I received my PhD in Plasma Physics from the University of Delaware in 2017 which focused on heliospheric magnetic reconnection and kinetic plasma turbulence. I worked as a postdoc in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Chicago until 2021 studying collisionless plasma shocks.
D. Caprioli, C. C. Haggerty & P. Blasi Abstract: Diffusive shock acceleration is a prominent mechanism for producing energetic particles in space and in astrophysical systems. Such energetic particles have long been predicted to affect the hydrodynamic structure...
C. C. Haggerty and D. Caprioli Abstract: Collisionless plasma shocks are efficient sources of non-thermal particle acceleration in space and astrophysical systems. We use hybrid (kinetic ions – fluid electrons) simulations to examine the nonlinear feedback of the...
C. C. Haggerty and D. Caprioli Abstract: We present the first plasma simulations obtained with the code dHybridR, a hybrid particle-in-cell code with fluid electrons and kinetic relativistic ions. dHybridR is perfectly suited for all the astrophysical and...
Advanced knowledge of Python, C, C++, Java and Fortran
Plasma modeling using massively parallel Particle-in-Cell, Vlasov, Hybrid and MHD codes
Simulation and observational data analysis with Python, Matlab and IDL
- Damiano Caprioli, University of Chicago
- Ellen G. Zweibel, University of Wisconsin Madison
- Michael Shay, University of Delaware
- James F. Drake, University of Maryland
- Bill Matthaeus, University of Delaware
- Prayash Sharma Pyakurel, University of California, Berkeley
- Tai Phan, University of California, Berkeley
- Marit Oieroset, University of California, Berkeley
- Alexandros Chasapis, University of Colorado, Boulder
- Paul Cassak, West Virginia University
- Marc Swisdak, University of Maryland