Earth Sciences Division Staff: Yingqi Zhang
Yingqi Zhang is a hydrogeologist in Earth Sciences Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. She has research interests/experience in numerical modeling of multiphase flow in porous media; inverse modeling; optimization, uncertainty and risk analysis. Applications include geological carbon sequestration, groundwater monitoring network design, environmental remediation design, geothermal system, nuclear waste management.
Numerical modeling of multiphase flow in porous media; Optimization; uncertainty and risk analysis; parameterization, geostatistical methods. Applications include geological carbon sequestration; groundwater monitoring network design; environmental remediation; geothermal system and nuclear waste management.
- 2002 - Doctorate, University of Vermont (UVM), Burlington, Vermont, Major field: Hydrogeology
- 1995 - Master, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Major field: Hydrology and Water Resources
- 1993 - Bachelor, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Major field: Hydraulic & Hydropower Construction Engineering, Minor field: Electronics and Computer Technology
- since 2006 Geological Scientist, Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, California
- 2003 – 2006 Post-Doctoral Fellow, Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, California
- 1998 – 2002 Research Assistant, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Vermont (UVM), Burlington, VT
- 1996 – 1998 Project Engineer, Hydraulic Design and Planning Institute, Beijing, China
- Extended and documented a groundwater flow and transport model (PTC – Princeton Transport Code) to include the unsaturated zone (VTC);
- Implemented Latin-hypercube sampling method into iTOUGH2