Johnson Ha

Research Associate

Biography

Johnson has been a research associate with Professor Grasselli’s research group since December 2017. He finished his BASc and MASc in Civil and Mineral Engineering at the University of Toronto in 2014 and 2017, respectively. His research interests include calibrating rock mechanics testing results to numerical models, simulating hydraulic fracturing processes, and simulating tunnel behaviour in highly anisotropic rock. Aside from rock mechanics research, he enjoys cooking, playing competitive volleyball, and video games.

October 2020
October 2020

Conference Paper

Invited talk on "Hydraulic fracturing in shale - the importance of anisotropy and geological structure" given as part of Earth Seminar Invited Guest Seminar series.

December 2017
December 2017

Research Position

Started as a Research Associate with Grasselli's Geomechanics Group

April 2017
April 2017

Research Position

Started as a Casual Researcher with Grasselli's Geomechanics Group

September 2016
September 2016

Award

Received the Queen Elizabeth II/Robert M. Smith Memorial Graduate Scholarship

September 2016
September 2016

Internship

Ontario’s TalentEdge Internship Program titled in partnership with Geomechanica Inc.

September 2015
September 2015

Award

Received the Queen Elizabeth II/Robert M. Smith Memorial Graduate Scholarship

August 2015
August 2015

Internship

Mitacs Accelerate program titled "Innovative design of a sound numerical model calibration process: from lab tests to input data" in partnership with Geomechanica Inc.

September 2014
September 2014

Award

Received the Queen Elizabeth II/Robert M. Smith Memorial Graduate Scholarship

September 2014
September 2014

Joined

Joined as a MASc Candidate

Publications