A multiple space and time scale approach for the quantification of deep saline formations for CO2 storage
Andrew Cliffe, a brilliant scientist and most importantly a great colleague and friend passed away on Jan 5th, 2014, all too prematurely at the age of 60. We shall keep in our memories his friendship, his kindness and his tremendous professional skills. Farewell to a friend.
Andrew was Professor of Computational and Applied Mathematics at the School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham. His research concerned developing, analyzing and applying computational techniques for problems ranging from fundamental science to industrial applications. He was also interested in how to represent and quantify uncertainty using numerical methods. Applications of this work included assessing the safety of potential underground repositories for radioactive wastes and understanding the spread of carbon dioxide in deep saline aquifers in the context of Carbon Capture and Storage schemes.