I am a PhD student in the Applied Modelling and Computation Group in the Earth Science and Engineering department, funded through the Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Environment. My current research focuses on modelling of the ocean dynamics beneath ice shelves in an attempt to gain a deeper understanding of the processses leading to accelerated melting and retreat of glaciers in West Antarctica. I am also interested in the development of high-order numerical methods for the solution of environmental fluid mechanics problems.
Kubatko EJ, Yeager BA, Ketcheson DI, 2014, Optimal Strong-Stability-Preserving Runge–Kutta Time Discretizations for Discontinuous Galerkin Methods, Journal of Scientific Computing, Vol:60, ISSN:0885-7474, Pages:313-344
Kubatko EJ, Yeager BA, Maggi AL, 2013, New computationally efficient quadrature formulas for triangular prism elements, Computers & Fluids, Vol:73, ISSN:0045-7930, Pages:187-201
Kubatko EJ, Yeager BA, Maggi AL, 2013, New computationally efficient quadrature formulas for pyramidal elements, Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, Vol:65, ISSN:0168-874X, Pages:63-75