Mei Li

PhD Candidate

Biography

Mei is currently a PhD student in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Toronto, Canada. She received her MASc in 2016 and BASc in 2013 in Petroleum Engineering both at Southwest Petroleum University, China. She joined Professor Grasselli’s geomechanics group in 2019. Her research interests are hydraulic fracturing, numerical simulation, digital rock, and hydro-mechanical and chemical response of rock. She is currently working on mapping fractures.

April 2022
April 2022

Candidacy

Became a PhD candidate.

 
March 2022
March 2022

Award

Received the Lassonde International Graduate Scholarship in Mining
January 2022
January 2022

Digital Album

Published digital artwork titled "Fracture network in laboratory hydraulic fracturing tested shale cube" in Album of Porous Media - Structure and Dynamics.
April 2021
April 2021

Award

Received the Lassonde International Graduate Scholarship in Mining
May 2019
May 2019

Joined

Joined as a PhD student

Publications

Li, M., Magsipoc, E., Abdelaziz, A., Ha, J., Peterson, K., & Grasselli, G. (2021). Mapping Fracture Complexity of Fractured Shale in Laboratory: Three-dimensional Reconstruction From Serial-section Images. Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering.
Magsipoc, E., Li, M., Abdelaziz, A., Ha, J., Peterson, K., & Grasselli, G. (2020). Analysis of the Fracture Morphologies from a Laboratory Hydraulic Fracture Experiment on Montney Shale (p. 6). Presented at the ARMA/DGS/SEG International Geomechanics Symposium, ARMA: American Rock Mechanics Association.
Li, M., Magsipoc, E., Abdelaziz, A., Ha, J., Guo, J., Peterson, K., & Grasselli, G. (2020). Mapping Fracture Complexity in Hydraulically Fractured Montney Shale by Serial Section Reconstruction (p. 9). Presented at the 54th U.S. Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, ARMA: American Rock Mechanics Association.
Li, M., Magsipoc, E., Abdelaziz, A., Ha, J., & Grasselli, G. (2019). Mapping Fracture Complexity in Shale Rock.
Magsipoc, E., Zhou, H., Li, M., & Grasselli, G. (2019). Shear Dilation and Fluid Transmissivity of Rock Fractures Based on Quantified Surface Description.
Green, R., Li, M., Fleming, N., Zhou, Y., & Grasselli, G. (2019). Utilizing Ground Motion in the Traffic Light System to Better Mitigate Potential Damages Caused by Induced Seismic Events.
Zhou, Y., Li, M., Fleming, N., & Green, R. (2019). The Traffic Light System and the Management of Induced Seismicity in Alberta.
Zhou, Y., Li, M., Fleming, N., & Green, R. (2019). The Traffic Light System and the Management of Induced Seismicity in Alberta. Presented at the University of Calgary CREATE ReDeveLoP Annual Innovation Program, Calgary, Alberta.