Leon Kamp is Associate Professor in the Turbulence and Vortex Dynamics group of the Department of Applied Physics at Eindhoven University of Technology. Kamp’s research interests cover the field of theoretical fluid dynamics. In recent years, Kamp has been focusing on the dynamics of shallow fluid layers with applications in two-dimensional turbulence and for understanding zonal flows in geophysical fluids as well as thermonuclear fusion plasmas.
Leon Kamp holds a cum laude master's degree in Electrical Engineering from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). He immediately went on to do his PhD here as well, graduating in 1984 on wave propagation in plasma with a thesis that earned him the Shell Study Tour prize. He has worked at TU/e ever since, first as Assistant Professor from 1984 to 1996, then as Associate Professor. In addition, Kamp has taught and done research at various other institutes around the world, such as Dartmouth College (USA), the Australian National University, and the University of Colorado Boulder (USA).
Closed-form solutions for the trajectories of charged particles in an exponentially varying magnetostatic fieldIEEE Transactions on Plasma Science (2019)
Quantifying photothermal and hot charge carrier effects in plasmon-driven nanoparticle synthesesACS Nano (2018)
Quantifying Photothermal and Hot Charge Carrier Effects in Plasmon-Driven Nanoparticle SynthesesACS Nano (2018)
Kinetic simulations of W impurity transport by ELMs44th European Physical Society Conference on Plasma Physics, (EPS2017) (2017)
MHD-PIC simulations of impurity transport by ELMs43rd European Physical Society Conference on Plasma Physics, EPS 2016 (2016)
- Bachelor final project (15 ECTS)
- Advanced electrodynamics
- Advanced fluid dynamics
- Bachelor final project (10ECTS)
- General theory of relativity
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