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School of Engineering and Computing Sciences (ECS)

Research news

Recent publications

  • Talbot, J., Wang, Q., Brady, N. & Holden, R. (2016). Offshore wind turbine blades measurement using coherent laser radar. Measurement 79: 53-65.
  • Crabtree, C. J., Zappalá, D. & Hogg, S. I. (2015). Wind Energy: UK Experiences and Offshore Operational Challenges. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part A: Journal of Power and Energy 229(7): 727-746.
  • Veremieiev, S., Thompson, H.M. & Gaskell, P.H. (2015). Free-surface film flow over topography: full three-dimensional finite element solutions. Computers & Fluids 122: 66-82.
  • Cooke, M.D. & Wood, D. (2015). Fabrication of micron scale metallic structures on photo paper substrates by low temperature photolithography for device applications. Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 25(11): 115017.
  • Mao, X., Blackburn, H. & Sherwin, S. (2015). Optimal suppression of flow perturbations using boundary control. Computers and Fluids 121: 133-144.
  • Zhou, Tao, Tao, Cheng, Salous, Sana, Liu, Liu & Tan, Zhenhui (2015). Channel Sounding for High-Speed Railway Communication Systems. IEEE Communications Magazine 53(10): 70-77.
  • Zhao, Z., Huang, H. M., Wang, Q. & Ji, S. (2015). Effects of pressure and temperature on thermal contact resistance between different materials. Thermal Science 19(4): 1369-1372.
  • Dent, C.J., Hernandez-Ortiz, A., Blake, S.R., Miller, D. & Roberts, D. (2015). Defining and Evaluating the Capacity Value of Distributed Generation. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 30(5): 2329-2337.
  • Giani, Stefano (2015). Solving elliptic eigenvalue problems on polygonal meshes using discontinuous Galerkin composite finite element methods. Applied Mathematics and Computation 267: 618-631.
  • Giani, Stefano (2015). hp-Adaptive composite discontinuous Galerkin methods for elliptic eigenvalue problems on complicated domains. Applied mathematics and computation 267: 604-617.

Top cited article 2005-2010

Dr Magnus Bordewich, and his co-author Dr Charles Semple (Canterbury University, New Zealand), have received the 'Discrete Applied Mathematics top cited article 2005-2010' award from Elsevier for their paper entitled:

Computing the minimum number of hybridisation events for a consistent evolutionary history, Discrete Applied Mathematics, 155(8):914-928 (2007).