Tokamak Disruption Simulation (TDS) SciDAC center

The primary objective of the TDS Center is to help establish the physics basis for effective disruption mitigation in a reactor-size tokamak through large-scale simulations, using the largest computers available. To reach this ambitious goal, the TDS Center aims to simultaneously advance the frontiers of disruption physics and advanced simulation. In particular, the TDS Team develops cutting-edge scalable, adaptive, high-order algorithms for tokamak simulations.



Date Message
Jun 22, 2022 TDS team members will give invited talks at APS-DPP.
Jun 21, 2022 Luis Chacon (LANL) was awarded the EO Lawrence Award.
Apr 11, 2022 Luis Chacon (LANL) organized 2 sessions at the CMCIM.
Apr 11, 2022 John Shadid (SNL) co-chairs the CMCIM.
Apr 4, 2022 TDS team members attend Sherwood Fusion Theory Conference.

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