Guido Huijsmans is Full Professor of Science and Technology of Nuclear Fusion within the Department of Applied Physics at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). He was named ITER Scientist Fellow in 2016, applying his expertise to research for the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, the world's largest magnetic confinement plasma physics experiment being built in France. Huijsmans is working on large-scale numerical simulation of instabilities in ITER plasmas.
Treatment of polar grid singularities in the bi-cubic Hermite-Bézier approximationsJournal of Computational Physics (2022)
Nonlinear MHD modeling of n = 1 RMP-induced pedestal transport and mode coupling effects on ELM suppression in KSTARNuclear Fusion (2022)
A generalised formulation of G-continuous Bezier elements applied to non-linear MHD simulationsJournal of Computational Physics (2022)
Disruption prediction with artificial intelligence techniques in tokamak plasmasNature Physics (2022)
Non-linear MHD modelling of edge localized modes suppression by resonant magnetic perturbations in ITERNuclear Fusion (2022)
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