Barrett N. Rogers
Pat and John Rosenwald Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Barrett Rogers is a theoretical and computational physicist specializing in behavior of plasmas. He has been at Dartmouth since 2001. He received his PhD degree in theoretical physics from MIT (1991) and has undergraduate and MS degrees from Dartmouth and the Thayer School of Engineering. He was Fusion Energy Postdoctoral Fellow at MIT, a Research Scientist at the University of Maryland, and is Fellow of the American Physical Society.
Physics and Astronomy
- A.B. Dartmouth College
- M.S. Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth
- Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Fisher, D. M., and B. N. Rogers. “Two-Fluid Biasing Simulations of the Large Plasma Device.” Physics of Plasmas 24, no. 2 (February 2017): 22303. doi:10.1063/1.4975616
Miller, E. D., and B. N. Rogers. “Relativistic Thermal Electron Scale Instabilities in Sheared Flow Plasma.” Journal of Plasma Physics 82, no. 2 (April 2016): 905820205. doi:10.1017/S0022377816000180.
Zhu, B., M. Francisquez, and B. N. Rogers. “Global 3D Two-Fluid Simulations of the Tokamak Edge Region: Turbulence, Transport, Profile Evolution, and Spontaneous E \times B Rotation.” Physics of Plasmas 24, no. 5 (May 2017): 55903. doi:10.1063/1.4978885.
" On the supression of turbulence by zonal flows in a simple magnetized plasma", S. Kobayshi and B. N. Rogers, Phys. Plasmas (2011)