The DINA code is an unique IO's in-house tool for free-boundary control scenario development. It is available on the ITER Integrated modelling environment (IMAS) for development of various physics workflows by combining multiple physics codes and models. As an important step for code validation, the development of workflows by combining DINA and external heating and current drive models (available on IMAS) needs to be demonstrated.
The developed workflows can be extended to the application of kinetic profile control at various operation phases. An intern will participate in the development of physics workflows combining DINA and external heating and current drive models.