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Yoon, Eisung (윤의성)

Department
Department of Nuclear Engineering(원자력공학과)
Website
https://unist-fpl.github.io
Lab
Fusion and Plasma Application Research Lab. (핵융합 및 플라즈마 응용 연구실)
Research Keywords
핵융합, 플라즈마, 플라즈마 난류, Nuclear Fusion, Plasma turbulence, Fusion plasma simulation, High performance computing, Automatic mesh generation
Research Interests
Fusion and Plasma Application Research Laboratory aims at resolving various problems for successful nuclear fusion experiments and commercialization through research on multi-scale interaction of plasma behavior. The research includes Eulerian & Lagrangian code development based on Gyrokinetics and MHD (magneto-hydro dynamics), extension and improvement on theories and numerical methods for simulation of long time plasma behavior, code verification & validation, and parallel programming and code optimization to utilize the latest architectures being used in supercomputers. These research subjects allow us to carry out more realistic simulation of plasma behavior in nuclear fusion reactors considering impurities and consequently to clarify and exploit underlying physics of experimental results.
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2020-08Using rate theory to better understand the stress effect of irradiation creep in iron and its based alloyChoi, Sang Il; Banisalman, Mosab Jaser; Lee, Gyeong-Geun, et alARTICLE148 Using rate theory to better understand the stress effect of irradiation creep in iron and its based alloy
2020-02Reconstruction of plasma density profiles by measuring spectra of radiation emitted from oscillating plasma dipolesKylychbekov, S; Song, HS; Kwon, KB, et alARTICLE118 Reconstruction of plasma density profiles by measuring spectra of radiation emitted from oscillating plasma dipoles
2019-10Study of up-down poloidal density asymmetry of high-Z impurities with the new impurity version of XGCaDominski, J.; Chang, C. S.; Hager, R., et alARTICLE107 Study of up-down poloidal density asymmetry of high-Z impurities with the new impurity version of XGCa
2018-05Gyrokinetic simulation study of magnetic island effects on neoclassical physics and micro-instabilities in a realistic KSTAR plasmaKwon, Jae-Min; Ku, S; Choi, MJ, et alARTICLE502 Gyrokinetic simulation study of magnetic island effects on neoclassical physics and micro-instabilities in a realistic KSTAR plasma
2016-06A fully non-linear multi-species Fokker-Planck-Landau collision operator for simulation of fusion plasmaHager, Robert; Yoon, Eisung; Ku, S., et alARTICLE259 A fully non-linear multi-species Fokker-Planck-Landau collision operator for simulation of fusion plasma
2016-04Mesh generation for confined fusion plasma simulationZhang, Fan; Hager, Robert; Ku, Seung-Hoe, et alARTICLE273 Mesh generation for confined fusion plasma simulation
2014-03A Fokker-Planck-Landau collision equation solver on two-dimensional velocity grid and its application to particle-in-cell simulationYoon, E. S.; Chang, C. S.ARTICLE256 A Fokker-Planck-Landau collision equation solver on two-dimensional velocity grid and its application to particle-in-cell simulation
2013-07Isotopic dependence of residual zonal flowsHahm, T. S.; Wang, Lu; Wang, W. X., et alARTICLE251 Isotopic dependence of residual zonal flows
2012-06Physics of intrinsic rotation in flux-driven ITG turbulenceKu, S.; Abiteboul, J.; Diamond, P. H., et alARTICLE299 Physics of intrinsic rotation in flux-driven ITG turbulence
2010-06Transport of parallel momentum by toroidal ion temperature gradient instability near marginalityYoon, E. S.; Hahm, T. S.ARTICLE254 Transport of parallel momentum by toroidal ion temperature gradient instability near marginality
2009-04Physics of non-diffusive turbulent transport of momentum and the origins of spontaneous rotation in tokamaksDiamond, P. H.; McDevitt, C. J.; Guercan, Oe. D., et alARTICLE239 Physics of non-diffusive turbulent transport of momentum and the origins of spontaneous rotation in tokamaks
2009Whole-volume integrated gyrokinetic simulation of plasma turbulence in realistic diverted-tokamak geometryChang C.S.; Ku S.; Diamond P., et alARTICLE229 Whole-volume integrated gyrokinetic simulation of plasma turbulence in realistic diverted-tokamak geometry
2008Toward a first-principles integrated simulation of tokamak edge plasmasChang C.S.; Klasky S.; Cummings J., et alARTICLE229 Toward a first-principles integrated simulation of tokamak edge plasmas

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