Nathaniel Trask, Martin Maxey, Kyungjoo Kim, Mauro Perego, Michael L. Parks, Kai Yang, and Jinchao Xu,
A scalable consistent secondorder SPH solver for unsteady low Reynolds number flows,
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 289, pp. 155178, 2015.
Amalie L. Frischknecht, Deaglan O. Halligan, and Michael L. Parks,
Electrical double layers and differential capacitance in molten salts from density functional theory,
The Journal of Chemical Physics, 141(5), 054708, 2014.
Pablo Seleson, Michael L. Parks, and Max Gunzburger,
Peridynamic statebased models and the embeddedatom model,
Communications in Computational Physics, 15(1), pp. 179205, 2014.
Pablo Seleson, Max Gunzburger, and Michael L. Parks,
Interface problems in nonlocal diffusion and sharp transitions between local and nonlocal domains,
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 266, pp. 185204, 2013.
Laura J. Douglas Frink, Amalie L. Frischknecht, Michael A. Heroux, Michael L. Parks, and Andrew G Salinger,
Towards Quantitative CoarseGrained Models of Lipids with Fluids Density Functional Theory,
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 8(4), pp. 13931408, 2012.
Qiang Du, James R. Kamm, Richard B. Lehoucq, and Michael L. Parks,
A New Approach for a Nonlocal, Nonlinear Conservation Law,
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, 72(1), pp. 464487, 2012.
Pablo Seleson and Michael L. Parks,
On the Role of the Influence Function in the Peridynamic Theory,
International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering, 9(6), pp. 689706, 2011.
Burak Aksoylu and Michael L. Parks,
Variational Theory and Domain Decomposition for Nonlocal Problems,
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 217, pp. 64986515, 2011.
Pablo Seleson, Michael L. Parks, Max Gunzburger, and Richard B. Lehoucq,
Peridynamics as an Upscaling of Molecular Dynamics,
Multiscale Modeling and Simulation, 8(1), pp. 204227, 2009.
Michael L. Parks, Richard B. Lehoucq, Steven J. Plimpton, and Stewart A. Silling,
Implementing Peridynamics within a Molecular Dynamics Code,
Computer Physics Communications, 179(11), pp. 777783, 2008.
Gregory J. Wagner, Reese E. Jones, Jeremy A. Templeton, and Michael L. Parks,
An AtomistictoContinuum Coupling Method for Heat Transfer in Solids,
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 197, pp. 33513365, 2008.
Michael L. Parks, Pavel B. Bochev, and Richard B. Lehoucq,
Connecting AtomistictoContinuum Coupling and Domain Decomposition,
Multiscale Modeling and Simulation, 7, pp. 362380, 2008.
Santiago Badia, Michael L. Parks, Pavel B. Bochev, Max Gunzburger, and Richard B. Lehoucq,
On AtomistictoContinuum Coupling by Blending,
Multiscale Modeling and Simulation, 7, pp. 381406, 2008.
Santiago Badia, Pavel. B. Bochev, Jacob Fish, Max D. Gunzburger, Richard B. Lehoucq, Mohan. A. Nuggehally, Michael. L. Parks,
A ForceBased Blending Model for AtomistictoContinuum Coupling,
International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering,
5, pp. 387406, 2007.
Jacob Fish, Mohan A. Nuggehally, Mark S. Shephard, Catalin R. Picu, Santiago Badia, Michael L. Parks, and Max Gunzburger,
Concurrent AtC coupling based on a blend of the continuum stress and the atomistic force,
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
196, pp. 45484560, 2007.
Michael L. Parks, Louis A. Romero, and Pavel B. Bochev,
A Novel LagrangeMultiplier Based Method for Consistent Mesh Tying,
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
196, pp. 33353347, 2007.
Michael L. Parks, Louis A. Romero, TaylorAris Dispersion in High Aspect Ratio Columns of Nearly Rectangular
CrossSection, Mathematical and Computer
Modelling, 46, pp. 699717, 2007.
Michael L. Parks, Eric de Sturler, Greg Mackey, Duane Johnson, and Spandan Maiti,
Recycling Krylov Subspaces for Sequences of Linear Systems,
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 28(5), pp. 16511674, 2006.
Also available as University of Illinois
Department of Computer Science Technical Report UIUCDCSR20042421.
Santiago Badia, Pavel B. Bochev, Max Gunzburger, Richard B. Lehoucq, Michael L. Parks,
Bridging Methods for Coupling Atomistic and Continuum Models, in LargeScale Scientific Computing 6th International
Conference, Sozopol, Bulgaria, June 59, 2007, I. Lirkov, S. Margenov, and J. Wasniewski, eds., vol.
