David Kay
David Kay
Associate Prof in Computational Biology, Department of Computer Science, Oxford
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A preconditioner for the steady-state Navier--Stokes equations
D Kay, D Loghin, A Wathen
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 24 (1), 237-256, 2002
2572002
Efficient preconditioning of the linearized Navier-Stokes equations for incompressible flow
D Silvester, H Elman, D Kay, A Wathen
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 128 (1-2), 261-279, 2001
2362001
Fourier spectral methods for fractional-in-space reaction-diffusion equations
A Bueno-Orovio, D Kay, K Burrage
BIT Numerical mathematics 54 (4), 937-954, 2014
1912014
An efficient implicit FEM scheme for fractional-in-space reaction-diffusion equations
K Burrage, N Hale, D Kay
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 34 (4), A2145-A2172, 2012
1562012
Fractional diffusion models of cardiac electrical propagation: role of structural heterogeneity in dispersion of repolarization
A Bueno-Orovio, D Kay, V Grau, B Rodriguez, K Burrage
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 11 (97), 20140352, 2014
1262014
A posteriori error estimation for stabilized mixed approximations of the Stokes equations
D Kay, D Silvester
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 21 (4), 1321-1336, 1999
1161999
A multigrid finite element solver for the Cahn–Hilliard equation
D Kay, R Welford
Journal of Computational Physics 212 (1), 288-304, 2006
1062006
Finite element approximation of a Cahn-Hilliard-Navier-Stokes system
D Kay, V Styles, R Welford
Interfaces Free Bound 10 (1), 15-43, 2008
1002008
Multi-Cellular Rosettes in the Mouse Visceral Endoderm Facilitate the Ordered Migration of Anterior Visceral Endoderm Cells
G Trichas, AM Smith, N White, V Wilkins, T Watanabe, A Moore, B Joyce, ...
PLoS Biology 10 (2), e1001256, 2012
882012
Neural crest migration is driven by a few trailblazer cells with a unique molecular signature narrowly confined to the invasive front
R McLennan, LJ Schumacher, JA Morrison, JM Teddy, DA Ridenour, ...
Development 142 (11), 2014-2025, 2015
802015
Fluid–solid coupling for the investigation of diastolic and systolic human left ventricular function
D Nordsletten, M McCormick, PJ Kilner, P Hunter, D Kay, NP Smith
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering 27 (7 …, 2011
732011
Adaptive time-stepping for incompressible flow Part II: Navier-Stokes Equations
DA Kay, PM Gresho, DF Griffiths, DJ Silvester
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 32, 111--128, 2010
652010
Efficient numerical solution of Cahn–Hilliard–Navier–Stokes fluids in 2D
D Kay, R Welford
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 29 (6), 2241-2257, 2007
642007
Coupling contraction, excitation, ventricular and coronary blood flow across scale and physics in the heart
J Lee, S Niederer, D Nordsletten, I Le Grice, B Smail, D Kay, N Smith
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2009
622009
Discontinuous Galerkin finite element approximation of the Cahn–Hilliard equation with convection
D Kay, V Styles, E Süli
SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 47 (4), 2660-2685, 2009
612009
VEGF signals induce trailblazer cell identity that drives neural crest migration
R McLennan, LJ Schumacher, JA Morrison, JM Teddy, DA Ridenour, ...
Developmental biology 407 (1), 12-25, 2015
562015
The approximation theory for the p-version finite element method and application to non-linear elliptic PDEs
M Ainsworth, D Kay
Numerische Mathematik 82 (3), 351-388, 1999
441999
Modeling ion channel dynamics through reflected stochastic differential equations
C Dangerfield, D Kay, K Burrage
Phys. Rev. E 85 (5), 2012
422012
A non-conforming monolithic finite element method for problems of coupled mechanics
D Nordsletten, D Kay, N Smith
Journal of Computational Physics 229 (20), 7571-7593, 2010
412010
Efficient simulation of cardiac electrical propagation using high order finite elements
CJ Arthurs, MJ Bishop, D Kay
Journal of computational physics 231 (10), 3946-3962, 2012
392012
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