Steffen Berg is a senior research staff scientist at Shell Global Solutions International B.V. in Rijswijk, The Netherlands, and a visiting reader in the Earth Science & Engineering Department at Imperial College London. His current research interests involve in a more broader context multiphase flow in porous media and in particular special core analysis (SCAL), improved and enhanced oil recovery (IOR & EOR) and pore scale physics and Digital Rock.
et al., 2019, Literature review of low salinity waterflooding from a length and time scale perspective, Fuel, Vol:236, ISSN:0016-2361, Pages:338-353
Alpak FO, Berg S, Zacharoudiou I, 2018, Prediction of fluid topology and relative permeability in imbibition in sandstone rock by direct numerical simulation, Advances in Water Resources, Vol:122, ISSN:0309-1708, Pages:49-59
et al., 2018, Direct Numerical Simulation of Flow on Pore-Scale Images Using the Phase-Field Method, Spe Journal, Vol:23, ISSN:1086-055X, Pages:1833-1850
et al., 2018, Geometric state function for two-fluid flow in porous media, Physical Review Fluids, Vol:3, ISSN:2469-990X
et al., 2018, A distributed parallel multiple-relaxation-time lattice Boltzmann method on general-purpose graphics processing units for the rapid and scalable computation of absolute permeability from high-resolution 3D micro-CT images, Computational Geosciences, Vol:22, ISSN:1420-0597, Pages:815-832