A new inertial electrostatic confinement (IEC) fusion device is proposed. The device contains two ion guns which feed the plasma media by deuterium ions. The device is designed in three dimensions and the finite difference method is applied to satisfy the boundary values of the cylindrical chamber. It is the first time that both the ions and electrons are simulated in this geometry by particle in cell (PIC) technique. Ions and electrons can interact with six bar-sized cathodes of the chamber and each other as a result of many-body problem. The device has a central dc current-carrying rod, which generates a homogeneous magnetic field surrounding the six cathodes. Thus we expect a better confinement compared to the conventional devices. The simulation records the real-time position and momentum by using the electromagnetic equations together with the momentum equations. The dynamics of the particles is seen to be complicated with vibrations on the horizontal plane due to the field.