Mr. Marc Johnson

Computer Science

Current Courses

Education History

  • B.A. Mathematics, Mount Saint Mary College
  • MBA Business, Mount Saint Mary College
  • MA Mathematics, State Univresity of New York at Albany

Work Experience

Associate Professional Staff, JHU Applied Physics Laboratory

Publications

Johnson, A. N., T.V. Hromadka II, M. Carroll , M. Hughes, L. Jones, N. Pappas, C. Thomasy, S. Horton, R. Whitley, M. Johnson. 2014. A computational approach to determining CVBEM approximate boundaries, Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, Volume 41, Pages 83-89, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enganabound.2013.12.011

Boguchwal, L., Johnson, M., Kewley, L., Evans, D. 2013. Learning Networks: Iran and the Ef- fects of Sanctions (Technical Report 13-005). Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC), Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6218.

Johnson, M., Kewley, L., Evans, D. 2013. Developing an Eective Plan for Smart Sanctions: A Network Analysis Approach (Technical Report 13-004). Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC), Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6218

Johnson, M. A., Johnson, A. N., David C. Arney (2015). Dynamic Actor-Oriented Models as a Tool for the Analysis of Dark Networks in a Multiply Connected Actor-Oriented Environment. In Luke Gerdes (Ed.), Illuminating Dark Networks The Study of Clandestine Groups and Organizations, Part of Structural Analysis in the Social Sciences Cambridge, MA. ISBN: 9781107102699