Guillem Sole-Mari holds a PhD from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. Since 2020 he works at Berkeley Lab as a postdoctoral researcher. His research interests lie primarily in the area of computational hydrology. He studies the different factors that influence flow, transport, mixing and reaction phenomena within the heterogeneous subsurface at multiple spatial scales – from single pores to entire watersheds. He also develops mathematical and numerical modeling techniques to simulate these complex processes both accurately and efficiently.
Currently, Guillem is working on the development of a streamline-based representation of reactive transport at the hillslope scale under transient forcing conditions. His research is supported by the Watershed Function SFA project.