ARC Grant-Fund Researcher (A)
School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
I am currently interested in the development of novel mathematical methods for the detection and characterisation of Lagrangian coherent structures. In reality these structures could be polar vortices or oceanic eddies. My work incorporates ideas from dynamical systems and ergodic theory and I build algorithms capable of identifying such structures and signalling atypical geophysical events.
Year Citation 2023 Blachut, C., Gonzalez-Tokman, C., & Hernandez-Duenas, G. (2023). A Patch in Time Saves Nine: Methods for the Identification of Localised Dynamical Behaviour and Lifespans of Coherent Structures. Journal of Nonlinear Science, 33(4), 1-32.
2020 Blachut, C., & González-Tokman, C. (2020). A tale of two vortices: How numerical ergodic theory and transfer operators reveal fundamental changes to coherent structures in non-autonomous dynamical systems. Journal of Computational Dynamics, 7(2), 369-399.
Year Citation - Blachut, C. (n.d.). Seeking earthly measures: Algorithms for the detection, tracking and investigation of coherent structures in non-autonomous dynamical systems.
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