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Sam Maloney

Position: PhD Student

Supervisor: Prof. Ben McMillan

Project Title: A computational platform for fusion simulations in realistic magnetic geometries

Funding: Chancellor's International Scholarship

Teaching: Problems classes for first year udergraduate physics modules

Additional Role: Computing support helper for the CFSA group


MSc in Computational Science and Engineering, ETH Z├╝rich, Switzerland, 2019

Thesis: Well-balanced methods for computation of the standing accretion shock instability (SASI)

BSc in Electrical Engineering, Nanoengineering Option - Cooperative Program, University of Alberta, Canada, 2015

Research Interests

Computational methods for fusion plasmas; scientific and high-performance computing (HPC)


Office: Physical Sciences, PS1.51