Eric M. Collins 
Eric M.

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HPC 225

(662) 325-7284

Mailstop 9627
2 Research Blvd.
Mississippi State, MS 39762
2009 PhD Computational Engineering - Mississippi State University
1997 MS Physics - Emporia State University
1995 BS Physics - Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Research Interest
Dr. Collins is currently building computational simulation tools to facilitate accurate and efficient analysis of engineering problems involving fluid-dynamics and fluid-structure interactions. He is also interested in pursuing practical applications of machine learning techniques to some of the most time-consuming, labor-intensive tasks in computational field simulations (e.g. mesh generation, solver validation).
space exploration, astronomy, robotics, rockets, artificial intelligence, machine learning, interactive 3D visualizations (VR, Oculus), personal fabrication technologies (CNC milling, 3D printing, etc.)
Selected PublicationsTotal Publications:  28 
Martinez, D. M., Brewer, W., Bhushan, S., Burgreen, GW, & Collins, E. M. (2019). Machine Learning in Computational Fluid Dynamics. ERDC UGM. Vicksburg, MS.

Tong, X., Thompson, D., Arnoldus, Q.H., Collins, E. M., & Luke, E. (2017). Three-Dimensional Surface Evolution and Mesh Deformation for Aircraft Icing Applications. Journal of Aircraft. AIAA. 54(3), 1047-1063. DOI:10.2514/1.C033949. [Abstract]

Collins, E. M., & Luke, E. (2013). Fast Evaluation of Complex Equations of State. Electronic Journal of Differential Equations. 20, 27-37. [Abstract] [Document]

Luke, E., Collins, E. M., & Blades, E. L. (2012). A Fast Mesh Deformation Method using Explicit Interpolation. Journal of Computational Physics. 231(2), 586-601. [Abstract]

Blades, E. L., Miskovish, R. L., Luke, E., Collins, E. M., & Kurkchubashe, A. G. (2011). A Fluid-Structure Interaction Simulation Capability Using the Co-Simulation Engine. Proceedings of the 2011 SIMULIA Customer Conference, May 2011. Barcelona, Spain. pp. 18-33. [Abstract]