This School will assist Ph.D. students and other early-stage career researchers to develop their quantitative understanding of the fundamental processes that produce the observed behaviour and properties of plasmas; through lectures and practical computing sessions they will also gain skills in the application of modern data science techniques to the calculation and evaluation of data on these processes. Scientists in developing countries without extensive experimental research facilities will particularly benefit from such training in modern, data-driven computational physics.
Further practical details are available at the ICTP webpage for this event.
Successful participants by application are expected to be early-stage career researchers (at about the postgraduate student and post-doc level) working in the field of modelling and simulation of radiation damage in nuclear energy research. Applications for participation are accepted through the ICTP webpage for this event.
There is no registration fee for this Workshop.
6 participants from 3 countries.
|Claudio MENDOZA||Western Michigan University, United States of America|
|Hyun-Kyung CHUNG||Korea Institute of Fusion Energy, South Korea|
|Yuri RALCHENKO||National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States of America|
|Udo VON TOUSSAINT||Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, Garching, Germany|