University of InnsbruckUniversity of Innsbruck

Institut für Ionenphysik und Angewandte Physik - Complex Systems

Complex Systems

Research and projects

Recent research topics:
  • Nonlinear dynamics and structure formation in quasi two-dimensional complex fluids
  • Electromagnetic turbulence in fusion and space plasmas
  • Multi scale interactions during formation and collapse of transport barriers in tokamaks
  • Many particle dynamics in magnetised ultracold plasmas
  • Computational physics and high-performance computing: development of numerical models for complex dynamical systems. Simulations on local and international computing clusters and supercomputers ("VIP Lab", LEO-I/II/III, RZG, DEISA, ...)
  • Statistics and data analysis; verification, validation and visualisation
Present projects:
  • TEMP:EST: FWF/BMWF START project Y398 "Turbulence in the Edge of Magnetized Plasmas: Emergent Structures and Transport" (2009-2015)

  • DK+ CIM: FWF Doctoral School "Computational Interdisciplinary Modelling" (2010-2014)

  • CHxTRACE: FWF project P21061 "Hydrocarbon Transport and Chemistry in Tokamaks" (2009-2011)

  • P8-CPD: "Computational Plasma Dynamics, Association Euratom-ÖAW (since 2008)

  • VIP-Lab: "Virtual Ion and Plasma Laboratory", Nachwuchsförderprogramm der Universität Innsbruck (2009)
Internal collaborations and networks:
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