Daniel Martin

  • Program Years: 1993-1996
  • Academic Institution: University of California, Berkeley
  • Field of Study: Mechanical Engineering
  • Academic Advisor: Phil Colella
  • Practicum(s):
    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (1994)
  • Degree(s):
    Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, 1998
    B.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of Florida, 1991

Current Status

  • Status: Staff Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Research Area: Adaptive Mesh Refinement and Finite-Volume Algorithm and Software Development
  • Personal URL: http://crd.lbl.gov/departments/applied-mathematics/ANAG/about/staff/d
  • Contact Information: dfmartin@lbl.gov
  • Publications

    * S. L. Cornford, D. F. Martin, A. J. Payne, E. G. Ng, A. M. Le Brocq, R. M. Gladstone, T. L. Edwards, S. R. Shannon, C. Agosta, M. R. van den Broeke, H. H. Hellmer, G. Krinner, S. R. M. Ligtenberg, R. Timmermann, D. G. Vaughan, "Century-scale simulations of the response of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet to a warming climate", The Cryosphere, August 18, 2015, doi: 10.5194/tc-9-1579-2015, 201

    * S.L. Cornford, D.F. Martin, D.T. Graves, D.F. Ranken, A.M. Le Brocq, R.M. Gladstone, A.J. Payne, E.G. Ng, W.H. Lipscomb, "Adaptive mesh, finite volume modeling of marine ice sheets", Journal of Computational Physics, 232(1):529-549, 2013,

    * P.S. Li, D.F. Martin, R.I. Klein, and C.F. McKee, "A Stable, Accurate Methodology for High Mach Number, Strong Magnetic Field MHD Turbulence with Adaptive Mesh Refinement: Resolution and Refinement Studies", The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 2012,

    * F. Miniati and D.F. Martin, "Constrained-transport Magnetohydrodynamics with Adaptive Mesh Refinement in CHARM", The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 195(1):5, 2011,

    * P. Colella, M.R. Dorr, J.A.F. Hittinger, and D.F. Martin, "High-Order Finite-Volume Methods in Mapped Coordinates", Journal of Computational Physics, 230(8):2952-2976 (2011), 2011,

    * Prateek Sharma, Phillip Colella, and Daniel F. Martin, "Numerical Implementation of Streaming Down the Gradient: Application to Fluid Modeling of Cosmic Rays", SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing , Vol 32(6), 3564-3583, 2010,

    * "A Cell-Centered Adaptive Projection Method for the Incompressible Euler Equations", Daniel Martin and Phillip Colella, JCP 163, pp271-312. (2000),

    * "3D Adaptive Mesh Refinement Simulations of Pellet Injection in Tokamaks", R Samtaney, S Jardin, P Colella, and D Martin, Computers Physics Communications, 164, p. 220 (2004).

    * "Adaptive Mesh Refinement for Multiscale Nonequilibrium Physics", D Martin, P Colella, M Anghel, and F Alexander, Computing in Science and Engineering, May/June 2005.