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NGUYEN Van Linh

Van-Linh NGUYEN

Ph.D Student

Office : Belgrand B111
Email : van-linh.nguyen enpc.fr
Tel : + 33 1 64 15 35 64
Fax : + 33 1 64 15 35 62








Curriculum

  • 2012 – Present : Ph.D thesis prepared at the Laboratoire Navier\CERMES, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech (ENPC), Champs-sur-Marne, France.
    • Thesis titile : « Numerical modelling of the hydromechanical behaviour of multiphase fractured porous media : Analysis of fracture propagation conditions »
  • 2012 : Double Degree
    • Civil Engineering at the Ecole des Ponts ParisTech
    • Master 2 of Research MSROE at the Ecole des Ponts ParisTech (grade Very good)
  • 2009–2012 : Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, Champs-sur-Marne, France
    • Undergraduate student at the department of Civil Engineering and Construction (GCC).
    • 2011-2012 : Dual Degree Civil Engineering - Master 2 of Research MSROE (Mécanique des Sols, des Roches et des Ouvrages dans leur Environnement) proposed by the École des Ponts ParisTech, the Ecole Centrale Paris et the Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI)
  • 2005-2009 : National University of Civil Engineering (ENSGC), Hanoï, Vietnam
    • Undergraduate student of The Program for Engineering courses of Excellence in Vietnam (P.F.I.E.V) in collaboration with the ENPC.
    • Major : Infrastructure of Transport.
  • 2005 : Baccalaureate in Sciences in Vietnam, grade Very good.

Research Topics

  • Hydromechanical coupling in fractured porous multiphase media
  • Geological storage of CO2

Teaching

  • 2013-2014 : Co-supervisor of the Master internship of Ms VO Thi-Dong (Master 2 of Research MSROE) : "Modeling of hydraulic fracturing in geomaterials", defended on 25 June 2014

Professional experience

  • 2010-2011 (14 months) : Internship at the Calculations and Special Research Cell, Direction of Engineering, French National Company of Railways (SNCF)

Other activities

  • Member of the Organizing Committee of the Franco-Vietnamese Conference (CIGOS 2015)
  • Member of the French Committee for Rock Mechanics (CFMR)
  • Secretary-General of the Association of Civil Engineering, Mechanics and Materials (GCMM) (Asso. Loi 1901)
  • Secretary-General of the Association of Doctoral Students and Researchers at the Ecole des Ponts ParisTech (ADEC) (Asso. Loi 1901)

Publications

  • Publications in peer-reviewed International Journals
    • A. Pouya, V.-L. Nguyen, S. Ghabezloo (2015) Hydraulic fracture propagation under steady state flow, International Journal of Solids and Structures, (Submitted). Website : http://ees.elsevier.com/ijss/l.asp?...
  • Publications in peer-reviewed International Conferences
    • A. Pouya, T.-D. Vo, S. Hemmati, V.-L. Nguyen (2015) Numerical modeling of hydric cracking of an unsaturated soil, pp 169-178. International Symposium shrink-swell processes in soils climate and construction SEC 2015, 18-19 June, IFSTTAR, Marne-la-Vallée, France. ISBN 978-2-7208-2622-1. Website : http://sec2015.info/
    • V.-L. Nguyen, A. Pouya, S. Ghabezloo (2015) Hydromechanical behaviour of fractures under steady state fluid flow : Application to CO2 sequestration projects. International Conference CIGOS-PARIS 2015, 11-12 May, ENS Cachan, France. Website : http://www.cigos.org/
    • A. Pouya, V.-L. Nguyen, S. Ghabezloo (2014) Hydraulic fracture propagation under steady state fluid flow, 1363–1368, Rock Engineering and Rock Mechanics : Structures in and on Rock Masses (IRSM EUROCK 2014), 27-29 May, Vigo, Espagne. (DOI : 10.1201/b16955-237)
    • A. Pouya, V.-L. Nguyen, S. Ghabezloo (2014) Hydraulic fracture propagation under steady state fluid flow, 7p, 48th US Rock Mechanics (ARMA 2014), 01-04 Juin, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA. (DOI : 10.13140/2.1.1267.3288)
  • Conferences without proceedings
    • A. Pouya, V.-L. Nguyen, S. Ghabezloo (2014). Theoretical and numerical modeling of fracture propagation under hydromechanical loading. Technical session of CFMR & SPE France "Processes of artificial fracturing of rock masses", 16 october 2014. CNAM, Paris.

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