Dag Kristian Dysthe
Background and interest
My research interests focus on pattern forming processes in nature and coupled mechanical and chemical properties of disordered materials. I am involved in research in the fields of statistical physics, condensed matter physics, complex systems and physical chemistry. I am particularly interested in coupled mechanical and chemical transformation of solids, fracture networks, drainage networks, reactive flow in porous and granular media, microfluidics, weathering and carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Description of research in NanoHeal:
In cooperation with ESR12 I will develop high resolution techniques to measure creep and the transition between ductile deformation and brittle fracture.
Roles in NanoHeal:
- Supervisor of ESR12