Welcome

The Conference consists of the Third of a series of previous successful meetings also organized by the Brazilian Chapter which took place at the Institute of Pure Applied Mathematics (IMPA) under the umbrella of the International Society for Porous Media.

The main aim of the 3rd conference is to disseminate knowledge on porous media related topics and strengthen collaboration among researchers by bringing together international and Brazilian specialists from academia and industry acting in a wide range of areas related to porous media research.

The event will take place at the National Laboratory for Scientific Computation (LNCC) located in the city of Petropolis during the period August 5-8, 2019. The talks will be given by Invited Plenarists and Semi-Plenarisits along with contributed Oral and Poster Presentations.

The scientific program will focus on advances in the research, methods, and theory of (but not limited to):

  • Digital Imaging (micro-CT images, Pore-scale imaging & modeling, upscaling of pore-scale forces)
  • Nanomateriais (Theory, Applications, Lattice Boltzmann, DNS, Pore-Scale, Discrete Network)
  • Numerical Simulation HPC
  • Uncertainty Quantification and Geostatistical Models
  • Applications in Biological systems, Biotechnology and Medicine
  • Fundamental mathematics of porous media flows (Theory, Computations and applications)
  • Petroleum science and technology (Theory, Computations and applications)
  • Water Resources (Theory, Computations and applications)
  • Seismic and Inverse problems
  • Applications in renewable energy
  • Geo, rock and soil mechanics

Call for Abstracts

Atendees are wellcome to submit a two-page abstract to the email: interpore2019br@lncc.br, before March 31st. The abstracts accepted by Scientific Committee will be select to oral or poster presentation.
Here you can download the LaTeX file template or the PDF file sample.

New deadline, april 30th!

Official Poster of BR InterPore 2019

To download the poster, please click on the links.

Low Resolution (JPG), High Resolution (PDF)

Organizing Committee

  • Eduardo Abreu - Department of Applied Mathematics - IMECC/UNICAMP, Brazil (Chair)
  • Marcio Murad - Department of Computational Modeling - COMOD/LNCC, Brazil (Co-chair)
  • Sandra Malta - Department of Mathematical and Computational Methods - COMAC/LNCC, Brazil
  • Marcio Borges - Department of Computational Modeling - COMOD/LNCC, Brazil
  • Iury Coimbra - Department of Computational Modeling - COMOD/LNCC, Brazil

Scientific Committee

  • Eduardo Abreu – Department of Applied Mathematics - IMECC/UNICAMP, Brazil
  • Grigori Chapiro – Department of Mathematics, Federal University of Juiz de Fora - DM/UFJF, Brazil
  • Maicon Correa – Department of Applied Mathematics - IMECC/UNICAMP, Brazil
  • Eduardo Gildin – Department of Petroleum Engineering, Texas A&M University, USA
  • Majid Hassanizadeh – Department of Earth Sciences, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
  • Felipe Pereira – School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, University of Texas - UT Dallas, USA
  • Alexei Mailybaev – Laboratory of Fluid Dynamics - FLUID/IMPA, Brazil
  • Marcio Murad – Department of Computational Modeling - COMOD/LNCC, Brazil

Plenarists

  • Marcio Carvalho – Department of Mechanical Engineering - DEM/PUC-Rio, Brazil
  • Eduardo Gildin – Department of Petroleum Engineering - Texas A&M University, USA
  • Majid Hassanizadeh – Department of Earth Sciences - Utrecht University, The Netherlands
  • Didier Lasseux – University of Bordeaux, France
  • Dan Marchesin – Laboratory of Fluid Dynamics - FLUID/IMPA, Brazil
  • Paulo Philippi – Polytechnic School - PUC-PR, Brazil
  • Masa Prodanovic - Dep. of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering - University of Texas at Austin, USA
  • Michel Quintard – Institute of Fluid Mechanics of Toulouse - IMFT, France
  • Frédéric Valentin – Department of Mathematical and Computational Methods - COMAC/LNCC, Brazil
  • Denis Voskov – Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geoscience - TU Delft, The Netherlands
  • Lilit Yeghiazarian – College of Engineering & Applied Science - University of Cincinnati, USA
  • Pacelli Zitha – Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences - TU Delft, The Netherlands

