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.
My official PPPL
web page, which has a more detailed statement of research
interests, as well as biographical and contact information. However, my bibliography is only
available here; my
resume is available upon request.
Most of my work is centered around
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", in the opinion of John Krommes)
usage of FWEB
DEGAS 2 Web page also contains
links to some of my research publications and presentations.
The bulk of the development work on DEGAS 2 over the last several years has been in conjunction with the Edge Physics Simulation [EPSI; C. S. Chang (PPPL), P.I.] and the preceding Center for Plasma Edge Simulation collaborations funded by DoE's Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing program. In particular, I have been focused on the creation of a comprehensive neutral transport subroutine based on DEGAS 2 that can be integrated into the projects' kinetic plasma simulation codes.
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