M.S. Physics 1973, University of California, Los Angeles
Ph.D. Numerical Methods 1977, Swansea University
Information Technology, Cyber/Physical Security
Web-Based Education Technology
Large Scale Network Simulation
GeoNumerics of Granular and Powder Systems
Modern Software Architecting and Cyber Security
Web Services and Distributed Computing
Discrete Element Simulation and Analysis of Discontinua
Holmes D. W., Williams, J. R., and Tilke, P, "Smooth particle hydrodynamics simulations of low Reynolds number flows through porous media" International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics Volume 35, Issue 4, pages 419–437, March 2011
Holmes D. W., Williams, J. R., Tilke, P and Leonardi, C., " Characterizing flow in oil reservoir rock using SPH: Absolute permeability", International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, Volume: 61, Issue: 7, Pages: 1-6
Leonardi, C. R., Holmes, D. W., Williams, J. R. and Tilke, P. (2011) Simulation of flow in oil reservoirs using smoothed particle hydrodynamics, lattice Boltzmann methods and multi-core parallelism. 2nd International Conference on Particle-Based Methods (Particles 2011), Barcelona, 26-28 October 2011.
Leonardi, C. R., Holmes, D. W., Williams, J. R. and Tilke, P. (2011) A multi-core numerical framework for characterizing flow in oil reservoirs. 19thHigh Performance Computing Symposium at the SCS Spring Simulation Multi-Conference (HPC 2011 at SpringSim ‘11), Boston, 4-7 April 2011. Awarded Best Overall Paper at the SCS Spring Simulation Multi-Conference (SpringSim ’11) Awarded Best Paper in the 19th High Performance Computing Symposium at SpringSim ‘11
Williams, J.R., "Sensemaking, Big Data and Geospatial Visualization", Geospatial Cyber-Physical Supply Chain Summit 2011, Cardiff, UK. 20-23 March 2011.