Semi-Plenarists

  • Marcio Borges – Department of Computational Modeling - COMOD/LNCC, Brazil
  • Hans Bruining - Department of Geoscience and Engineering - TU Delft, The Netherlands
  • Grigori Chapiro – Department of Mathematics, Federal University of Juiz de Fora - DM/UFJF, Brazil
  • Maicon Correa – Department of Applied Mathematics - IMECC/UNICAMP, Brazil
  • Philippe Devloo – School of Civil Engineering - FEC/UNICAMP, Brazil
  • Adriano dos Santos – Department of Petroleum Engineering - DEP/UFRN, Brazil
  • Alexandre Emerick – Petrobras Research Center - CENPES/Petrobras, Brazil
  • Celso Fernandes – Mechanical Engineering, Federal University of Santa Catarina - EMC/UFSC, Brazil
  • Juan Galvis – Department of Mathematical - National University of Colombia, Colombia
  • Leonardo Guimarães – Laboratory of Computational Methods in Geomechanics - LMCG/UFPE, Brazil
  • Wanderson Lambert – Inst. of Science and Technology, Federal University of Alfenas - ICT/UNIFAL, Brazil
  • Alexei A. Mailybaev – Laboratory of Fluid Dynamics - FLUID/IMPA, Brazil
  • Rafael Moraes – Petrobras Research Center - CENPES/Petrobras, Brazil
  • Igor Mozolevski - Department of Mathematics, Federal University of Santa Catarina - CFM/UFSC, Brazil
  • Andre Novotny – Department of Computational Modeling - COMOD/LNCC, Brazil
  • Adolfo Puime – Laboratory of Engineering and Exploration of Petroleum - LENEP/UENF, Brazil
  • Giuseppe Romanazzi – Department of Applied Mathematics - IMECC/UNICAMP, Brazil
  • Marcelo Sánchez – Zachry Department of Civil Engineering - Texas A&M University, USA
  • Marcus Sarkis – Worcester Polytechnic Institute - WPI, USA
  • Fabricio Simeoni – Institute of Mathematics and Computer Sciences - ICMC/USP, Brazil
  • Vanessa Simões – Research project manager - Schlumberger, Brazil

Practical Information

Arriving in Brazil

International flights arrive at the international airport Antonio Carlos Jobim (IATA: GIG, ICAO: SBGL), popularly known by its original name Galeão International Airport, in Rio de Janeiro.

From the airport to downtown Petrópolis

  • Taxis to downtown of petrópolis. Fare: about R$ 250,00 (Brazilian real).
  • Car rental is also available at the airport.
  • Uber is most one option. Fare: R$ 120,00 ~ R$ 180,00 (rate fluctuates).

Fares must be paid in cash at the end of the trip.

Electricity

In Brazil the electrical current used is 110 volts, 60 Hertz.

Weather

August is in the middle of winter.
Average maximum temperature : 24 ºC
Average minimum temperature : 15 ºC

Time

https://time.is/pt_br/Brasilia

Commerce

Shopping areas in downtown Petrópolis are open from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm. The most accepted credit cards are Visa and Master Card. Some stores accept also American Express.

Exchange Rate

Brazil´s official currency is Real (R$). 1 US$ (dollar) is roughly equivalent to R$ 3,85 (the exchange rate fluctuates). Foreign currencies can be exchanged at currency exchange bureaus, most of them located in International Airport.

Banks

There are several banks in international airport. There is also banks on downtown Petrópolis.

Car Rental

  • Localiza Hertz, international airport Antonio Carlos Jobim, Rio de Janeiro. Tel +55 0800 701 14 62
  • Movida, international airport Antonio Carlos Jobim, Rio de Janeiro. Tel +55 0800 606 86 86

Map of Petrópolis

Conference Dinner

    Participants are invited to attend the Conference Dinner which will be held at the Barbecue restaurant Lago Sul.

    The venue offers a wonderful view of the lake located near the famous historical Quitandinha Palace.

    Admission

    The dinner costs BR 104 per person and includes 1 beverage choice (soft drinks, juices, beer or caipirinha).

    Participants can bring guests. Ticket(s) for the event should be purchased on the spot.

    Transportation

    The venue is only a few minutes walk from LNCC.

    Vans will also be at disposal.

    After dinner the vans will take the invited speakers to the main hotel in dowtown.

Contact

Address:

National Laboratory for Scientific Computation (LNCC)

Getúlio Vargas Av., 333, Quitandinha

Petrópolis - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Phone:

+55 24 2233 6170

Email:

interpore2019br@lncc.br