ALPINE: A set of performance portable plasma physics particle-in-cell mini-apps for exascale computing

@article{Muralikrishnan2022ALPINEAS,
  title={ALPINE: A set of performance portable plasma physics particle-in-cell mini-apps for exascale computing},
  author={Sriramkrishnan Muralikrishnan and Matthias Frey and Alessandro Vinciguerra and Michael Ligotino and Antoine J. Cerfon and Miroslav K. Stoyanov and Rahulkumar Gayatri and Andreas Adelmann},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2205.11052}
}
Alpine consists of a set of mini-apps that makes use of exascale computing capabilities to numerically solve some classical problems in plasma physics. It is based on IPPL (Independent Parallel Particle Layer), a framework that is designed around performance portable and dimension independent particles and fields. In this work, IPPL is used to implement a particle-in-cell scheme. The article describes in detail the following mini-apps: weak and strong Landau damping, bump-on-tail and two-stream… 

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