Minjie Zhu

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Minjie Zhu

Research Associate
Civil and Construction Engineering

Corvallis, OR
United States

Oregon State University, Doctor of Philosophy, Structural Engineering, Dissertation: "Fluid-Structure interaction analysis with the particle finite element method", September 2008 - November 2014
Southeast University, China Master of Science, Structural Engineering, September 2005 - June 2008
Yangzhou University, China Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, September 2001 - June 2005

I’m a Research Associate in Structural Engineering at Oregon State University working with Prof. Michael H. Scott. My research focuses on the nonlinear fluid-structure interaction (FSI) using the particle finite element method (PFEM). All the work are implemented in the OpenSees framework.

Certificate of Competency: Fundamentals of Accelerated Computing With CUDA C/C++. NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute, 2019
2012 Best New Contribution to OpenSees (Fluid-Structure Interaction and Particle Finite Element Method), PEER 2012
Certificate of Outstanding Contribution in Reviewing. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 2017
CEM 383 -- Structure II (Ecampus) Winter 2022
CE 536 -- Matrix Structural Analysis (formerly CE 585) Fall 2021
CE 536 -- Matrix Structural Analysis (formerly CE 585) Fall 2018
CE 585 -- Matrix Structural Analysis Fall 2016