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Computational Plasma Physics

Main areas of research:

  • Modeling and Simulation of Low Temperature Plasmas
  • Computational Modeling of Negative ion sources for Fusion applications.
  • High Power Microwave Breakdown and Microwave Streamers
  • Fluid models
  • Kinetic models (PIC-Monte Carlo Collision)
  • Plasma transport across magnetic fields
  • Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas and its Applications
  • Self organization in Low temperature Plasmas
  • Electron Beam Generated Plasmas
  • Ray Tracing methods
  • Streamer Dynamics
  • Computational Magnetohydrodynamics