The development of SPARTA has been funded by the US Department of Energy (DOE).
The chief authors of SPARTA are the following folks at Sandia National Labs:
Tim Bartel (Sandia)was the chief author of the 2d ICARUS DSMC code, a predecessor to SPARTA. Some of the parallelization ideas developed for ICARUS have also been useful in SPARTA.
Dan Rader and Steve Kempka, both managers at Sandia, provided enthusiastic support for SPARTA development and its release as open-source software.
|Apr23||global optmove||Alan Stagg (Sandia)|
|Apr23||fix surf/temp||Arnaud Borner (NASA Ames)|
|Jul22||surf_collide adiabatic||Tim Teichmann (KIT)|
|Jan22||support for Exodus 2 format in surf2paraview.py||Thomas Otahal (Sandia)|
|Jan22||compute boudary/surface nflux||Tim Teichmann (ITEP, KIT)|
|Oct21||surf_react adsorb||Krishnan Gopalan (NASA Ames)|
|Jan20||surf_collide cll, td, and impulsive models||Krishnan Gopalan (NASA Ames)|
|Apr19||marching cubes algorithm for 3d implicit surfaces||Arnaud Borner (NASA Ames)|
|Dec17||KOKKOS package||Stan Moore, Dan Ibanez, Tim Fuller (Sandia)|
|Oct14||ParaView converter tools||Tom Otahal (Sandia)|
|Jul14||Initial SPARTA release||Michael Gallis and Steve Plimpton (Sandia)|