US-Japan Workshop on Integrated Modeling

(with European Participation)

Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

September 21-24, 2004

Workshop Summary


A. Fukuyama, Status of the TASK project and BPSI in Japan

H. Wilson, Status and Plans for the EU Integrated Modeling Task Force

V. Parail, Integrated Modeling Initiative in JET

A. Kritz, NTCC and ECC

S. Jardin, Status of the US Fusion Simulation Project

M. Kotschenreuther, Physics Issues for Integrated Modeling of a Fusion Reactor

C. Kessel Integrated Modeling Studies of Burning Plasmas using TSC

M. YagiTransport simulation using extended transport model

G. Bateman The Pedestal Height and ELM Frequency in Tokamaks

R.Budny Integrated Modeling of Burning Plasmas with the TRANSP code

T.Ozeki MHD Stability Analysis Consistent to Transport Properties

J. Breslau, Resistive MHD modeling of a small tokamak

N. Nakajima, MHD and Transport in Heliotron systems

H. Strauss, Global Stability Modeling of Stellarators

H.Wilson, Integrated Elm Modeling

H. Naitou, Effects of Ion Landau damping on Kinetic MHD Modes

G. Fu Hybrid Simulations of Energetic Particle Effects in Tokamaks

W. LeeKinetic-MHD Simulation and Integrated Modeling

J. Kinsey Nonlinear Gyrokinetic Simulations of ExB Shear Supression

Y. Kishimoto Dynamics of large scale structure in ETG/ITG turbulence based on fluid simulation

T.S. Hahm The role of turbulence spreading in edge-core coupling: theory and simulation

H. Hiwatari, Divertor Modeling with Simple Core-SOL-Divertor Model

T. Rognlien, Issues and recent developments in edge plasma modeling encompassing both the pedestal and SOL regions

T. Takizuka Divertor Simulations

P. BonoliStatus of RF modeling in Integrated Simulations

L. Berry Transport Simulation with High Resolution RF Analysis Using the Common-Component Architecture

A. Fukuyama Common Data Interface for Integrated Simulation

Y. Carlsson Component approach to Integrated Modeling

Sept 2004 Report of the FSP Steering Committee