As stated earlier, the simulation will be programmed in High Performance Fortran (HPF), a newly developed language which combines the conventions of Fortran 90 with the ability to utilize parallel architecture without the need for explicit message-passing. HPF features a ``smart'' compiler which takes advantage of parallelism and explicit compiler directives for controlling distribution and alignment of data onto processors. Another attractive feature is portability: HPF code can be compiled on sequential machines, as well as on a variety of parallel architectures. . The proposed work will provide a test of HPF's capacity for computationally intensive physics simulations and numerical analysis.