東亞水環境可持續發展研究中心 (WEEA)

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Senior Research Fellow (Zhenxue Dai)
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Zhenxue Dai

Professor,Jilin University

  Email:dzx@jlu.edu.cn


Education

Universityof La Coruña, Spain, Civil Engineering, Ph.D. Cum Laude, 2000

Central Coal Mining Research Institute, China, Hydrogeology, M.S., 1989

Changchun University ofGeology, China, Hydrogeology, B.A., 1984


Appointments

Dean, distinguished professor, 2016.12 - now, School of engineering, Jilin University.

Senior Staff Scientist2013.1-2016.12, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL).

Tenured Staff Scientist, 2008.1-2013.1, Los Alamos NationalLaboratory (LANL).

Scientist, tenure-track2005.10-2008.1Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL).

Hydrologist, 2004.9-2005.10,Advanced Environmental Solutions, LLC

Postdoctoral fellow,2001.1-2004.8, WrightState University, WSU.

Senior Engineer,1995.12-1997.4, Xi'an branch of China Academy of CoalSciences.

Engineer,1989.5-1995.12, Xi'an branch of China Academy of Coal Sciences.

Adjunct Professor, 2009.1-now, Florida State University (FSU)

Adjunct Professor, 2013.1-now, Wright State University (WSU)

Adjunct Professor, 2010.1-2015.12, Chang'an University

Honors and Awards

1.National "Thous and People Plan" Specially-invited ExpertJune 2017

Superior performance and teamwork awards, Los Alamos National Lab, 2012.

2.Outstanding Scientist Award, Los Alamos AwardsProgram, 2011.

3.A Fellowof theGeological Society of America,since 2010.

4.Excellent organizer of Brown Bag SeminarSeries, Brown Bag Los Alamos Awards Program, 2009.  

5.Early Promotion for (tenured) Staff Scientist,Los Alamos National Lab, 2008.

6.Outstanding Innovation and TechnologyTransfer Awards, Los Alamos National Lab, 2008.

7.Cum Laude distinction PhD, University of LaCoruña, Spain, 2000.


Peer-Reviewed Publications

1.Wolfsberg,A., Z. Dai*,L. Zhu and P. Reimus, T.Xiao, D. Ware, Colloid-facilitated Plutonium Transport in Fractured Tuffaceous Rock, for Environmental Science & Technology, 51 (10), 5582 –5590, 2017.

2.Dai,Z.*,Pre-test evaluation of data worth for a pump-test in a geologically complex multiple-scale subsurface system, Water Resources Research, in review, 2017.

3.Jia, W., B. McPherson, F. Pan, Z. Dai, N. Moodie, T. Xiao, Impact of Three-Phase Relative Permeability and Hysteresis Models on Forecasts of Storage Associated with CO2-EOR, Water Resources Research, in press, 2017.

4.Dai, Z., Y. Zhang, P.H. Stauffer,M. Kang, C. Yang, Y. Zhou, W. Ampomah, M. Ding, M. Soltanian,Heterogeneity-enhanced gravitational trapping processes of CO2sequestration in offshore marine sediments,  Geophysical Research Letters, in review, 2017.

5.Dai,Z.,H. Viswanathan, T. Xiao, R. Middleton, F. Pan, W. Ampomah, C. Yang, Y. Zou, W.Jia, S. Lee, M. Cather, R. Balch, and B. McPherson, CO2 Sequestration and Enhanced Oil Recovery at Depleted Oil/Gas Reservoirs, Energy Procedia,1146957-6967, 2017.

6.Dai,Z.,Y. Zhang, P.H. Stauffer, T. Xiao, M. Zhang, W. Ampomah, C. Yang, Y. Zhou, M.Ding, M. Soltanian, J. Bielicki, R. Middleton, Injectivity Evaluation for Off shore CO2 Sequestration in Marine Sediments, Energy Procedia,1142921-2932, 2017.

7.Xiao, T., Z. Dai*, H. Viswanathan, A. Hakala, M. Cather, W. Jia, Y. Zhang, B. McPherson, Arsenic mobilization in shallow aquifers dueto CO2 and brine intrusion from storage reservoirs,Scientific Reports, 7, 2763, 2017.

8. Dai,Z*., H. Viswanathan, R. Middleton, F. Pan, W. Ampomah, C. Yang, W. Jia, S. Lee, B. McPherson, R. Balch, R.Grigg, and M. White, CO2 Accounting and Risk Analysis for CO2 Sequestration atEnhanced Oil Recovery Sites, Environmental Science& Technology, 50 (14), 7546−75542016.

9. Wang, W., Z. Dai*, Y. Zhao, J. Li, L. Duan,Z. Wang, L. Zhu, A quantitative analysis of hydraulic interaction processes instream-aquifer systems, Scientific Reports,6: 19876, 2016.

10. Zhu, L., Z. Dai*, H.Gong, C. Gable, P. Teatini, Statistic inversion of multi-zone transitionprobability models for aquifer characterization in alluvial fans, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 30(3), 1005-1016, 2016.

11. Dai, Z., P. Stauffer, J. Carey, R. Middleton, Z.Lu, J. Jacobs, L. Spangle, K. Hnottavange-Telleen, Pre-site characterization risk analysis for commercial-scale carbon sequestration, Environmental Science & Technology, 48 (7), 3908–3915, 2014.

12. Dai, Z., E. Keating, D. Bacon, H. Viswanathan, R.Pawar, Probabilistic Evaluation for Shallow Groundwater Resources at a Potential Carbon Sequestration Site, ScientificReports, 4: 4006, 2014.

