# Applied Mathematics and Plasma Physics, T-5

The group maintains mathematical, theory, modeling and simulation capabilities in a broad set of areas. Current activities in the group include research in numerical analysis and algorithm development for a wide range of problems/applications; nonlinear PDEs with many applications; integrated plasma simulation and theoretical modeling applied to magnetic fusion, ICF, astrophysical and space plasmas, as well as dusty plasmas; application of recent discoveries in mathematics and physics to the analysis of large data sets and other problems in the IST portfolio; computational neuroscience; computational biology & biophysics, network analysis; mathematical modeling applied to emergent problems in the areas of Threat Reduction and Energy Security; plasma physics applied to emergent problems in Energy Security; software engineering; and algorithm development for scalable scientific computing on novel parallel architectures.