Kaishuo (Snow) Yang

Kaishuo Yang

Research Associate

Kaishuo Yang is a Research Associate at the University of Western Australia. Kaishuo works with Prof. Michael Johns on the investigation of underground hydrogen storage, including the stability of the cushion gas layer and the mixing between hydrogen and the cushion gas. Kaishuo joined UWA in 2017 as a PhD student working on the characterization of methane adsorption in shale using low-field NMR. Kaishuo’s research focuses on the characterizations of natural gas storage, transportation and production evaluation in shales, including clean hydrogen energy underground storage and transportation in porous media.

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