Yonsei University

 

  Spring 2016

Under Construction

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

 

  Spring 2015

Modelling Techniques for Hydrogeology (GeoSci 730: Syllabus); Department of Geosciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Description: This course covers the study and application of groundwater models by providing fundamental understanding of groundwater and solute transport in porous media. We will discuss the principles, methods, assumptions, and limitations of groundwater models, as well as practical examples with Groundwater Vista Software based on USGS MODFLOW. The first half of the course will review the concepts and theories of groundwater flow and transport with introducing the finite difference technique. The second half of the course features practical exercises with the Groundwater Vistas flow model and a compatible particle/solute transport model in heterogeneous porous media. These exercises will focus on building the sound decision-making of model parameters and performance such as initial/boundary conditions, sources/sinks, calibration, and sensitivity analyses. In addition, the advanced transport mechanisms such as particle tracking theory, density dependent flow, unsaturated flow, multiphase transport and multi-species reactive transport will be introduced briefly.

 

  Fall 2014

Physical Hydrogeology (GeoSci 463: Syllabus); Department of Geosciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Description: This course covers the fundamental understanding of groundwater resources/transports, aquifer properties, and well hydraulics. The first half of the course will cover the concepts and theories (Darcy's law) of groundwater flow with introducing aquifer properties and well hydraulics. The second half of the course features practical aspects in the groundwater flows such as topograhy-driven groundwater flow, groundwater quality, salt water intrusion, the introduction to the groundwater modeling, and contaminant transport.

  Spring 2014

Fluid Transport in Porous Media (GeoSci 696: Syllabus); Department of Geosciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Description: The primary goal of the course is to study the fundamental theory of groundwater, solute, heat transports, density-dependent flow, reactive transport, and multiphase-transport in the subsurface. The second gold is to discuss their role on various geologic processes such as salt-water intrusion, vadose zone transport crustal heat transport, geyser, hydrocarbon migration, ore
deposits, diagenesis et al.

 

Modelling Techniques for Hydrogeology (GeoSci 730: Syllabus); Department of Geosciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

 Fall 2013

Physical Hydrogeology (GeoSci 463: Syllabus); Department of Geosciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  Fall 2012

Physical Hydrogeology (GeoSci 463: Syllabus); Department of Geosciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

 

Field Methods in Hydrogeology (GeoSci 563: Syllabus); Department of Geosciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Description: This course oriented to teach field aspect of groundwater research. The physical hydrogeology (Geo Sci 463) is prerequisite. Students will have opportunity to conduct stream gauging, near surface geophysical survey, slug test, pumping test, infiltrometer test, and groundwater sampling. Additionally, a borehole (<30ft) will be drilled with the department owned rig and the piezometer will be installed at the field site.

 

Drilling Soil Boring Drilling
Slug Test Seismic Survey GPS Survey

 

  Spring 2012

Modelling Techniques for Hydrogeology (GeoSci 730: Syllabus); Department of Geosciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  Fall 2011

Physical Hydrogeology<0/strong> (GeoSci 463); Department of Geosciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  Fall 2010

 

Carbon Capture and Storage (CVEEN 7920); Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Utah; co-teaching

  Spring 2008

Hydrology (CVEEN 3420); Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Utah; co-teaching

  Spring 2006

Hydrogeologic Processes (HYD 521); Earth and Environmental Science; New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology; Teaching Assistant

  Fall 2004

Groundwater Hydrology (HYD 503); Earth and Environmental Science; New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology; Teaching Assistant

 

Department of Earth System Sciences (지구시스템과학과)

 Yonsei University (연세대학교)

Room 211, Bldg. 323 (과학원 323동, 211호)

50 Yonsei-ro, Seodaemun-gu (서울시 서대문구 연세로 50)

Seoul, Korea 03722 (서울, 대한민국, 우편번호 03722)