Jongwon Jung, Ph.D.

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

 

3230B Patrick Taylor Hall

Louisiana State University

Baton Rouge, LA 70803

 

Phone: (225) 578-9471 / Fax: (225) 578-4945

jjung@lsu.edu

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

  • Ph.D. - 2010 Geosystems Engineering, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA.
  • M.Sc. - 2008 Geosystems Engineering, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA.
  • M.Sc. - 2004 Geotechnical Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea. B.Sc

 

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

  • 08/2012-Current Assistant Professor Louisiana State University
  • 01/2012-08/2012 Adjunct Instructor San Jose State University
  • 01/2011-07/2012 Post-doctoral Researcher Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • 08/2006-12/2010 Graduate Research Assistant Georgia Institute of Technology
  • 08/2004-07/2006 Assistant Senior Engineer Sam-Ki Engineering Co., Ltd
  • 08/2002-07/2004 Graduate Research Assistant Korea University
  • 12/1998-07/2002 Assistant Senior Engineer Dong-Yang Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Energy geotechnical engineering – Energy Recovery - Understanding of geo-process including physical, chemical characterization and multi phases flow in petroleum, methane hydrate, geological CO2 sequestration, and geothermal energy, enhanced oil recovery. Sustainable use of engineered geo-material - Fundamental understanding into fabric formation and evolution, stiffness, friction, conduction, clogging, and thermo-hydro-chemo-bio-mechanical coupled process. Sensor application to geo-engineering - Development of sensor networking using elastic P-, S- and electromagnetic waves to monitor subsurface and pavement systems and to detect indiscriminant geo-events. Development of numerical tools - Development of thermal-hydraulic-chemical-mechanical coupled analyses tools, discrete element method (DEM) simulation taking into consideration of seepage forces, and pore networking model including experimental micro-model

 

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Jongwon Jung