Workshops

Workshop in progress at OECD headquarters

2019 workshop at OECD-NEA Data Bank, 19-21 June, Paris

2019 participants, instructors and organisers

Workshop talks Session 1 – FISPACT-II: An advanced simulation platform for nuclear observables – Mark Gilbert Session 2 – FISPACT-II: Getting started – Thomas Stainer Session 3 – FISPACT-II V&V Fusion decay-heat benchmark for nuclear data validation – Mark Gilbert Session 4 – Self-shielding & spatial variation case study: tungsten in a fusion device – Mark Gilbert Session 5 – Waste Assessment of Fusion Steels – Greg Bailey Session 6 – FISPACT-II advanced usage – Thomas Stainer Session 7 – FISPACT-II applications: materials modelling, scoping and damage metrics – Mark Gilbert
2018 workshop at OECD-NEA Data Bank, 13-15 June, Paris

2018 participants and instructors

Workshop talks Session 1 – FISPACT-II: An advanced simulation platform for nuclear observables – Mark Gilbert Session 2 – FISPACT-II: Getting started – Thomas Stainer Session 3 – Self-shielding & spatial variation case study: tungsten in a fusion device – Mark Gilbert Session 4 – FISPACT-II: Uncertainties, Pathways and all things nice – Andrew Davis Session 5 – FISPACT-II: Advanced Usage – Thomas Stainer Session 6 – FISPACT-II applications: material activation, damage and waste – Mark Gilbert Session 7 – CAD Based Radiation Transport: DAGMC Toolkit – Andrew Davis
2017 workshop at OECD-NEA Data Bank, 13-15 June, Paris

2017 participants and instructors

Session 1: FISPACT-II: an advanced simulation platform for inventory and nuclear observables Session 2: FISPACT-II “a renaissance” Session 3: basics of execution Session 4 – Reaction rate uncertainty quantification and propagation, variance-covariance Session 6 – FISPACT-II: Advanced Nuclear Data Uncertainty Quantification and propagation methods Session 6 – FISPACT-II applications
2016 workshop at OECD-NEA Data Bank, 31st May – 2nd June, Paris

2016 participants and instructors

Introduction and Chapter 1 – Overview, nuclear data, processing, methods Chapter 2 – Features: self-shielding, uncertainty quantification, pathways, covariances, Chapter 3 – New features, verification and validation Chapter 4 – Applications: scoping studies and materials modelling inputs Chapter 5 – Applications: fission, charged particles and TMC Chapter 6 – Summary, distribution