Mathias Hoppe Alumni
PhD student
Contact details

Email: mathias.hoppe at

ORCID: 0000-0003-3994-8977

Recent publications
  1. I. Pusztai et al., Bayesian optimization of massive material injection for disruption mitigation in tokamaks. Journal of Plasma Physics 89 (2), 905890204 (2023)
  2. R Tinguely et al., On the minimum transport required to passively suppress runaway electrons in SPARC disruptions. Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion (), (2023)
  3. A.E. Järvinen et al., Bayesian approach for validation of runaway electron simulations. Journal of Plasma Physics 88 (6), 905880612 (2022)
  4. Esmée Berger et al., Runaway dynamics in reactor-scale spherical tokamak disruptions. Journal of Plasma Physics 88 (6), 905880611 (2022)
  5. O. Vallhagen et al., Effect of two-stage shattered pellet injection on tokamak disruptions. Nuclear Fusion 62 (11), 112004 (2022)
Note: This researcher is no longer affiliated with Chalmers University of Technology.
Author of the DREAM runaway electron simulation framework (<>) and the SOFT synthetic diagnostic framework: <>. Currently a postdoc at the Swiss Plasma Centre of École Polytechnique Fèdèrale de Lausanne. ##### Selected publications 1. *SOFT: a synthetic synchrotron diagnostic*, in [Nuclear Fusion **58** (2), 026032]( (2018) ([arXiv:1709.00674]( 2. Licentiate thesis (PDF)
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