Nima Shokri, as the Editor-in-Chief of InterPore Journal, is the head Manager for this journal and the one who holds the ultimate responsibility for the direction of this journal, the content it publishes along with the quality of the content published, and its look.  

Alongside Nima Shokri, we have 10 Editors who are advisors to the EIC and ambassadors of the Journal.  Their role includes the following functions: identifying new topics and/or articles for special or theme issues, managing the review process alongside the EIC as well as identifying and inviting new reviewers, commissioning papers, and endorsing the journal.

For more information on our EIC and Editors, please see below.


Prof. Dr. Nima Shokri

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Professor, Dean and Institute Director
Hamburg University of Technology
Institute of Geo-Hydroinformatics
Hamburg, Germany
E-mail: nima.shokri@tuhh.de

Nima Shokri is a Professor and Chair of Geo-Hydroinformatics at the Hamburg University of Technology. His main interests lie in creating new knowledge through research and innovation, developing new measurement tools and predictive capabilities to provide accurate understanding of multiphysics, multiscale, and multiphase processes occurring near Earth’s surface. He combines theory, state-of-the-art modelling, and experiments using cutting-edge tools such as thermal imaging, microfluidics, synchrotron X-ray tomography, satellite remote sensing, advanced machine learning, and computational fluid dynamics simulations, to cross disciplinary boundaries required to understand the complex mechanisms controlling heat, energy and mass transfer near Earth’s surface with a particular focus on the processes occurring in soil coupled with climatic parameters.

Website: https://www.tuhh.de/ghi/people/prof-dr-nima-shokri
LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nima-shokri-00b066114/
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Prof. Ryan T. Armstrong

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University of New South Wales
Department of Mineral and Energy Resources Engineering
Sydney, Australia

Research areas: My research area is multidisciplinary, incorporating aspects of applied mathematics, petroleum engineering, computer science, and fundamental physics. I integrate these disciplines into a comprehensive framework for digital materials characterization, porous media imaging and modelling, and multiphase flow studies related to future energy technologies.

The applications of my research include digital rock physics, in-situ recovery of minerals, geological storage of hydrogen, recovery of transitional fuels, geological storage of CO2, mineral liberation analysis, and machine learning in resources engineering."


Dr. Branko Bijeljic

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Imperial College London
Faculty of Engineering, Department of Earth Science & Engineering
London, UK

Research areas: Pore-scale imaging and modelling, Reactive transport, Multiphase flow, Porous media


Dr. Martinus Th. (“Rien”) van Genuchten

Department of Nuclear Engineering
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Research Areas: Water flow and solute transport processes in soils and groundwater, Characterization and measurement of the hydraulic properties of unsaturated porous media, Preferential flow, Root water uptake.


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Helmig

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Institute for Modelling Hydraulic and Environmental Systems (IWS)
Department of Hydromechanics and Modelling of Hydrosystems
University of Stuttgart
Stuttgart, Germany

Research areas: Groundwater hydrology, Multi-phase physics in porous media, Numerical modelling, Modelling and analysis of coupled processes between free flow and porous media flow.


Prof. Dr. Patrick Huber

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Institute for Materials and X-Ray Physics at Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) &
Photon Science Division of Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY
Hamburg, Germany

Patrick Huber has a diploma and PhD in physics from Saarland University, Saarbrücken (Germany). After academic stations in the Physics Departments at Harvard University (Cambridge, USA) and Pontificia Universidad Católica Santiago de Chile as well as the Biomaterials Department at Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam (Germany), he joined Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) as a professor in Materials Physics and Technology in 2012. Since 2020 he heads as the founding director the Institute for Materials and X-ray Physics at TUHH and the research group on High-Resolution X-Ray Analytics of Materials in the Photon Science Division of Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY within a cooperative professorship between TUHH and DESY.

Research areas: How condensed matter behaves in extreme spatial confinement, most prominently in nanoporous media, and on how to employ this fundamental knowledge for the design and fabrication of advanced and sustainable functional materials.


Signe Kjelstrup, Prof. Dr.Techn. et. Dr.-Ing.

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PoreLab &
Department of Chemistry, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Trondheim, Norway

My area of specialisation is non-equilibrium thermodynamics. With 4 books and about 400 publications we have contributed to theory development, in particular for interface transport, but also to applications in electrochemical and biological systems. Thermodynamics and transport in confined fluids is central.


Prof. Dr. Dani Or

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Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Nevada, Reno
Reno, NV, USA

ETH-Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Department of Environmental Systems Science (D-USYS), Zurich, Switzerland

Dani Or is a research professor with the Division of Hydrologic Sciences of the Desert Research Institute in Reno, NV, USA. He is an emeritus professor of Soil and Terrestrial Environmental Physics with the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, Switzerland. His recent research focuses on modeling effects of wildfires on soil properties and catchment hydrology and on quantifying soil structure in natural and managed systems. His research focuses on mass and energy transport in porous media; mechanics of landslides and avalanches; evaporation from porous surfaces, and on biophysical processes and biological activity in soil. Dr. Or has authored and coauthored over 340 ISI publications, co-authored a book, and over 500 proceeding papers and abstracts. Dr. Or is the former Editor in Chief of the Vadose Zone Journal, recipient of the Kirkham Soil Physics Award (2001), 2004 Fellow of the Soil Science Society of America, Chair of the 2008 Gordon Research Conference on Flow and Transport, and 2010 Fellow of the American Geophysical Union. He was selected 2013 Birdsall-Dreiss distinguished lecturer; recipient of Helmholtz International Fellow Award (2013); 2014 Fellow of Geological Society of America; the 2017 recipient of the European Geosciences Union Dalton Medal, the 2018 AGU Langbein lecturer, and recently elected to the National Academy of Engineering 2022.

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Prof. Dr. Noushine Shahidzadeh

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Group Leader - Soft Matter Group
Faculty of Science, University of Amsterdam
Institute of Physics - Van der Waals-Zeeman Institute
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Research areas: Wetting phenomena, crystallization, complex fluid and general porous media science and technology.


Prof. Dr. Shuyu Sun

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King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
Department of Earth Science and Engineering
Thuwal, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Shuyu Sun is a founding Professor of Earth Science and Engineering at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). He obtained his Ph.D. degree in computational and applied mathematics from The University of Texas at Austin in 2003. His research areas include computational modeling and simulation of multiphase flow and multicomponent transport in porous media from Darcy’s scales to the pore scales and molecular scales with applications in energy and environment. He has published 330+ refereed journal articles and numerous conference papers. Currently he is the president of InterPore (International Society for Porous Media) Saudi Chapter. 


Prof. Dorthe Wildenschild

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School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering                            
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR, USA

Research areas: Dorthe Wildenschild’s research focuses on flow and transport in porous media, with the goal of answering questions related to subsurface water pollution and energy-related storage challenges. Recent work includes optimization of geologic storage of anthropogenic CO2; colloid-facilitated transport of contaminants in groundwater; microbial enhanced oil recovery; biofilm clogging processes; and investigations in support of more effective groundwater remediation techniques. She also operates the OSU microCT 3D imaging user facility