p-version finite element methods applied to the equations of cardiac electrical propagation (mono/bidomain)
Adaptive timestep control for differential equations
I moved to Balliol College here after completing my MMath degree at the University of Warwick, becoming a DPhil student at the Life Sciences Interface Doctoral Training Centre in 2008. I completed my taught course year, and in 2009 joined the Computational Biology group to work on efficient schemes for solving the cardiac bidomain equations.
Chaste: an open source C++ library for computational physiology and biology
G.R. Mirams‚ C.J. Arthurs‚ M.O. Bernabeu‚ R. Bordas‚ J. Cooper‚ A. Corrias‚ Y. Davit‚ S−J. Dunn‚ A.G. Fletcher‚ D.G. Harvey‚ M.E. Marsh‚ J. M. Osborne‚ P. Pathmanathan‚ J. Pitt−Francis‚ J. Southern‚ N. Zemzemi and D.J. Gavaghan
In PLoS Computational Biology. Vol. 9. No. 3. Pages e1002970. 2013.
Efficient simulation of cardiac electrical propagation using high order finite elements
Christopher J Arthurs‚ Martin J Bishop and David Kay
In Journal of computational physics. Vol. 231. No. 10. Pages 3946–3962. 2012.