Yu Wang

MASc Student

Biography

Yu is a second year MASc student with Professor Grasselli at the University of Toronto. She was awarded her Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Petroleum Engineering in 2017 at the University of Alberta. She has completed internships in the oil and gas industry (Trican Well Service Ltd. and TransCanada), involving well performance enhancement design and field QA/QC work on standard conformance for pipeline construction. Her current research focuses on coupling FDEM and CMG modeling tools.

2017
2017

Joined

Joined as a MASc Candidate

Publications

Wang, Y. (2019). Fracture Complexity in CMGL Simulator. Energi Simulation Visit, University of Toronto.
Zhang, J., Wang, Y., McKean, S., Jia, S., & Iranmanesh, S. (2018). Induced Seismicity and the Traffic Light System. University of Calgary CREATE ReDeveLoP Annual Innovation Program, April 30 - May 4, 2018, Calgary, Alberta.
Wang, Y. (2018). Low-frequency seismic wave attenuation measurements in the lab. NSERC/Energi Simulation Industrial Research Chair in Fundamental Petroleum Rock Physics and Rock Mechanics.
Zhang, J., Wang, Y., McKean, S., Jia, S., & Iranmanesh, S. (2018). Induced Seismicity and the Traffic Light System. University of Calgary CREATE ReDeveLoP Annual Innovation Program, April 30 - May 4, 2018, Calgary, Alberta.
Wang, Y., & Grasselli, G. (2018). Laboratory Low Frequency Measurements on Synthetic Sandstone.