Short description

NINJA is a 2.5 D Implicit Particle-In-Cell Monte Carlo Collision code for the simulation of inductively coupled plasmas. The model includes a self-consistent description of the coupling between the electromagnetic field generated by the radio-frequency antenna and the plasma response, composed of the particles’ motion and the collisions between them.

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  • Source code: [link1]
  • Wiki pages: [link2]
Publication in preparation

Technical information

  • Programming Languages used for implementation:
    • Fortran 90
  • Parallelization strategy:
    • MPI, domain decomposition
  • Operating systems:
    • Linux
  • Other prerequisites:
    • Third party libraries: NITSOL, BLAS, LAPACK, SPARSKIT

Other information

  • Developed by: Stefano Mattei, in collaboration with KEIO University (Japan)
  • License: [Licence policy]
  • Contact persons: Stefano Mattei, Jacques Lettry
  • Being actively developed and supported: Yes
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