Areas of particularly strong research activity are: numerical analysis, plasma physics, solar and magnetospheric theory, and vortex dynamics.
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(2017-11-03) - Journal articleAims. Four different approximate approaches used to model the stressing ofcoronal magnetic fields due to an imposed photospheric motion are compared with each other and the results from a full time-dependent magnetohydrodynamic ...
(2017) - Journal articleShielded vortices consist of a core of potential vorticity of a given sign surrounded (or shielded) by a layer of opposite-signed potential vorticity. Such vortices have specific properties and have been the focus of ...
(2017-01) - Journal articleFor future solar missions as well as ground-based telescopes, efficient ways to return and process data has become increasingly important. Solar Or-biter, e.g., the next ESA/NASA mission to explore the Sun and the ...
(2016-01) - Journal articleMagnetic reconnection in twisted magnetic flux tubes, representing coronal loops, is investigated. The main goal is to establish the influence of the field geometry and various thermodynamic effects on the stability of ...
(University of St Andrews, 1949) - Thesis