Biography: Spencer Sherwin is the McLaren Racing/Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair in the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London. He received his MSE and PhD from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at Princeton University. Prior to this he received his BEng from the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London.
Group web page: www.sherwinlab.info
Research: Professor Sherwin leads an active research group focusing on the development and application of parallel spectral/hp element techniques for solving partial differential equations using Nektar++. These methods are being applied to direct numerical simulation and stability analysis to a range of applications including vortex flows of relevance to offshore engineering and vehicle aerodynamics and biomedical problems associated with arterial atherosclerosis and atrial arrhythmias.
Other Activities: Currently Professor Sherwin is an associate director of EPSRC/EADS funded Laminar Flow Control Centre and Principal Investigator on the EPSRC funded Platform for Research In Simulation Methods. Professor Sherwin is also the academic lead to the Joint PhD programme with the University of São Paulo.
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et al., 2016, On the Connections Between Discontinuous Galerkin and Flux Reconstruction Schemes: Extension to Curvilinear Meshes, Journal of Scientific Computing, Vol:67, ISSN:0885-7474, Pages:1272-1292
et al., 2016, To CG or to HDG: A Comparative Study in 3D, Journal of Scientific Computing, Vol:67, ISSN:0885-7474, Pages:192-220
Serson D, Meneghini JR, Sherwin SJ, 2016, Velocity-correction schemes for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations in general coordinate systems, Journal of Computational Physics, Vol:316, ISSN:0021-9991, Pages:243-254
et al., 2016, Intimal and medial contributions to the hydraulic resistance of the arterial wall at different pressures: a combined computational and experimental study., J R Soc Interface, Vol:13