Researcher

Dr Yu Jing

My Expertise

Dr Yu Jing is Scientia Fellow in School of Minerals and Energy Resources Engineering at UNSW.

Her research focuses on characterising subsurface formation rocks to gain insight into the underground fluids flow behaviours, such as natural gas, oil and groundwater. She is particularly interested in fracture modelling for coal seam gas reservoirs with the application of micro-CT imaging, and modelling multiphysics gas transport and sorption in coal. Recently her work is focused on estimating greenhouse gas emission of coal mines.

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My Qualifications

  • 2017, Doctor of Philosophy, Petroleum Engineering, University of New South Wales, Australia 
  • 2013, Master of Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, University of New South Wale, Australia  
  • 2011, Bachelor of Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Southwest Petroleum University, China 

My Awards

  • Future Women Leaders Conference Award -  UNSW (2019)
  • Scientia Fellowship - UNSW (2019)
  • Postdoctoral Writing...view more

My Qualifications

  • 2017, Doctor of Philosophy, Petroleum Engineering, University of New South Wales, Australia 
  • 2013, Master of Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, University of New South Wale, Australia  
  • 2011, Bachelor of Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Southwest Petroleum University, China 

My Awards

  • Future Women Leaders Conference Award -  UNSW (2019)
  • Scientia Fellowship - UNSW (2019)
  • Postdoctoral Writing Fellowship - UNSW (2017)
  • Best Presentation in Postgraduate Research Symposium - UNSW (2017)
  • Australian Postgraduate Awards - UNSW (2016)
  • TFS Scholarship - UNSW (2014)
  • Sinopec Haiyang Scholarship - Southwest Petroleum University (2009)
  • Top HonourStudent Award - Southwest Petroleum University (2009-2011)

My Research Activities

  • Digital core analysis
  • Greenhouse gas emission estimation
  • Characterisation of coal seam gas reservoirs
  • Micro-CT imaging
  • Geostatistics acquisition of subsurface formation rocks 

For details, please check our research website: http://www.mutris.unsw.edu.au/


My Research Supervision


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Areas of supervision

I will be accepting 1-3 graduate students over the next three years.

I am particularly interested in PhD students with prior experience in digital core analysis and computational fluid dynamics,  an interest in experimental or numerical study of multiphysics gas flow in coal. I am also interested in highly motivated MS candidates.

Please feel free to contact me via email with any questions.

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Location

Room 218, Tyree Energy Technologies Building
UNSW Sydney
NSW 2052 Australia

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Contact

+61-2-9385 0789