Long Branch, NJ
22nd International Conference on Numerical Simulation of Plasmas (ICNSP)
The purpose of this conference series, which started at the College of William and Mary in 1967 "to disseminate progress in the state-of-the-art of plasma simulation and to report specific applications of computer experiments to various areas of plasma physics," remains unchanged. On the other hand, the topics of the Conference, which has been expanded over the years, now include:
- Magnetic & Inertial Fusion Plasmas
- Space & Astrophysical Plasmas
- High Intensity Beams & Laser Plasma Interactions
- Low-temperature Plasmas
- Numerical Methods & High Performance Computing
- Scientific Visualization
In view of the recent advance in computing power, the rapid shift in programming paradigms, the improvement in numerical algorithms, the demand for better data management and visualization and the exciting simulation results in many application areas, this Conference is envisioned as the platform for computational plasma physicists worldwide to showcase their research and to exchange ideas.
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