13. Dai, Z., R. Middleton, H. Viswanathan, J.Fessenden-Rahn, J. Bauman, R.Pawar, S. Lee and B. McPherson, An integrated framework for optimizing CO2 sequestration and enhanced oil recovery, Environmental Science & Technology Letters, 1:49-54, 2014.

14. Yang, C., Z. Dai, K. Romanak, S. Hovorka, R. Trevino, Inverse Modeling of Water-Rock-CO2 Batch Experiments: Implications for Potential Impacts on Groundwater Resources at Carbon Sequestration Sites, Environmental Science& Technology, 48 (5), 2798–2806, 2014.

15. Dai, Z.*, H. Viswanathan, J. Fessenden-Rahn, R.Middleton, Uncertainty Quantification for CO2-Enhanced Oil Recovery, Energy Procedia, 63, 7685-7693, 2014. (no IF)

16.Dai, Z.*, A. Wolfsberg, P. Reimus, H. Deng, E. Kwicklis, M.Ding, D. Ware and M. Ye, Identification of sorption processes and parametersfor radionuclide transport in fractured rock, J. of Hydrol., v 414–415, p220–230, 2012.

17.Dai, Z.*, E. Keating, C.W. Gable, D. Levitt, J. Heikoop, A.Simmons, Stepwise inversion of a groundwater flow model with multi-scale observation data, Hydrogeology Journal,18: 607-624, 2010.

18.Dai, Z.*, A. Wolfsberg, Z. Lu, and H. Deng, Scale dependenceof sorption coefficients for contaminant transport in saturated fractured rock,Geophysical Research Letters, 36,L01403, 2009.

19.Dai, Z.*, J. Samper, A. Wolfsberg, and D. Levitt, Identification of relative conductivity models for water flow and solute transport in unsaturated compacted bentonite, Physics and Chem. of theEarth, 33, S177-S185, 2008.  

20.Dai, Z.*, A. Wolfsberg, Z. Lu, and P. Reimus, Upscalingmatrix diffusion coefficients for heterogeneous fractured rocks, Geophysical Research Letters, 34,L07408, 2007.

21.Dai, Z.*, A. Wolfsberg, Z. Lu, and R. Ritzi, Representing Aquifer Architecture in Macrodispersivity Models with an Analytical Solution of the Transition Probability Matrix, Geophysical Research Letters, 34, L20406, 2007.

22.Dai, Z.* and J. Samper, Inverse modeling of water flow andmulticomponent reactive transport in

23.Dai, Z.*, J. Samper, and R. Ritzi, Identifying geochemical processes by inverse modeling of multicomponent reactive transport in Aquiaaquifer, Geosphere, v. 2(4), p.210-219, June, 2006.

24. Dai, Z., R. Ritzi, and D. Dominic, Improving permeability semivariograms with transition probability models of hierarchical sedimentary architecture derived from outcrop-analog studies, Water Resour. Res., 41, W07032, 2005.

25.Dai, Z.* and J. Samper, Inverse problem of multicomponent reactive chemical transport in porous media: Formulation and applications, Water Resour. Res.40,  W074071-W0740718, 2004.

26.Dai, Z.*, R.Ritzi, C. Huang, D. Dominic, and Y. Rubin, Transport in heterogeneous sediments with multimodal conductivity and hierarchical organization across scales, J. of Hydrology, v.294, 1-3, p. 68-86,2004.

27.Dai, Z., R. Ritzi, and D. Dominic, Estimating Parameters forHierarchical Permeability Correlation Models, Aquifer Characterization, SEPM Publishers, No. 80, p. 41–54, 2004.

28.Dai, Z.*, R. Ritzi, D. Dominic and Y. Rubin, EstimatingSpatial Correlation Structure for Permeability in Sediments with HierarchicalOrganization, Groundwater QualityModeling and Management Under Uncertainty, Ed. by S. Mishra, American Society of Civil Engineers,p.83-100, 2003. (No IF)



Editorialand Review

1.International Organizing Committee, International Conferenceon Geo-Mechanics, Geo-Energyand Geo-Resources - 28, 29 September,  2016

2.EditorialBoard Member of Scientific Reports, Nature PublishingGroup, since 2015.

3.EditorialBoard Member of Geomechanics and Geophysics for Geo-Energy andGeo-ResourcesSpringersince2017.

4.AssociateEditor of Journal ofAlgorithms and Optimization (JAO), The World Academic Publishing Co., Ltd, since2012.

5.AssociateEditorThe ScientificWorld Journal, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, since 2012.

6.GuestAssociate Editor of twospecial volumes (April and June, 2006) on “ModelingFlow and Transport in Chemically and Physically Heterogeneous Media” forJournal Geosphere, 2006.

7.nvitedproposal reviewer for American Chemical Society, PetroleumResearch Fund (since 2012).

8.Invitedproposal reviewer for NationalScience Foundation-Division of Earth Sciences, Hydrologic SciencesProgram (2006-present).

9.Invitedproposal reviewer for ExperimentalProgram to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) of the Department ofEnergy (2007).


Reviewer for Journals:

Nature Climate Change, GeophysicalResearch Letters, Environmental Science & Technology, Int. J. of Greenhouse Gas Control, J.of Contaminant Hydrology, Water Resources Research, Advance in Water Resources,J. of Hydrology, Transport in Porous Media, Geosphere, Hydrologic processes, HydrologicalSciences Journal, Hydrogeology J. and Ground Water.