Institute of Plasma Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences
Theory and modelling group at the Institute of Plasma Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences performing theoretical study of the tokamak plasma. This includes research, requiring atomic, molecular and plasma-surface interaction (AMP) data; such as, SOL physics, NBI heating, impurity transport and ets. Among the most AMP hungry directions is the Kinetic modelling of the plasma edge, development of corresponding kinetic codes and nonlinear collison operators.
 D. Tskhakaya et al., "Kinetic model of the COMPASS tokamak SOL", Nuclear Materials and Energy26, 100893 (2021). [link to article]
 A. Kirschner et al., "Modelling of plasma-wall interaction and impurity transport in fusion devices and prompt deposition of tungsten as application", Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion60, 014041 (2017). [link to article]
 D. Tskhakaya, "One-dimensional plasma sheath model in front of the divertor plates", Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion59, 114001 (2017). [link to article]
 D. Tskhakaya, "Kinetic Modelling of the Plasma Recombination", Contributions to Plasma Physics56, 698-704 (2016). [link to article]
 D. Tskhakaya and M. Groth, "Modelling of tungsten re-deposition coefficient", Journal of Nuclear Materials463, 624-628 (2015). [link to article]