Thermonuclear fusion provides a possibility to generate energy without greenhouse gas emissions, major safety issues or problems of
running out of fuel. Unfortunately, taming the fusion energy production process has turned out the be more challenging than was
originally predicted. However, development has reached a phase where the fusion community is building a tokamak reactor with the
goal of proving the scientific feasibility of thermonuclear fusion. This machine comes with many new physics phenomena such as
fusion burn, which is a self-heating process of the fusion fuel by the fusion reactions themselves. The high energy particles (alphas and
neutrons) born in the fusion reactions pose a risk for the reactor materials. This risk needs to be understood and controlled and
numerical simulations prove invaluable in this perspective. This project aims to develop numerical methods to identify and solve the
problems of these fast and furios high energy particles of fusion plasmas.