What we can learn from natural CO2 reservoirs

As mentioned in the last blog post I was able to publish my work on naturally occuring CO2 reservoirs in an article with the lengthy title “Controls on CO2 storage security in natural reservoirs and implications for CO2 storage site selection” inĀ International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. Following the publication I was contacted by EngineeringJournal.ie…

It’s over! Finally…

I finished my PhD! Yay me! It has been quiet here for the last months (nearly a year), so lets see how I managed to finish šŸ™‚ The Viva, or oral examination/defense, of a PhD thesis in the British system is different from many other countries. Some of the key differences areĀ (1) that it is…

Some stats about coffee (and work)

Some of you might know that I… well like stats (just like I like sandstones, but that is a different matter). Last year I started recording my coffee consumption to see if there were any significant changes over time (because, why wouldn’t you do that?). I also started using a time tracking software to see…

Writing a PhD Thesis in LaTeX (part 2)

One of my most popular posts is Writing a PhD Thesis in LaTeX. I wrote that post at the start of my long journey through writing up land and I thought it would be nice of me to share some of the things I have learned about LaTeX during this journey! This also includes an…