From: Giuseppe Battistoni (Giuseppe.Battistoni@mi.infn.it)
Date: Wed Jan 11 2006 - 15:41:02 CET
Dear FLUKA users,
the FLUKA team is working to organize a 5-day FLUKA course to be held
in University of Pavia (Italy) from March 27 to 31.
The aim of the course, which will be mainly (but not completely) dedicated
to new users, is to provide the fundamental training for the correct and
successful use of FLUKA, giving emphasis to the features of the FLUKA2005
version. At the same time, the physics models of FLUKA will be reviewed
(see below). A consistent fraction of time will be dedicated to practical
exercises and problem solving.
We therefore ask you to spread this notice, giving priority to possibly
interested new users.
The number of availble places is limited to 23-25 at maximum.
Interested people should send an expression of interest by
e-mail writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be considered
according to arrival order.
No financial support is possible.
Logistical details will be sent later, however news about travqel and
hotels can be found at http://www.pv.infn.it/~cecco/infn/pavia.html
Arrival is expected on Sunday March 26th. The course should end on Friday
March 31st by 5 pm.
Use of personal laptop can be considered provided that Linux
RH9.0 or Scientific Linux or Fedora Core (1, 2 or 3) is installed.
Fedora Core 4 is also a possible choice, provided that the various
compat-gcc32-* compilers are installed.
A preliminary list of lectures is the following:
Handling of simple pedagogical cases
The use of the Combinatorial Geometry of FLUKA
The e.m. model of FLUKA
The hadronic models in FLUKA
The low energy neutron model in FLUKA
The different FLUKA outputs
The inclusion of user routines
New geometries in FLUKA
Plotting and analysis utilities
Biasing techniques in FLUKA
Use of geometry constructors
Statistical problems related to MC use
Handling of FLUKA errors
Giuseppe Battistoni for the FLUKA team
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