Dr Keri Ruth Moyle
BE, PhD, PGDipLATHE
Keri finished a BE in Mechanical in 1999 and a PhD in 2003, both from the University of Auckland. She travelled to London, Ontario, Canada to work in the Steinman group at the Robarts Research Laboratories, before moving to the University of Oxford, to work in the Fluidics and Biocomplexity group. There she taught undergraduate engineering as a member of Pembroke College, and completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education in 2008 with a dissertation entitled “Seeing and believing: intuition and visualisation in undergraduate engineering”.
PGDipLATHE, University of Oxford
PhD in Mechanical Engineering, University of Auckland
BE in Mechanical Engineering, University of Auckland
Teaching | Current
- BIOMENG 321 - Continuum Modelling in Bioengineering
- ENGSCI 331 - Computational Techniques and Computer Systems
- ENGSCI 363 - Modelling and Design 2
- ENGSCI 753 - Computational Techniques in Continuum Mechanics and Bioengineering
- ENGSCI 772 - Whole Organ Modelling
- MATHS 361 - Partial Differential Equations
Vice-Chancellor's Award for Best Doctoral Thesis 2003
- Chair, Faculty of Engineering Teaching and Learning Quality Committee
- Chair, Faculty of Engineering Staff Student Consultative Committee
- Member, Faculty of Engineering Equity Committee
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, United Kingdom
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Moyle, K. R., & Ventikos, Y. (2010). Meshing challenges in complicated FSI flows: Aortic dissection and coiled aneurysms. 17th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference 2010.
- Moyle, K. R., & Ventikos, Y. (2008). Local remeshing for large amplitude grid deformations. JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS, 227 (5), 2781-2793. 10.1016/j.jcp.2007.11.015
- Moyle, K. R., & Ventikos, Y. (2007). Dynamic remeshing for fluid structure interaction - Application to modelling aortic dissection. Paper presented at ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, Keystone, CO. 24 June - 28 June 2007. PROCEEDING OF THE ASME SUMMER BIOENGINEERING CONFERENCE - 2007. (pp. 2).
- Moyle, K. R., Mallinson, G. D., Occleshaw, C. J., Cowan, B. R., & Gentles, T. L. (2006). Wall shear stress is the primary mechanism of energy loss in the Fontan connection. PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY, 27 (3), 309-315. 10.1007/s00246-005-0918-3
- Moyle, K. R., Antiga, L., & Steinman, D. A. (2006). Inlet conditions for image-based CFD models of the carotid bifurcation: Is it reasonable to assume fully developed flow?. JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICAL ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME, 128 (3), 371-379. 10.1115/1.2187035
- Moyle, K. R., Mallinson, G. D., & Cowan, B. R. (2006). Volumetric methods for evaluating irreversible energy losses and entropy production with application to bioengineering flows. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 50 (11), 1357-1368. 10.1002/fld.1193
- Moyle, K. R., Antiga, L., & Steinman, D. A. (2005). Inlet conditions in hemodynamics - Effects of secondary flow on modeled wall shear stress at the carotid bifurcation. Proceedings of the 2005 Summer Bioengineering Conference, 2005, 227-228.
- Moyle, K. R., Mallinson, G. D., Cowan, B. R., Gentles, T. L., & Occleshaw, C. J. (2003). Irreversible energy losses in the haemodynamics of a Fontan connection. Paper presented at World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Sydney, Australia. 24 August - 29 August 2003.