Aursand, Tore
of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 426,
- A two-fluid model for vertical flow applied to CO2 injection wells
GL, Halvor Lund, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 51, 71-80 (2016).
- Self-similar distributions of fluid velocity and stress heterogeneity in a dissolving porous limestone
GL, François Renard, and Joachim Mathiesen, Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 122 (2017).
- Thermodynamic Modeling with Equations of State: Present
Challenges with Established
Ø. Wilhelmsen, A. Aasen, G. Skaugen,
P. Aursand, A. Austegard, E. Aursand, M. Aa. Gjennestad,
H. Lund, GL, and M. Hammer, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. [in press] (2017).
- A hierarchy of non-equilibrium two-phase flow models
GL, Submitted (2015).
- Stress Distribution in Fluid-Saturated Porous Solids: Interactions Between Elasticity, Fluid Flow, and Microstructure
GL, François Renard, and Joachim Mathiesen, FlowTrans, Strasbourg (Poster, 2015).
- Fat-tailed waiting-time distributions induce anomalous transport in porous media
GL, Anier Hernández-García, and Joachim Mathiesen, Complex Motion in Fluids, Twente (Poster, 2016).
- The Breaking Process of an Idealized Polymeric Bundle under Applied Tensile Stress
Supervisors: Alex Hansen, Pietro Ballone (MSc thesis, 2014).
- A Mathematical Study of Non-Equilibrium Two-Phase Flow
Supervisors: Ingve Simonsen, Morten Hammer, Alexandre Morin (Project thesis, 2013).
- Modelling and simulation of nanohole growth
Supervisor: Paola Atkinson (Project thesis, 2013)
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