Jacob Moore, Ph.D.

Senior R&D Engineer

Medical Computing

Kitware New Mexico
Santa Fe, NM

Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering
Mississippi State University

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
Mississippi State University

Jacob Moore

Jacob Moore, Ph.D. is a senior R&D engineer on Kitware’s Medical Computing Team located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He helps develop applications for modeling and simulating surgical procedures, such as cardiovascular interventions, neurosurgery, and orthognathic surgery.

Prior to joining Kitware, Jacob was a staff scientist at Los Alamos National Labs. He worked on developing novel numerical methods for high order Lagrangian hydrodynamics simulations. 

Jacob received both his Ph.D. and bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Mississippi State University.

Publications

  1. M. Zecevic, R. Lebensohn, M. Rogers, J. Moore, V. Chiravalle, E. Lieberman, D. Dunning, G. Shipman, M. Knezevic, and N. Morgan, "Viscoplastic self-consistent formulation as generalized material model for solid mechanics applications," Applications in Engineering Science, vol. 6, pp. 100040, 2021.
  2. J. Moore, "ELEMENTS: A Unified Framework for Supporting Low and High Order Numerical Methods for Multi-Physics Material Dynamics Simulations," PhD Thesis, Mississippi State University, 2021.
  3. D. Dunning, N. Morgan, J. Moore, E. Nelluvelil, T. Taffola, and R. Robey, "MATAR: A Performance Portability and Productivity Implementation of Data-Oriented Design with Kokkos," LA-UR-20-27630, 2020.
  4. M. Horstemeyer, P. Berthelson, J. Moore, A. Persons, A. Dobbins, and R. Prabhu, "A mechanical brain damage framework used to model abnormal brain tau protein accumulations of National Football League players," Annals of biomedical engineering, vol. 47, no. 9, pp. 1873–1888, 2019.
  5. J. Moore, N. Morgan, M. Rodgers, R. Lebensohn, M. Zecevic, and V. Chiravalle, "Elements: High Order Serendipity Space Finite Element Library," Poster presented at MultiMat 2019, Trento, Italy, 2019.
  6. J. Moore, N. Morgan, and M. Horstemeyer, "ELEMENTS: A high-order finite element library in C++," SoftwareX, vol. 10, pp. 100257, 2019.
  7. J. Moore, N. Morgan, M. Rodgers, R. Lebensohn, and V. Chiravalle, "High Order Serendipity Space Finite Element Library for Massively Parallel VPSC Simulations," Poster presented at the Los Alamos National Labs student symposium, Los Alamos, New Mexico, 2018.

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