Andrew T. T. McRae
Andrew T. T. McRae
Postdoctoral Research Assistant, University of Oxford
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Firedrake: automating the finite element method by composing abstractions
F Rathgeber, DA Ham, L Mitchell, M Lange, F Luporini, ATT McRae, ...
ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS) 43 (3), 24, 2016
2842016
Automated generation and symbolic manipulation of tensor product finite elements
ATT McRae, GT Bercea, L Mitchell, DA Ham, CJ Cotter
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 38 (5), S25-S47, 2016
472016
Automating the solution of PDEs on the sphere and other manifolds in FEniCS 1.2
ME Rognes, DA Ham, CJ Cotter, ATT McRae
Geoscientific Model Development 6 (6), 2099-2119, 2013
462013
Energy‐ and enstrophy‐conserving schemes for the shallow-water equations, based on mimetic finite elements
ATT McRae, CJ Cotter
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 140 (684), 2223-2234, 2014
402014
A structure-exploiting numbering algorithm for finite elements on extruded meshes, and its performance evaluation in Firedrake
GT Bercea, ATT McRae, DA Ham, L Mitchell, F Rathgeber, L Nardi, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 9 (10), 3803-3815, 2016
29*2016
Optimal-Transport--Based Mesh Adaptivity on the Plane and Sphere Using Finite Elements
ATT McRae, CJ Cotter, CJ Budd
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 40 (2), A1121-A1148, 2018
122018
Compatible finite element methods for numerical weather prediction
CJ Cotter, ATT McRae
arXiv preprint arXiv:1401.0616, 2014
82014
The scaling and skewness of optimally transported meshes on the sphere
CJ Budd, ATT McRae, CJ Cotter
Journal of Computational Physics 375, 540-564, 2018
3*2018
Compatible finite element methods for atmospheric dynamical cores
ATT McRae
Imperial College London, 2015
32015
Compatible Finite Element Methods for Geophysical Flows: Automation and Implementation Using Firedrake
TH Gibson, ATT McRae, CJ Cotter, L Mitchell, DA Ham
Springer Nature, 2019
22019
Single-Precision in the Tangent-Linear and Adjoint Models of Incremental 4D-Var
S Hatfield, A McRae, T Palmer, P Düben
Monthly Weather Review 148 (4), 1541-1552, 2020
12020
Firedrake
TH Gibson, ATT McRae, CJ Cotter, L Mitchell, DA Ham
Compatible Finite Element Methods for Geophysical Flows, 39-54, 2019
12019
Firedrake: Re-imagining FEniCS by Composing Domain-specific Abstractions
F Rathgeber, L Mitchell, D Ham, M Lange, A McRae, F Luporini, G Bercea, ...
1
Using reduced-precision arithmetic in the adjoint model of MITgcm
ATT McRae, TN Palmer
arXiv preprint arXiv:2003.08972, 2020
2020
Models in Three-Dimensions
TH Gibson, ATT McRae, CJ Cotter, L Mitchell, DA Ham
Compatible Finite Element Methods for Geophysical Flows, 75-108, 2019
2019
Finite Element Methods for Geophysical Flows
TH Gibson, ATT McRae, CJ Cotter, L Mitchell, DA Ham
Compatible Finite Element Methods for Geophysical Flows, 17-38, 2019
2019
Models in Two-Dimensions
TH Gibson, ATT McRae, CJ Cotter, L Mitchell, DA Ham
Compatible Finite Element Methods for Geophysical Flows, 55-74, 2019
2019
Geophysical Fluid Dynamics and Simulation
TH Gibson, ATT McRae, CJ Cotter, L Mitchell, DA Ham
Compatible Finite Element Methods for Geophysical Flows, 1-16, 2019
2019
On the shallow atmosphere approximation in finite element dynamical cores
CJ Cotter, DA Ham, ATT McRae, L Mitchell, A Natale
arXiv preprint arXiv:1410.3069, 2014
2014
Generating performance portable geoscientific simulation code with Firedrake
DA Ham, G Bercea, CJ Cotter, PH Kelly, N Loriant, F Luporini, AT McRae, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 1, 05, 2013
2013
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