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Assoc Prof Dr. Tao Meng | Transportation Engineering Award | Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr. Tao Meng, Taiyuan University of Science and Technology, China

🌟 Dr. Tao Meng, an accomplished Associate Professor at Taiyuan University of Science and Technology, is a distinguished figure in Oil and Gas Storage, Transportation Engineering, and Mining Engineering. With a Ph.D. in Mining Engineering, he leads groundbreaking research in underground storage technologies and rock mechanics under extreme conditions. Dr. Meng’s expertise is recognized globally, evident in his extensive publication record, patent grants, and numerous awards. His commitment to academia extends to mentoring students and serving as an expert reviewer. A trailblazer in his field, Dr. Meng’s contributions significantly impact the stability and advancement of underground engineering. 🚀


Publication Profile

🔬 Education and Experience

Dr. Tao Meng, an accomplished scholar from Taiyuan University of Science and Technology, holds a PhD in Mining Engineering. With over 7 years of experience, he currently serves as an Associate Professor and heads the Department of Oil and Gas Storage and Transportation Engineering.

🏆 Achievements

Dr. Meng’s pioneering work in rock mechanics under extreme conditions has earned him numerous accolades, including awards from provincial and industry associations.

Research Focus

T. Meng’s research focuses on the evolution of rock properties and behavior under coupled thermo-hydro-mechanical-chemical (THMC) conditions, particularly in gypsum and sandstone formations. His work delves into understanding the influences of temperature, pressure, and chemical environments on fracture toughness, permeability, and pore structure evolution. By employing experimental studies and advanced imaging techniques, Meng explores the weakening mechanisms and deformation characteristics of these rocks, providing insights crucial for various engineering and geotechnical applications. 🪨🔬 His contributions enhance our understanding of how geological materials respond to complex environmental conditions, paving the way for safer and more efficient resource extraction and energy production processes.


Tao Meng | Transportation Engineering Award | Best Researcher Award

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