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  1. Cowan, Benjamin M.; Bruhwiler, David L.; Cormier-Michel, Estelle; Esarey, Eric; Geddes, Cameron G.R.; Messmer, Peter; Paul, Kevin M.: Characteristics of an envelope model for laser-plasma accelerator simulation (2011)
  2. Madduri, Kamesh; Im, Eun-Jin; Ibrahim, Khaled Z.; Williams, Samuel; Ethier, Stéphane; Oliker, Leonid: Gyrokinetic particle-in-cell optimization on emerging multi- and manycore platforms (2011)
  3. Nieter, C.; Cary, John R.; Werner, Gregory R.; Smithe, David N.; Stoltz, Peter H.: Application of Dey-Mittra conformal boundary algorithm to 3D electromagnetic modeling (2009)
  4. Smithe, David N.; Cary, John R.; Carlsson, Johan A.: Divergence preservation in the ADI algorithms for electromagnetics (2009)
  5. Wang, Hong-Yu; Jiang, Wei; Wang, You-Nian: Parallelization and optimization of electrostatic particle-in-cell/Monte-Carlo coupled codes as applied to RF discharges (2009)
  6. Bell, George I.; Bruhwiler, David L.; Fedotov, Alexei; Sobol, Andrey; Busby, Richard S.; Stoltz, Peter; Abell, Dan T.; Messmer, Peter; Ben-Zvi, Ilan; Litvinenko, Vladimir: Simulating the dynamical friction force on ions due to a briefly co-propagating electron beam (2008)
  7. Liljo, Jalo; Karmakar, Anupam; Pukhov, A.; Hochbruck, M.: One-dimensional electromagnetic relativistic PIC-hydrodynamic hybrid simulation code H-VLPL (hybrid virtual laser plasma lab) (2008)
  8. Siegel, Stephen F.; Siegel, Andrew R.: MADRE: The memory-aware data redistribution engine (2008)
  9. Werner, Gregory R.; Cary, John R.: Extracting degenerate modes and frequencies from time-domain simulations with filter-diagonalization (2008)
  10. Werner, Gregory R.; Cary, John R.: A stable FDTD algorithm for non-diagonal, anisotropic dielectrics (2007)
  11. Sbalzarini, I.F.; Walther, J.H.; Bergdorf, M.; Hieber, S.E.; Kotsalis, E.M.; Koumoutsakos, P.: PPM -- a highly efficient parallel particle-mesh library for the simulation of continuum systems (2006)
  12. Settle, Alex; Connors, Dan; Gibert, Enric; González, Antonio: A dynamically reconfigurable cache for multithreaded processors (2006)
  13. Messmer, Peter; Bruhwiler, David L.: A parallel electrostatic solver for the VORPAL code (2004)
  14. Nieter, Chet; Cary, John R.: VORPAL: a versatile plasma simulation code (2004)