The Modelling School will be followed by the 2nd International School on Numerical Modelling for Applied Superconductivity.
The program of the School aims at providing the students with the main concepts and methodologies for developing numerical models of superconducting devices. This is a unique, hands-on School in our scientific community, with theoretical lectures followed by practical exercises to be solved on the computer, by using dedicated commercial software or in-house developed codes.
The students will learn numerical modelling techniques for different physical aspects of superconducting applications. While the techniques are applicable to a wide variety of problems, the practical exercises of the School are tailored around two specific applications of great interest for the community: an LTS fusion magnet and a HTS flux barrier motor.