4818 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp. 1627, 2009.
E. Askari, Florin Bobaru, Richard B. Lehoucq, Michael L. Parks, Stewart A. Silling, and Olaf Weckner,
Peridynamics for multiscale materials modeling, in SciDAC 2008,
Seattle, Washington, July 1317, 2008, vol. 125 of
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, (012078) 2008.
Pavel Bochev, Richard Lehoucq, Michael Parks, Santiago Badia, and Max Gunzburger,
Blending methods for coupling atomistic and continuum models,
in Multiscale Methods: Bridging the Scales in Science and Engineering,
ed. by Jacob Fish, Oxford University Press, pp. 165191, 2009.
K. Ahuja, M. L. Parks, E. T. Phipps, A. G. Salinger, and E. de Sturler,
Krylov Recycling for Climate Modeling and Uncertainty Quantification,
in CSRI Summer Proceedings 2010, E. C. Cyr and S. S. Collis, eds.,
Sandia National Laboratories, 2010,
pp. 103111. Available as Sandia National Laboratories Technical Report SAND20108783P.
K. Ahuja, M. L. Parks, E. T. Phipps, A. G. Salinger, and E. De Sturler, Krylov Recycling
for Climate Modeling and Uncertainty Quantication, in CSRI Summer Proceedings 2010, E. C. Cyr
and S. S. Collis, eds., Sandia National Laboratories, 2010, pp. 103111. Available as Sandia National
Laboratories Technical Report SAND20108783P.
Michael L. Parks, Pablo Seleson, Steven J. Plimpton, Richard B. Lehoucq, and Stewart A. Silling,
Peridynamics with LAMMPS: A User Guide,
Technical Report SAND20105549,
Sandia National Laboratories, August 2010.
Pablo Seleson, Michael L. Parks, and Max Gunzburger,
Peridynamics as an upscaling of Molecular Dynamics,
in CSRI Summer Proceedings, D. Ridzal and S. S. Collis, eds.,
Sandia National Laboratories, 2008,
pp. 177184. Available as Sandia National Laboratories Technical Report SAND20088257P.
Pavel B. Bochev, S. Scott Collis, Reese E. Jones, Richard B. Lehoucq, Michael L. Parks, Guglielmo Scovazzi,
Stewart A. Silling, Jeremy A. Templeton, and Gregory J. Wagner,
A Mathematical Framework for Multiscale Science and Engineering:
the Variational Multiscale Method and Interscale Transfer Operators,
Technical Report SAND20070905,
Sandia National Laboratories, October 2007.
Santiago Badia, Pavel Bochev, Max Gunzburger, Richard Lehoucq, Michael L. Parks,
Blended AtomistictoContinuum coupling analyses and methods,
Technical Report SAND20070905,
Sandia National Laboratories, February 2007.
E. B. Vanderzee, M. L. Parks, and P. Knupp,
Numerical experiments for local quasicontinuum analysis,
in NECIS Summer Proceedings, S. S. Collis, J. Lee, and J. Zimmerman, eds.,
Sandia National Laboratories, 2006,
pp. 194202. Available as Sandia National Laboratories Technical Report SAND20066564.
Michael L. Parks, Louis A. Romero, and Joshua Whiting,
A Reduced Order Model for the Study of Asymmetries in Linear Gas Chromatography for Homogeneous Tubular Columns,
Technical Report SAND20054868,
Sandia National Laboratories, August 2005.
Michael L. Parks,
The Iterative Solution of a Sequence of Linear Systems Arising from Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis,
Ph.D. Dissertation,
University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, 2005. Available as University of Illinois Technical Report UIUCDCSR20052497.
Michael L. Parks,
Efficient Numeric Computation of a Phase Diagram in Biased Diffusion of Two Species, Master's Thesis,
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), 2000. Available as Virginia Tech Electronic Thesis etd0517200014430029.
Michael L. Parks and S. Scott Collis, editors, CSRI Summer Proceedings 2007,
The Computer Science Research Institute at Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, 2007
Michael L. Parks, Richard B. Lehoucq, Researchers Discuss AtomistictoContinuum (AtC) Coupling, SIAM News, Vol. 39, No. 7 (September 2006).
Michael L. Parks and Eric de Sturler, Analysis of Krylov Subspace Recycling for Sequences of Linear Systems.

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