The Warwick Plasma Calculator Pages and the applets on these pages were written by Erwin Verwichte and Julia Branke. Mr Jan Graf Van der Pahlen has helped to develop the plasma wave tool during a Summer Undergraduate Project.
We acknowledge funding from the EPSRC Science & Innovation award and from FP7 FUSENET - A European Education Network - Consortium Agreement. Any Enquiries may be directed to Erwin Verwichte (Erwin.Verwichte@warwick.ac.uk), CFSA, Department of Physics, University of Warwick.
The applets on this page may be used while connected to the internet with standard browser software without seeking permission from the authors, but all other rights are reserved.
The responsibility for using these pages is yours and yours alone. No responsibility is taken for the information on these pages or the results from executing or using the applet.
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The Tokamak Simulation Applet was made with EJS, short for Easy Java Simulations, a software tool designed for the creation of discrete computer simulations.