Mark is a member of the Scientific Computing Group. As a member of the group, Mark is involved with a number of project. As a Liason for INCITE projects he has supported multiple projects including developing new in-situ data analysis capabilities, accelerating workflows, software development, unit testing, and IO. He is involved with acceptance of the new supercomputer Summit, and is involved with two ECP projects: ExaAM and ALExa.
R. T. Armstrong, J. E. McClure, M. A. Berrill, M. Rücker, S. Schlüter, S. Berg, “Flow Regimes During Immiscible Displacement”, Petrophysics, 58, pp. 10-18, 2017 (Cover Article).
Bronson Messer, Ed F. D'Azevedo, Judith C. Hill, Wayne Joubert, Mark A. Berrill, Christopher J. Zimmer, “MiniApps Derived from Production HPC Applications Using Multiple Programming Models”, International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications, September, 2016.
J. E. McClure, M. A. Berrill, W. G. Gray and C. T. Miller, "Tracking interface and common curve dynamics for two-fluid flow in porous media", Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 796, 211-232, 2016.
James McClure, Mark A. Berrill, W G Gray, Cass Miller, “Influence of Phase Connectivity on the Relationship Among Capillary Pressure”, Fluid Saturation, Interfacial Area, and Euler Characteristic in Two-Fluid-Phase Porous Medium Systems, Physical Review E, 033102, 2016.
Liang Yin, Hanchen Wang, Brendan A Reagan, Cory Baumgarten, Eric Gullikson, Mark Berrill, Vyacheslav N Shlyaptsev, Jorge J Rocca, "6.7-nm Emission from Gd and Tb Plasmas over a Broad Range of Irradiation Parameters Using a Single Laser", Physical Review Applied, 034009, 2016.
Ryan T Armstrong, James E McClure, Mark A Berrill, Maja Rücker, Steffen Schlüter, Steffen Berg, “Beyond Darcy's law: The role of phase topology and ganglion dynamics for two-fluid flow”, Physical Review E, 043113, 2016.
Steven Hamilton, Mark Berrill, Kevin Clarno, Roger Pawlowski, Alex Toth, C.T. Kelley, Thomas Evans, Bobby Philip, "An assessment of coupling algorithms for nuclear reactor core physics simulations", Journal of Computational Physics, 311, 241-257, 2016.