HPC MSU
Name:Mark A. Novotny
Associated Centers:Center for Computational Sciences
Position:Faculty
Email: novotny@ccs.msstate.edu
Office:High Performance Computing Building, 231
Office Phone:(662) 325-2688
Alternate Phone:(662) 325-7640
Address:PO Box 5167
Mississippi State, MS 39759

Biography:Education:

Ph.D., Physics, Stanford University, 1978,
Advisor: William A. Little,
Thesis title:
I. Matrix Products with Applications to Classical Statistical Mechanics;
II. Reflectivity of One-Dimensional Solids.

B.Sc., Physics, North Dakota State University, 1973.

Honors:
Fellow, American Physical Society

Research Interest: Nanomaterials,
Dynamics of materials,
Parallel computing,
Algorithm development for long-time simulations,
Computational science,
Statistical mechanics,
Metastability,
Computational materials,
Dynamics of magnetic materials,
Network theory,
Electrochemistry.


Publications: Varghese, C., & Novotny, M.A. (2012). Quantum Transport through Fully Connected Bethe Lattices. International Journal of Modern Physics C. Pocone, Pantanal Region, Mato Grosso, Brazil. 23(8), 1240010 [10 pg]. [Abstract] [Document Site]

Boettcher, S., Varghese, C., & Novotny, M.A. (2011). Quantum Transport through Hierarchical Structures. Physical Review E. 83(4), 041106 [12 pgs]. [Abstract] [Document Site]

Boettcher, S., Varghese, C., & Novotny, M.A. (2011). Quantum Transport Through Hierarchical Structures. Phys. Rev. 83(E), 041106 [12ppt.].

Hamad, I. A., Novotny, M.A., Wipf, D. O., & Rikvold, P. A. (2011). New Charging Method for Li-ion Batteries: Dependence of the Charging on the Direction of the Additional Oscillating Field. Electrochemical Society Transactions. 33, 33.

Yancey, J. A., Novotny, M.A., & Gwaltney, S. R. (2009). Small Pure Carbon Molecules with Small World Networks Using Density Functional Theory Simulations. Int. J. Modern Physics C. World Scientific. 20(9), 1345-1356. [Document Site]

Total Publications by this Author: 21