HPC MSU
Name:Mark Janus
Associated Centers:Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems
Position:Faculty
Email: mark@hpc.msstate.edu
Office:High Performance Computing Building, 229
Office Phone:(662) 325-2463
Alternate Phone:(662) 325-7280

Publications: Wang, X., Remotigue, M., Arnoldus, Q., Janus, M., Luke, E., Thompson, D., Weed, R., & Bessette, G. (2016). High-fidelity Simulations of Blast Loadings in Urban Environments Using an Overset Meshing Strategy. In Alexey Podiaskin. Irina Krasovskaya (Eds.), Shock Waves. The International Shock Wave Institute. July 2016, 1-14. DOI:10.1007/s00193-016-0680-x. [Document]

Parrish, J., Rais-Rohani, M., & Janus, M. (2015). Reduced Order Techniques for Sensitivity Analysis and Design Optimization of Aerospace Systems. AIAA Journal. AIAA. 53(12), 3567-3576.

Weed, R., Janus, M., Luke, E., Thompson, D., Olguin, A. T., & Ivancic, P. (2015). A Conformal, Fully-Conservative Approach for Predicting Structural Response to Blast Loading. ASCE Structures Congress 2015, Apr 23-25, 2015. Portland, OR.

Parrish, J., Rais-Rohani, M., & Janus, M. (2015). Application of Reduced Order Techniques for Sensitivity Analysis to Multidisciplinary Aerospace Systems. 56th AIAA/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference. Kissimmee, FL: AIAA.

Ivancic, P., Janus, M., Luke, E., Thompson, D., & Weed, R. (2014). A Conformal, Fully-Conservative Approach for Predicting Blast Effects on Ground Vehicles. NATO AVT-221/RSM-032: Design and Protection Technologies for Land and Amphibious NATO Vehicles. Copenhagen, Denmark.

Total Publications by this Author: 10