The Bureau of Economic Geology The University of Texas at Austin Jackson School of Geosciences
Chris  Landry
Chris Landry Postdoctoral Fellow Bureau of Economic Geology
The University of Texas at Austin
University Station, Box X
Austin, Texas 78713-8924
E-mail: chris.landry@beg.utexas.edu Telephone: 512-232-7644 Fax: 512-471-0140
Professional Summary
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Education
B.S. Geology and Physics, Western Michigan University, December 2006
M.S. Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, December 2009
Ph.D. Energy and Mineral Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, May 2013
Professional Work Experience
Present Position: Postdoctoral Fellow, Bureau of Economic Geology (February 2013 - Present).

Research Assistant, The Pennsylvania State University (January 2009 - February 2013).

Teaching Assistant, The Pennsylvania State University (September 2007 - December 2010).

Teaching Assistant, Western Michigan University (July 2004 - August 2007).
Professional Societies
American Chemical Society
American Geophysical Union
Society of Petroleum Engineers
Awards and Honorary Societies
First Place Society of Petroleum Engineers Regional Student Paper Contest – Master’s Division, Eastern/Mid-Continent/Rockies SPE Regional Paper Contest, March 2010, Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania, 2010

Second Place Society of Petroleum Engineers International Student Paper Contest – Master’s Division, Society of Petroleum Engineers Annual Technical Conference, September 2010, Florence, Italy, 2010

Second Runner-up Graduate Student Paper Contest, Canadian International Petroleum Conference, June 2009, Calgary, Canada, 2009

2008 Marathon Alumni Centennial Graduate Fellowship, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, October 2008, Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania, 2008

2005-2006 Arts & Sciences Research and Creative Activities Award, College of Arts & Sciences, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 2005 - 2006

Outstanding Student Paper in the Division of Geochemistry, American Chemistry Society, 2006 National Meeting, Adsorption of metals to geomedia symposium, Atlanta, Georgia, 2006


Publications
Articles

Peer Reviewed

Landry C.J. Ayala O., and Karpyn Z. Lattice Boltzmann modeling and 4D x-ray computed microtomography imaging of fracture-matrix fluid transfer (In review).

Landry C.J., Ayala O., and Karpyn Z. Relative permeability of homogenous-wet and mixed-wet porous media as determined by pore-scale lattice Boltzmann modeling (In review).

Landry, C. J., and Karpyn, Z., 2013, Single-phase lattice Boltzmann simulations of pore-scale flow in fractured permeable media: International Journal of Oil, Gas and Coal Technology, 5(2/3), 182-206.

Landry, C. J., Karpyn, Z., and Piri, M., 2011, Pore-scale analysis of trapped immiscible fluid structures and fluid interfacial areas in oil-wet and water-wet bead packs: Geofluids, 11(2), 209-227.

Landry, C. J., Koretsky, C., Lund, T., Schaller M., and Das S., 2009, Surface complexation modeling of Co(II) on mixtures of hydrous ferric oxide, quartz and kaolinite: Geochimica et Cosmochica Acta, 73 , 3723-3737.


Thesis

Experimental pore-scale analysis of fluid interfacial areas in oil-wet and water-wet bead packs..


Dissertation

Pore-scale imaging and modeling of multiphase flow in fractured porous media.
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