Research on neoclassical transport phenomena in helical and tokamak core plasmas.
Development of large-scale numerical simulation code to solve the drift-kinetic equation, and the application of the code for neoclassical transport simulation and the analysis of experiment data.
Simulation study on impurity transport phenomena in helical plasmas.
Optimization of helical device configuration by using machine learning.
|Course||Division of Fusion Simulation|
|Affiliation||Fusion Theory and Simulation Research Division|
|Department||Core Plasma Simulation Research Section|
|Degree||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Works||-Shinsuke Satake, Motoki Nataka, Theerasarn Pianpanit, Hideo Sugama, Masanori Nunami, Seikichi Matsuoka, Seiji Ishiguro, Ryutaro Kanno “Benchmark of a new multi-ion-species collision operator for δf Monte Carlo neoclassical simulation”, Computer Physics Communications Vol. 255 (2020) 107249
-Shinsuke Satake, Jong-Kyu Park, Hideo Sugama, and Ryutaro Kanno "Neoclassical Toroidal Viscosity Calculations in Tokamaks Using a delta-f Monte Carlo Simulation and Their Verifications" Physical Review Letters Vol 107, issue 5, (2011) 055001
-Shinsuke Satake, Hideo Sugama, Ryutaro Kanno and Jong-Kyu Park "Calculation of neoclassical toroidal viscosity in tokamaks with broken toroidal symmetry" Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, Volume 53, Number 5, (2011) 054018
|Responsible course||Special Lecture: " Basis of magnetic confined plasma theory "|