Teaching and Supervision
Code and numerics developments in the JOREK non-linear MHD code. Postdoctoral Researcher (starting 9/2019). – co-funded position between Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics and Max Planck Computing and Data Facility (MPCDF)
Non-linear simulations of natural and mitigated disruptions including Runaway Electron dynamics. Postdoctoral Researcher (since 10/2016)
EUROfusion Researcher Grant 2018/19.
Non-linear simulations of internal plasma instabilities. Postdoctoral Researcher (1/2018 till 09/2018)
ELM dynamics and ELM control by RMPs: towards quantitative comparisons of non-linear modeling with experiments. Postdoctoral Researcher (02/2015 till 12/2017)
EUROfusion Researcher Grant 2016/17.
Working title: Non-linear simulations of natural and mitigated disruptions. Technical University Munich, Munich, Germany (since 06/2019).
Working title: Non-linear MHD simulations for quasi-axisymmetric stellarators. Technical University Munich, Germany (since 01/2019).
Working title: Models and methods for non-linear MHD studies of quasi-axisymmetric stellarators. Technical University Munich, Germany (since 09/2018).
Working title: Simulations of full ELM-cycles and inter-ELM activity. Technical University Munich, Germany (since 11/2017).
Free-boundary simulations of MHD plasma instabilities in tokamaks. Aix-Marseille Université, Marseille, France (finished 12/2018). [Document at Aix-Marseille University] – co-supervision
3D Nonlinear Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations of Macroscopic Internal Instabilities in Tokamak Plasmas. Technical University Munich, Germany (finished 08/2017). [Document at TU Munich] – co-supervision
Non-linear simulations of the transition of a disrupting plasma into a vertical displacement event (working title). University Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany (starting 11/2019).
Non-linear MHD simulation of mode locking and disruption onset in tokamaks. Technical University Munich, Munich, Germany (finished 05/2019).
Anisotroper Wärmetransport in nicht-linearen MHD-Simulationen. Technical University Munich, Munich, Germany (finished 08/2019).
Working Students and Interns
Richard Nies (2019, 3 months)
Lukas Krumpeck (2018/2019, 3 months, part time)
Andrea Alejandra Gonzalez Galvan (2018, 6 weeks)
Richard Nies (2018, 2 months)
Fabian Wieschollek (2018, 2 months)
Gerard Oosterwegel (2017, 2 months)
Nina Schwarz (2017, 2 months)
Derya Taray (2014-2016, 12 months in part time)
Nina Wenke (2013, 3 months)
Christian Meggle (2011, 6 weeks)
Isabel Krebs (2010, 2 months)
Gerd Meisl (2009, 6 weeks)
Lectures and Tutorials
Substitutions for plasma physics lecture given by S. Günter / P. Lauber. Technical University Munich (since 2009).
Various undergraduate and graduate practicals. Technical University Munich (2008-2009).
Visitor tours including an introduction to plasma physics and fusion research. IPP Garching (2007-2009).
Robotics courses for school students. TUMlab, Technical University Munich (2008).
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