M-Star Simulations, LLC, is a software company focused on the development of computational tools for modeling momentum, energy and mass transport within engineering and biological systems. By pairing modern algorithms with graphical processing card (GPU) architectures, this software enables users to quickly perform calculations with predictive fidelity that rivals physical experiment. These outcomes are achieved using a simple graphical interface that requires minimal user specification and setup times.
Founded in Maryland in 2014, M-Star Simulations has grown to include commercial, government, and academic users across North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.
John A. Thomas
John is the founding President of M-Star Simulations and he oversees all client support and engagement. Prior to M-Star Simulations, John was a research professor at Johns Hopkins University. He holds a PhD from Carnegie Mellon University and an MBA from Georgetown University.
Kevin is a founder of M-Star Simulations and he oversees all software integration and deployment. Prior to M-Star Simulations, Kevin held positions at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and DRS Defense Solutions. He holds a MS from Penn State University and a BS from Drexel University.
Brian focuses on core algorithm development and optimization. Prior to M-Star Simulations, Brian was a Senior Research Scientist at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. He holds a MS and BS from Carnegie Mellon University