List of participants to 10th Runaway Electron Modelling (REM) meeting

Name Affiliation Remote participation Is presenting?
Aaro Järvinen VTT No Batch Bayesian Optimization for Validating DREAM+SOFT Simulations with Synchrotron Images at JET
Alex Tinguely MIT PSFC Yes No
Alexander Battey Columbia University No Progress on Noncollisional Runaway Electron Techniques on DIII-D
Alexandre Fil CEA Yes No
Allen Boozer Columbia University Yes The spreading of lost runaway electrons on the chamber walls
Andrea Casolari IPP Prague Yes No
Andrés Orduña Aix-Marseille Université, Czech Technical University in Prague, Institute of Plasma Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences Yes Visible camera tomographic inversion for RE studies under Ar and D gas injection on the COMPASS tokamak
Ansh Patel Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics Yes Reconstruction algorithm for the runaway electron energy distribution function of the ITER hard x-ray monitor
Chang Liu Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory Yes Kinetic-MHD simulation of compressional Alfvén eigenmodes excited by runaway electrons
Chizhou Wang EPFL No Simulation of runaway electron generation during disruptions with vertical displacement in ITER using JOREK
Chris McDevitt University of Florida Yes Applications of physics-informed deep learning methods to disruption modeling
Cristian Sommariva École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Swiss Plasma Center Yes The 3D synthetic fast camera of the JOREK code and first applications to the imaging of runaway electron beams
Di Hu Beihang University Yes Evolution of hot-tail electron distribution and their impact to disruption mitigation after D2 Shattered Pellet Injection in ITER plasmas
Enrico Emanuelli Politecnico di Torino No No
Eric Nardon CEA No JOREK simulations of RE generation in the Ar-MGI-triggered disruption in JET pulse 95135
Eva Tomesova IPP Prague Yes No
Ferenc Lengyel Institute of Nuclear Techniques, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary No Kinetic modelling of runaway electrons in EU-DEMO disruptions
Fiona Wouters TU/e No No
Francesco Vannini Max Planck Institute for plasma physics No Towards simulations of 3D RE beam termination in DEMO
Francisco Javier Artola ITER Organization No Status of the ITER Disruption Mitigation System and research needs regarding runaway electron physics
Gabriella Pautasso IPP Garching No No
Gergely Papp Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics No Introduction and brief overview of IPP activities
Gergo Pokol BME NTI No No
Hannes Bergström Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics No Kinetic runaway electron simulations with JOREK
Hari Choudhury Columbia University Yes No
Ida Ekmark Chalmers University of Technology No Multi-objective Bayesian optimization of tokamak disruptions using fluid and kinetic models
István Pusztai Chalmers Yes No
Jakub Čaloud Institute of Plasma Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences Yes No
Jari Varje Tokamak Energy Ltd Yes No
Jaroslav Čeřovský IPP Prague Yes No
Jedrzej Walkowiak Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences, PL-31342 Krakow, Poland No Numerical investigation of runaway electrons generation in tungsten-rich tokamak plasmas
Joan Decker EPFL No Overview of recent runaway electron experiments at TCV
John Boguski MIT No Engineering Aspects of the SPARC tokamak runaway electron mitigation coil design
Lili Édes BME NTI No Study of the current spike in ASDEX Upgrade disruptions using simulations with Bayesian optimization
Lise Hanebring Chalmers Yes No
Lorenzo Votta EPFL Yes Study of Suprathermal Electron Dynamics by Modelling the Electron Cyclotron Emission
Lovepreet Singh Politecnico di Torino No No
Luke Simons EPFL Yes No
Matej Tomes Institute of Plasma Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences Yes Synchrotron Radiation Model for Cherab
Mathias Hoppe KTH Royal Institute of Technology No Runaway electron dynamics in the Tokamak à Configuration Variable
Matthew Beidler Oak Ridge National Laboratory Yes No
Matthias Hoelzl Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, Garching, Germany No (Very) preliminary results for the simulation of RE experiments in ASDEX Upgrade
Michael Lehnen ITER Yes No
Nina Schwarz IPP Garching No The mechanism of vertical force reduction in mitigated disruptions
Ondrej Ficker Institute of Plasma Physics of the CAS, Prague Yes RE equilibrium as an energy diagnostics method
Oskar Vallhagen Chalmers No Drift of ablated material after pellet injection in a tokamak
Paul Heinrich Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, Garching, Germany No Radiation characteristics of the SPI experiments at ASDEX Upgrade
Peter Halldestam Max Planck Instiut für Plasmaphysik No Modeling of SPI-mitigated disruptions in ASDEX Upgrade
Santosh Pandya Institute for Plasma Research, Gandhinagar, India No No
Soma Olasz Budapest University of Technology and Economics, NTI No Feasibility of the JT-60SA EDICAM system for runaway electron detection
Tijs Wijkamp Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research No Runaway pitch angle scattering through resonant interaction with the toroidal magnetic field ripple in TCV
Tünde Fülöp Chalmers No Overview of Chalmers activities
Valerie Izzo Fiat Lux Yes No
Vinodh Bandaru Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Assam Yes MHD simulations of RE beam termination and re-avalanche in ITER
Weikang Tang Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics No Nonlinear shattered pellet injection simulations on AUG using JOREK
Yeongsun lee Seoul national university/Seoul Yes Kinetic modelling of runaway electron generation at the weakly ionized system
Yiru Xiao Massachusetts Institute of Technology No Validating SPARC's Runaway Electron Mitigation Coil (REMC) Design with DREAM Simulation
Yuri Asnis Swiss Plasma Center Yes No
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