Civil and Environmental Engineering
Main energy field:
Water-Energy nexus. Environmental risks in Energy production
PostDoc – 2015 – Harvard, Applied Physics
PhD – 2009 – Weizmann, Environmental
MSc – 2007 – Weizmann, Environmental
BSc – 2003 – HUJI, Physics
Roles, Chairs, prizes…
2019, 2020 Mini-Symposium Organizer and Chair on Physics of multi-phase flow in diverse porous media, Interpore conference.
2017 Professional Development Award, Harvard
2015 IMON fellowship
2015 BARD fellowship
Research Area in Energy:
Environmental aspects in Energy production – Induced seismicity, CO2 sequestration
Flow, Reaction and deformation in porous media
Edery, Y., S. Berg, & D. Weitz, (2017). Surfactant variations in porous media localize capillary instabilities during Haines jumps. Physical Review Letters,120, 02, doi: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.028005
Edery, Y., Geiger, S., & Berkowitz, B. (2016). Structural controls on anomalous transport in fractured porous rock. Water Resources Research, 52(7), 5634-5643.
Edery, Y., I. Dror, H. Scher and B. Berkowitz (2015), Anomalous reactive transport in porous media: Experiments and modeling. Physical Review E 91 (5), 052130.
Edery, Y., H. Scher, A. Guadagnini and B. Berkowitz (2014), Origins of anomalous transport in disordered media: structural and dynamic controls. Water Resources Research, 50, doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/2013WR015111.
Edery, Y., A. B. Kostinski, S. N. Majumdar and B. Berkowitz (2013), Record-breaking statistics for random walks in the presence of measurement error and noise. Physical Review Letters, 110, 18, doi: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.110.180602.