Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory



Genia Vogman

Executive Summary

Leveraging the latest advances in supercomputing and applied mathematics, this research aims to apply newly developed, high-accuracy computational algorithms to investigate the fundamental fine-scale physics of plasmas. If successful, the results will greatly advance our understanding of plasma science, with application to national missions in fusion energy and nuclear weapons stockpile stewardship.

Publications and Presentations

Vogman, G. V., et al. 2018. "Conservative Fourth-Order Finite-Volume Vlasov-Poisson Solver for Axisymmetric Plasmas in Cylindrical (r, v(r), v(theta)) Phase Space Coordinates." Journal of Computational Physics 373: 877–899. LLNL-JRNL-743356.

——— . 2018. "Microphysics of Sheared Flow Plasmas in High-Voltage Power Transmission Lines." Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Postdoctoral Poster Symposium, Livermore, CA, June 2018. LLNL-POST-752261.

——— . 2018. "Conservative Fourth-Order Finite-Volume Discretization of the Vlasov-Maxwell System in Cartesian and Cylindrical Axisymmetric Geometries." International Conference on Spectral and High Order Methods, London, UK, July 2018. LLNL-PRES-754323.