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University of Oxford
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Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
In my PhD research I apply asymptotic methods to magnetohydrodynamic models to help understand the flow of liquid metal inside a nuclear fusion reactor.
I am interested in a broad range of mathematics that applies to real-world problems. While my current focus is on modelling continuum systems, with an emphasis on fluid dynamics and electromagnetism, in the past I have worked on discrete and continuum problems in materials modelling, control theory, computational geometry and image processing.
B5.6 Nonlinear Systems
C5.5 Perturbation Methods
Major / Recent Publications:
Discrete sliding-mode-based differentiators
Jean-Pierre Barbot, Arie Levant, Miki Livne and Davin Lunz.
2016 14th International Workshop on Variable Structure Systems (VSS). 166–171. IEEE.
On discretization of high-order sliding modes
Arie Levant, Miki Livne and Davin Lunz.
Recent Trends in Sliding Mode Control, 2016.