Angela Card 
Research Engineer

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CAVS 2125

(662) 325-5441

Angie Card received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Mississippi State University in 1996. Angie then went to work for Exxon Chemical Company in Baytown, Texas as a power engineer. She returned to Mississippi State to obtain a Master\'s Degree in Electrical Engineering under Dr. Mark Halpin. Upon completion of her degree, she remained at the university and is currently a Senior Research Engineer at CAVS.
Research Interest
Power Systems
On Board Vehicle Power
Powertrain Modeling and Simulation
Selected PublicationsTotal Publications:  8 
Haupt, T., Jelinek, B., Card, A., & Henley, G. (2020). Performance Evaluation of MPI Vs. Apache Spark for Condition Based Maintenance Data. Intelligent Computing. Virtual Conference: Springer. DOI:10.1007/978-3-030-52249-0_3. [Abstract] [Document Site]

Monroe, J. G., Doude, M., Haupt, T., Henley, G., Card, A., Mazzola, M., Goodin, C., & Shurin, S. (2017). Thermal Modeling in the Powertrain Analysis and Computational Environment (PACE). 2017 NDIA Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering and Technology Symposium (GVSETS). Detroit, MI. [Abstract] [Document Site]

Mazzola, M., Haupt, T., Henley, G., Card, A., & Shi, J. (2017). Co-Simulation of Electric Ship Power and Control Systems Using High Performance Computing. IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium (ESTS), 2017. Washington, DC. [Document Site]

Uriarte, F., Hebner, R., Mazzola, M., Henley, G., Card, A., & Abdelwahed, S. (2014). Parallelizing the Simulation of Shipboard Power Systems. The Electric Ship Research and Development Consortium Reports. The Office of Naval Research: The Office of Naval Research.

Mazzola, M., Card, A., Grzybowski, S., Graber, L., & Rodrigo, H. (2013). Tools and Dielectric Requirements for the Design of Marine Cabling Systems. Proceedings of 2013 IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium (ESTS 2013). Arlington, VA. CD-ROM, 449 - 455.