|Professor: Prof. John P. Verboncoeur||Emeritus Professor: Prof. Charles K.(Ned) Birdsall|
Dr. Helen Smith
Dr. Hae June Lee
Dr. Sang Ki Nam
Dr. Bin Li
Dr. Yaman Güçlü
Chuck Bardel (2011-)
Scott Rice (2011-)
Guy Parsey (2011-)
Gautham Dharuman (2013-)
Janez Krek (2016-)
Recent Visiting Scholars:
Dr. Marisa Roberto (Brazil)
Prof. Ming-Chieh Lin (Taiwan)
Dr. Hyun Chul Kim (S. Korea)
Prof. Guangsup Cho (S. Korea)
Prof. Suwon Cho (S. Korea)
Dr. Yuichi Ikeda (Hitachi Research Laboratory)
Mr. Naoki Matsumoto (Sumitomo Metals)
Prof. Miles Turner (Dublin City University)
Dr. Hide Usui (RASC, Kyoto University)
MSc. Rahnuma Chowdhury (2014-2016)
MSc. Mayur Jain (2013-2015)
Dr. Emi Kawamura
Dr. Jeff Hammel
Verboncoeur, J.P., M.V. Alves, V. Vahedi, and C.K. Birdsall, "Simultaneous Potential and Circuit Solution for 1d bounded Plasma Particle Simulation Codes," J. Comp. Physics, 104, pp. 321-328, February 1993.
Vahedi, V., C.K. Birdsall, M.A. Lieberman, G. DiPeso, and T.D. Rognlien, "Verification of frequency scaling laws for capacitive radio-frequency discharges using two-dimensional simulations," Phys. Fluids B 5 (7), pp. 2719-2729, July 1993.
V. Vahedi and G. DiPeso, "Simulataneous Potential and Circuit Solution for Two-Dimensional Bounded Plasma Simulation Codes," J. Comp. Phys. 131, pp. 149-163, 1997. (Work begun at U.C. Berkeley)
J.P. Verboncoeur, A.B. Langdon and N.T. Gladd, "An Object-Oriented Electromagnetic PIC Code", Comp. Phys. Comm., 87, May11, 1995, pp. 199-211.
Our older, far less well kept up codes are:
Codes that require xgrafix
Codes with own version of xgrafix
Python/Matlab based codes
|Following codes require system-wide installed xgrafix (usually in /usr/local/lib). Before compiling codes, please download, compile and install xgrafix.||Following codes do not work with current version of xgrafix and have versiobn of xgrafix packed into tarball.||Following codes require working Python environment (python 2.7/iython) or MatLab.|
Many authors, using our codes, have made acknowledgments to PTSG and sent us copies of their reports, journal articles, letters, and MS, Ph.D. theses. We appreciate both.
Since 1991, we have listed the publications brought to our attention using our codes XPDP1, XPDC1, XPDS1, XPDP2, and XOOPIC (by us and others). The total that we are aware of now exceeds 300, including over 60 by us. We are delighted to have been helpful to these authors. We are even more delighted to learn of their excellent and ingenious applications and modifications of our codes (go to the List of the publications).Return
We have given workshops for users of our plasma device codes. These codes are particle-in-cell (PIC) codes with Monte Carlo collision (MCC) models in 1D and 2D. Cartesian, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates are modeled, in both electrostatic and electromagnetic regimes. The models include flexible boundary conditions, external driving circuits, and user-customizable diagnostics. The PTSG has been at the forefront of algorithm development for almost 50 years, and continues to develop new models for physics, computer science, and applied mathematics.
Inquiries are welcome (address to Prof. John P. Verboncoeur).