Mathematics & Statistics (School of)
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(University of St Andrews, 2019-06-25) - ThesisIn this thesis we present the results of three-dimensional MHD simulations of the evolution of magnetic flux tubes within the solar atmosphere. We consider the dynamics and energetics of coronal loops that are perturbed ...
(University of St Andrews, 2019-06-25) - ThesisComputational semigroup theory is an area of research that is subject to growing interest. The development of semigroup algorithms allows for new theoretical results to be discovered, which in turn informs the creation ...
(2019) - Journal articleThis paper describes a model of electron energization and cyclotron-maser emission applicable to astrophysical magnetized collisionless shocks. It is motivated by the work of Begelman, Ergun and Rees [Astrophys. J. 625 , ...
(2019-03-06) - Journal articleWe investigate with computer simulations the critical radius of pores in a lipid bilayer membrane. Ilton et al. (Ilton et al. 2016 Phys. Rev. Lett.117, 257801 (doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.117.257801)) recently showed that ...
(2019-03-05) - Journal articleWe investigate how the Hausdorff dimensions of microsets are related to the dimensions of the original set. It is known that the maximal dimension of a microset is the Assouad dimension of the set. We prove that the lower ...