Elnaz Naghibi is a Teaching Fellow in Department of Aeronautics, Imperial College London. Prior to joining the department in July 2019, she was a Research Associate and a Teaching Associate in Queen Mary, University of London 2014-2019. She earned her PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology, Iran, in 2017.
Her research interests lie at developing analytical and semi-analytical solutions to idealized models of engineering and natural systems. Since 2012, she has been studying interactions of ocean dynamics and the Earth's rotation and developing reduced-order models to investigate the sources of dynamical coupling between oceanic currents and the Earth’s polar motion.
et al., 2020, TMTDyn: A Matlab package for modeling and control of hybrid rigid–continuum robots based on discretized lumped system and reduced-order models, International Journal of Robotics Research, ISSN:0278-3649
et al., 2019, Fast spectral solutions of the double-gyre problem in a turbulent flow regime, Applied Mathematical Modelling, Vol:66, ISSN:0307-904X, Pages:745-767
Chintagunta A, Naghibi SE, Karabasov SA, 2018, Flux-corrected dispersion-improved CABARET schemes for linear and nonlinear wave propagation problems, Computers and Fluids, Vol:169, ISSN:0045-7930, Pages:111-128
et al., 2017, Control Space Reduction and Real-Time Accurate Modeling of Continuum Manipulators Using Ritz and Ritz–Galerkin Methods, Ieee Robotics and Automation Letters, Vol:3, ISSN:2377-3766, Pages:328-335
et al., 2017, A geometry deformation model for braided continuum manipulators, Frontiers Robotics Ai, Vol:4