The group is a leading player in computational research aimed at nonlinear plasma dynamics. To that end, the members continue to develop and exploit the Versatile Advection Code [see http://www.phys.uu.nl/toth ] which incorporates a wide variety of finite volume spatial and temporal discretization schemes for any set of (near) conservation laws. The FOM group recently applied a combined theoretical and numerical viewpoint in stationary and time-dependent stellar wind modeling and will further develop large-scale 3D MHD simulations of the solar wind and CMEs in this project. Thereby, the expertise in linear (wave) analysis of various MHD equilibria - static and stationary -, together with the available package of MHD spectral codes exploiting state-of-the-art solvers, will be an invaluable asset to the present collaboration. In general, the group has benefited greatly from likewise extensive collaborations with both plasma and astrophysical institutes on equilibrium, waves, and instabilities in plasmas with large background flows.