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Yuhe Wang

Assistant Professor
petroleum Engineering
Texas A&M University at Qatar


Yuhe Wang completed his ​Ph.D., Petroleum Engineering, Texas A&M University, 2013 M.S., Chemistry, Wake Forest University, 2009 B.S., Materials Science, Central South University, 2007

Research Interest

Dr. Wang’s research group in Cross-Scale Subsurface Flow Dynamics (CSSFD) addresses the frontier challenges in cross-scale flow dynamics in the areas of subsurface energy and environment, such as hydrocarbon recovery and CO2 storage. Using computer modeling, imaging/visualization, high performance computing and artificial intelligence, his research aim to reveal key mechanisms and insights at small scale and then scale up through mathematical formulation and computation to feed into large scale applications, to develop improved predictive models optimizing the economic exploitation of subsurface resources while minimizing environmental impacts. His current particular interests include: Multicontinuum and multiscale modeling and simulation; Pore scale modeling; Direct visualization and microfluidics; CO2 enhanced oil recovery and sequestration; Carbonate and unconventional reservoirs; Groundwater reactive and contamination Flow Simulation;


  • H. Song, Y. Wang, J. Wang, Z. Li. (2016). Unifying diffusion and seepage for nonlinear gas transport in multiscale porous media. Chemical Physics Letters, In Press

  • I. Akkutlu, Y. Efendiev, M. Vasilyeva, Y. Wang. (2016). Multiscale model reduction for shale gas transport in a coupled discrete fracture and dual-continuum media. (Under review)

  • Na. Zhang, Q. Sun, Y. Wang. (2016). An adaptive multiscale mixed finite element model for flow through highly heterogeneous porous media. (Under review)

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