The NEA Data Bank held a course on FISPACT-II, an enhanced multi-physics platform with enhanced nuclear data forms for neutron, proton, alpha, deuteron and gamma particle interactions. Co-organised with the UK Atomic Energy Authority, the three-day course gathered 14 participants from 9 countries on 20-22 June 2023.
The NEA Data Bank Computer Program Services organises several in-person and online training sessions every year, contributing to the dissemination of state-of-the-art codes and engaging the nuclear community. Such courses bring together code users from all over the world and developers of the computer codes and facilitate exchanges on the use of computer codes.
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