Welcome to the
SciDAC-3 Center for Edge Physics Simulation
(Project PI: Choong-Seock Chang, PPPL)



The EPSI SciDAC Partnership will develop advanced fusion simulation codes based upon first-principles physical models to provide insight into edge plasma physics in magnetic fusion devices. Collaborations with the SciDAC Institutes will ensure reliable and efficient solution of validated models on extreme-scale, high-performance computers. For more information on the center click here.



This figure shows an electrostatic potential perturbation
from a petascale simulation of full-function gyrokinetic
ion temperature gradient turbulence in realistic global
DIII-D geometry. The magnetic separatrix surface
is highlighted in the edge region.




The movie shows electrostatic turbulence across the separatrix at the outside midplane. Tearing off of the pedestal turbulence by a sheared poloidal flow and subsequent blob formation can be seen. (Watch in HD for best results)



News

  • 1st 2014 EPSI all-hands meeting The first EPSI all-hands meeting in 2014 will take place in Oak Ridge, TN, on January 9 and 10.
    Posted Nov 20, 2013, 11:30 AM by Robert Hager
  • 2nd EPSI all-hands meeting 2013 The second EPSI all-hands meeting in 2013 will take place in Berkeley, CA, on August 14 and 15.
    Posted Jun 19, 2013, 8:37 AM by Robert Hager
  • EPSI all-hands meeting, January 2013 The slides of the presentations given at our recent all-hands meeting in Austin are now online. To view them you have to sign in using the link at the ...
    Posted Jan 28, 2013, 8:36 AM by Robert Hager
  • SciDAC-3 Center for Edge Physics Simulation is online!
    Posted Dec 14, 2012, 6:34 AM by Robert Hager
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