Welcome to my humble home page. I say humble, because the stuff you're really interested in is probably on one of several other Web pages. The links below will help you find your way to the right one.
Most of my work is centered around the development of
a state-of-the-art Monte Carlo neutral transport code. The code
is written in a high-level
quasi-object oriented programming environment assembled
by Charles Karney with some
ingenious ("heroic" usage in the opinion of John Krommes)
usage of FWEB
macros. Although usage of the code is growing, I still
find myself spending much of my time adding new features. The
DEGAS 2 Web page also contains
links to my most recent research publications and presentations.
You may also be looking for my
Java applets. If so, you might really
want to start at the IPPEX home
page and go from there, following the
links. I still have my original Java applet page
here with a couple of simpler items.
If you want even more Java, I've been working with Russell Hulse and a
couple of undergraduate students on a Java application which
should prove very useful to other researchers who would like to build
graphical interfaces for their old FORTRAN codes. It's called
UniVista. Check it out!
As leader of the PPPL Boundary Physics Science Focus Group, I have been participating in PPPL's Speakers Program. One of the nice features of Microsoft's PowerPoint is that it allows presentations to be saved in an HTML format. One limitation is that you need Internet Explorer
If you would like to know more about the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
and what we do here, check out the Lab's
main Web site.
I work in the PPPL Theory Department. We have a
semi-snazzy page targeted
at the general public. However, if you are looking for help with
some technical problem, particularly something computer-related, you
might want to check the generic Theory
I have here my
resume is available upon request.
If you came here looking for lots of pretty pictures, you're in the wrong place (although you might check the talk links above). Try my home home page at http://mywebpages.comcast.net/dstotler/ instead.