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Ignition Computing is a specialized consulting firm for high-performance computing and research software, with a focus on nuclear fusion. We have experience with simulation codes, integrated modeling, cutting-edge visualization, and complex apps.

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Ignition Computing now member of Fusenet

Ignition Computing has joined the FuseNet Association.

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27 May 2024
Research Training Event Calendar Taxila

Ignition Computing is providing coding and consulting services for Taxila, the one stop shop for training on research data, research software, open science in the Netherlands.

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23 June 2023
Model-based crop planning with Projoules

Ignition Computing is providing coding and consulting services for Projoules, the online platform for greenhouse growers that helps them to optimize their crops.

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24 April 2023
Persistent Actor Framework - Training Week

Last January 24th to 27th we organised a training for the IMAS Persistent Actor Framework at ITER Organization. For many participants this was the first interaction with MUSCLE3, the multiscale...

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21 February 2023
Ignition Computing contracted to provide software for modelling ITER plasma

Ignition Computing, together with an international consortium, has acquired a service contract for the development and support of the software suite for integrated modeling and analysis of ITER’s plasmas.

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27 September 2022
Building a persistent actor simulation framework for ITER

A consortium of DIFFER, PSNC and Ignition Computing participating in the development of the ITER integrated modelling simulation framework, supported by the Netherlands eScienceCenter. This contract award is a validation...

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31 August 2022
Ignition Computing & Plasma Matters team up to accelerate simulations

Multiphysics simulations with plasmas are computationally very difficult. In many cases extremely long calculation times prevent the study of interesting phenomena. Ignition Computing is developing PreconNet to generate preconditioners, a...

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10 January 2022
Accelerating Finite Element simulations with machine learning

An Ignition Computing project on accelerating simulations has been awarded a research grant (MIT Viability Study)!

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18 June 2021
Building a novel dynamic interface for ITER simulation and sensor data

DIFFER PhD student Karel van de Plassche came up with a clever approach to improve the system that is crucial for sharing information and performing experiments in the international ITER...

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21 March 2021

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