We edit a special section in the journal "Geophysics" entitled: Hydromechanical phenomena at the pore scale and their upscaling. We encourage everybody to submit their recent work until 1st of July 2018.
We invite everybody to consider submitting their recent work to this special section.
We will work according to the following timeline:
Submission deadline: 1 July 2018
Peer review complete: 1 February 2019
Publication in the issue: May–June 2019
The Rock Physics Network was founded at ETH Zurich (ROCKETH) is now an interdisciplinary and international group of researchers combining expertise in numerical modeling, lab-measurements, field-investigations, and statistics to better understand the physical properties of fully or partially fluid-saturated porous and fractured rocks. Visit our team
We are one of the most active basic research groups worldwide to investigate and explore modern theoretical concepts and methods in the field of rock physics. One of our main strengths is the combination of laboratory and digital rock physics. We develop and apply both laboratory equipment and numerical algorithms, which allows us to perform more thorough research and to better calibrate our results. Browse our publications
We can apply our methods and knowledge to hydrocarbon reservoirs, gas-storage sites, nuclear waste deposits, hydrothermal facilities, CO2-sequestration, gas-hydrates, and engineering materials, such as concrete. Browse our publications
We are now seeking for new partners to provide us with industry-related rock physics challenges. Contact us