Noah Reddell

  • Program Years: 2009-2013
  • Academic Institution: University of Washington
  • Field of Study: Computational Plasma Modeling for Fusion Energy
  • Academic Advisor: Uri Shumlak
  • Practicum(s):
    Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (2011)
  • Degree(s):
    Ph.D. Aeronautics and Astronautics, University of Washington, 2016
    M.S. Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 2004
    B.S. Electrical Engineering, U.S. Naval Academy, 2002

Current Status

  • Status: Alumni
  • Research Area: Kinetic Plasma Modeling using GPU Supercomputers
  • Publications

    N. Reddell (2016), A Kinetic Vlasov Model for Plasma Simulation Using Discontinuous Galerkin Method on Many-Core Architectures, Ph.D. Dissertation, Univ. of Washington

    U. Shumlak, R. Lilly, N. Reddell, E. Sousa and B. Srinivasan (2011), Advanced physics calculations using a multi-fluid plasma model, Computer Physics Communications, doi:10.1016/j.cpc.2010.12.048.

    U. Inan, M. Golkowski, D. Carpenter, N. Reddell, R. Moore, T. Bell, E. Paschal, P. Kossey, E. Kennedy, and S. Meth (2004), Multi-hop whistler-mode ELF/VLF signals and triggered emissions excited by the HAARP HF heater, Geophysics Research Letters, 31, L24805, doi:10.1029/2004GL021647.

    N. Reddell, E. Bollt, T. Welch, (2005), A Dual-Synchrony Chaotic Communication Scheme, IEEE Journal Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing, 24 5 557-570.

    R. Cole, N. Reddell, U. Inan, S. Kery, J. Cappellini, P. Smit, G. Greider, (2005) From Alaska to the South Pacific in one-hop, OCEANS Proceedings of MTS/IEEE, Vol. 1 917-922.

    R. Cole, N Reddell, U. Inan, (2005), From Alaska to the South Pacific in One Hop, Sea Technology, April 2005.

    N. Reddell, (2003), One-Hop ELF/VLF Measurements at the HAARP Conjugate Point: Buoy Feasibility Study, Stanford University VLF Group, January 2005.

    N. Reddell, E. Bollt, T. Welch, (2002) Development of a digital signal processor (DSP) based chaotic communication system with emphasis on military applications, appeared MILCOM 2002.

    N. Reddell, (2002) Development of a digital signal processor (DSP) based chaotic communication system with emphasis on military applications, U.S.N.A. Trident Scholar Research Report no. 300.

    Awards

    Dept. of Energy Computational Science Graduate Research Fellowship (2009)
    Gordon C. Oates Memorial Endowed Fellowship (2009)
    U.S. Naval Academy Trident Scholar, Graduate with Distinction (2002)
    Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society (2002)
    NSF GRF Honorable Mention (2002, 2009)
    U.S. Naval Academy Superintendent’s List (1999-2002)