Partial List of Research Grants:

• US $2M, “Innovative Research on Carbon Capture and Storage”, BHP Billiton, D. Zhang (PI), 2017-2019.
• RMB 500M, “Center of Excellence for Engineering Science and Advanced Technology” (BIC-ESAT), Beijing Municipal Government, D. Zhang (PI, Center Director), 2015-2019.
• RMB 2.7M, “The Assessment and Design of Monitoring of Water Resources Contamination in Shale Gas Development”, National Natural Science Foundation of China, D. Zhang (PI), 2016-2020.
• RMB 10M, “Experimentation for Shale Gas Flow Mechanisms”, Private Donation, D. Zhang (PI), 2014-2017.
• RMB 3M, “Porous Flow Mechanisms for Shale Gas Production”, Natural Science Foundation of China, D. Zhang (PI), 2013-2016.
• RMB 4M, “CCS and Enhanced Oil Recovery at Shenli Oilfields”, Ministry of Science and Technology, D. Zhang (PI), 2012-2015.
• RMB 4.5M, “Fundamentals for Mapping Carbon Storage Basins in China”, Chinese Geological Survey, D. Zhang (PI), 2010-2012.
• RMB 5M, “Technical Support for Shenhua 100,000 ton/yr Carbon Storage Project”, PKU-CAS-BNU, D. Zhang (PI), 2010-2012.
• RMB 2.6M, “Study of Coalbed Methane Recovery Mechanisms”, PetroChina, D. Zhang (PI), 2009-2010.
• US$1,950,000, Stanford GCEP, “Collaborative Research on Carbon Sequestration in Saline Aquifers in China”, USC-PKU-CUG, D Zhang (PI), 2009-2011.
• US$623,063, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: Uncertainty quantification for petascale simulation of carbon sequestration through fast ultra-scalable stochastic finite element methods”, D Zhang (Co-PI, 50%), 2009-2011.
• US$143,000, Chevron Cisoft Program, “Reservoir Model Updating and Improvement Using Production Data and Subsidence Observations”, D Zhang, 2008-2009.
• US$255,000, Energy Corporation of America, “Enhanced Shale Gas Production”, D Zhang (Co-PI, 25%), 2008-2009.
• US$100,000, OU-CEM: OU Consortium on Ensemble Methods, D Zhang (USC-PI), 2007 – 2008.
• US$720,000, National Science Foundation, “CMG Collaborative Research: Stochastic Multiscale Modeling of Subsurface Flow and Reactive Transport”, D Zhang (PI, 33%), Mary Wheeler (Co-PI, UT-Austin), and Ivan Yotov (Co-PI, UPitt), 2006-2009.
• US$640,000, OU-CEM: OU Consortium on Ensemble Methods, D. Oliver (PI) and D. Zhang (Co-PI, 50%), 2006-2009.
• RMB 5,000,000, National Basic Research Program of China, MOST 973 Project – Topic #3: “Geologic Carbon Storage with Enhanced Oil Recovery (GCSEOR) 2006CB705800”, D Zhang (PI, Topic #3), 2006-2011.
• RMB 2,000,000, Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), Outstanding Young Researcher Award, “Stochastic Dynamic Data Assimilation for Flow in Large-Scale Porous Media”, D Zhang (PI), 2007-2011.
• RMB 767,000, Schlumberger Beijing GeoScience Center (BGC), “Stochastic Uncertainty Quantification and Data Assimilation for Coupled Flow and Geomechanics”, D Zhang (PI), 2006-2008.
• US$58,442, National Science Foundation, The U.S.-Egypt Joint Science and Technology Board Research on “Investigation of Groundwater Flow Heterogeneity in Fractured Aquifers using Stochastic Techniques, A Case Study of Fractured Limestone in Sinai”, D. Zhang and M.I. Bakr (50%, each), 2005-2007.
• US$120,000, ACS Petroleum Research Fund, “Efficient Quantification of Uncertainties Associated with Reservoir Performance Simulations”, D Zhang (PI, 100%), 2005-2007.
• US$130,000, Los Alamos National Laboratory, “Upscaling Geological Carbon Sequestration Processes”, D Zhang (PI, 100%), 2005-2006.
• US$1,991,192, Devon Energy Corporation, “Integrated Study of the Factors that Control Production in the Barnett Shale”, D. Zhang (Co-PI, 11%), 2005-2007.
• US$95,000, Los Alamos National Laboratory, “Direct Quantification of Uncertainties Associated with Reservoir Performance Simulations”, D Zhang (PI, 100%), 2005.
• US$20,000, Los Alamos National Laboratory, “Pore-Scale Modeling of Clathrate Hydrate Formation in Seafloor Sediments”, D Zhang (PI, 100%), 2005.

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