Mathias Hoppe Alumni
PhD student
Contact details

Email: mhop at kth.se

ORCID: 0000-0003-3994-8977

Recent publications
  1. Ida Ekmark et al., Fluid and kinetic studies of tokamak disruptions using Bayesian optimization. Journal of Plasma Physics (), (2024)
  2. J Walkoviak et al., First numerical analysis of runaway electron generation in tungsten-rich plasmas towards ITER.Nuclear Fusion (), (2024)
  3. O Vallhagen et al., Runaway Electron Dynamics in ITER Disruptions with Shattered Pellet Injections. Nuclear Fusion (), (2024)
  4. I. Pusztai et al., Bayesian optimization of massive material injection for disruption mitigation in tokamaks. Journal of Plasma Physics 89 (2), 905890204 (2023)
  5. R A Tinguely et al., On the minimum transport required to passively suppress runaway electrons in SPARC disruptions. Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion 65 (3), 034002 (2023)
Note: This researcher is no longer affiliated with Chalmers University of Technology.
Author of the DREAM runaway electron simulation framework (<https://github.com/chalmersplasmatheory/DREAM>) and the SOFT synthetic diagnostic framework: <https://github.com/hoppe93/SOFT2>. Working since April 2023 as assistant professor in Fusion Plasma Physics at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. ##### Selected publications 1. *SOFT: a synthetic synchrotron diagnostic*, in [Nuclear Fusion **58** (2), 026032](https://doi.org/10.1088/1741-4326/aa9abb) (2018) ([arXiv:1709.00674](https://arxiv.org/abs/1709.00674)) 2. Licentiate thesis (PDF)
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