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WWW.HZDR.DE 26 27 RESEARCH // THE HZDR RESEARCH MAGAZINE _Junior research group "Computational Radiation Physics" at HZDR Dr. Michael Bussmann CONTACT DENSE – DENSER – SUPERDENSE: Simulation on TITAN showing the proton density after laser impact on a spherical target. The intense electro-magnetic field of the high-power laser rips electrons apart from their ions and creates a plasma. Simulation/theory: Axel Huebl (HZDR, TU Dresden) | Visualization: David Pugmire (ORNL) | Experiments: Peter Hilz (LMU) optimization take place, since PIConGPU is an open source code that any scientist can use free of charge and can adapt to suit his or her own models. HZDR researchers are convinced that the reciprocal exchange of information will drive progress, which is why they actively urge others: "Please steal our code!" PUBLICATION: M. Bussmann, H. Burau, T. Cowan, A. Debus, A. Huebl, G. Juckeland, T. Kluge, W.E. Nagel, R. Pausch, F. Schmitt, U. Schramm, J. Schuchart, R. Widera: "Radiative signatures of the relativistic Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability", in Proceedings SC13: International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis 2013 (DOI: 10.1145/2503210.2504564)