• Matt Sweeney
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  • Meet Matt Sweeney

    Matt

    Matthew Sweeney is a scientist on the subsurface flow and transport team in EES-16 with a background in geology and applied mathematics. His expertise is in using computational models to simulate flow and transport behavior in fractured porous media, which has applications including geothermal energy, nuclear waste storage, and predicting gas transport from underground explosions.

    He primarily works on developing and applying meshing and physics-based modeling capabilities within the dfnWorks software. He also studies volcanic hazards using statistical and physical models to build probabilistic assessments.

    Expertise

    • Hydrogeology
    • Subsurface flow and transport modeling
    • Geological/geophysical fluid dynamics
    • Geothermal energy
    • Volcanic hazards