Professor Beth Wingate's main research interest is the study of oscillations in fluid mechanics, mathematics, and numerics related to high performance computing. Her recent research is focused on physics of the Arctic Ocean, direct numerical simulations, and time-stepping methods for HPC and climate modeling, and the fluid mechanics of the slow/fast manifolds. She did her PhD work at the University of Michigan studying numerics, waves and ocean fluid dynamics. Other interests include spectral element methods, in particular the investigation of near optimal interpolation on triangles. She spent many years at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, USA before moving to the University of Exeter in Devon, UK in 2013.

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