Modeling of advanced accelerator concepts

@article{Vay2021ModelingOA,
  title={Modeling of advanced accelerator concepts},
  author={Jean-Luc Vay and Axel Huebl and R{\'e}mi Lehe and Nathan M. Cook and R. Joel England and Uwe Niedermayer and Philippe Piot and Frank S. Tsung and Daniel Winklehner},
  journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
  year={2021},
  volume={16}
}
Computer modeling is essential to research on Advanced Accelerator Concepts (AAC), as well as to their design and operation. This paper summarizes the current status and future needs of AAC systems and reports on several key aspects of (i) high-performance computing (including performance, portability, scalability, advanced algorithms, scalable I/Os and In-Situ analysis), (ii) the benefits of ecosystems with integrated workflows based on standardized input and output and with integrated… Expand
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The ever increasing demands placed upon machine performance have resulted in the need for more comprehensive particle accelerator modeling. Computer simulations are key to the success of particleExpand

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