I'm David Moxey, a research associate in the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London. I work with Prof. Spencer Sherwin and Dr. Joaquim Peiró as a senior developer of Nektar++, an open source high-order finite element framework.
My research interests lie primarily in the field of computational fluid dynamics, although more generally I am interested in problems containing aspects of both computational mathematics and high performance computing. You can find a little more information on my research page or see a list of my publications.
My research interests are broadly placed within the field of computational mathematics, with a particular emphasis on topics which include an aspect of high-performance computing. However, over the last few years, my focus has been to investigate problems in and around the field of computational fluid dynamics through the judicious use of high-order finite element methods. You can read more about this on my dedicated research page.
My preferred form of contact is email. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively you can contact me by post. My work address is:
Department of Aeronautics,
Imperial College London,
South Kensington Campus,
London, SW7 2AZ.
Although it is not guaranteed that I will be around, I do also frequent the blackcobalt.net IRC network. Connect to phoenix.xyloid.org and join channel #phoenix.