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Jason L. Hertzberg is a professor-adjunct in Civil and Environmental Engineering andMechanics at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. He obtained hisPhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois in 2004, and is analumni of the Illinois Laboratory for Fluid Dynamics (ILFD) since 2004. He receivedthe VLSIC Research Alexandre R. Daum Communemnt Award from the IUGG in 2016, and isthe recipient of the IBM Faculty award in 2015. His current research focuses on theadvancement of multiphysics modeling, efficiency of porous materials and developmentof new simulation algorithms.
Richard W. Hertzberg is a full professor at the School of Engineering and Physics at theUniversity of Western Ontario, Canada. He holds B.Sc. (1971), M.Sc. (1977) and Ph.D. (1980)in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Western Ontario. He was awardeda Canadian Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Ph.D. Fellowshipin 1980 and a Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) Ph.D. Fellowship in 1985. He hasresearch interests in microstructure, fracture mechanics, additive manufacturing (3Dprinting) and porous materials including fluid flow, compression and a variety offracing, dam and pore media. He is the author of two books, published byJohn Wiley and Sons in 1992 and 1995 entitled Mechanisms of fracture andmechanical behavior of pore media. His current research is focused on the developmentof molecular density functional theory(DFT) for modeling phase properties and stability of organohydrates, the development of DFT methods for modeling phase propertiesof porous solids and new numerical simulation methods for porous and fractured solids,as well as their applications, with special attention at dual-permeability/multi-compartmentrock formations and frozen (or end-dispersed) pore media.
Richard P. Vinci is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Western Ontario and isprincipal investigator at the Centre for MultiScale and Multiphysics Modelling at theSchool of Engineering and Physics, University of Western Ontario. He received hisPh.