About me


[5/31/2019] I will be joining the School of Civil and Environment Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology (`Tech’) as an assistant professor in November 2019!

I obtained my bachelor and master of philosophy degrees in civil engineering under the supervision of Prof. Joseph Hun-wei Lee from the University of Hong Kong where I developed an interest in fluid mechanics and its application to environmental processes. I then pursued and completed my doctoral study on two-phase bubble plumes at Texas A&M University advised by Prof. Scott Socolofsky (to the right of the facing picture). Currently, I am a postdoctoral research associate at the Extreme Fluids Team (P-23, Physics Division), led by Dr. Kathy Prestridge, of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico USA.

My expertise is in experimental fluid mechanics, turbulence theories and modeling.

In my spare time, I enjoy playing the classical guitar, listening to music, playing basketball and reading.

Email: chrislck[at]lanl.gov and oceanichrislck[at]gmail.com