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Nuclear and Emerging Technologies for Space (NETS 2023)
May 7–11, 2023
Idaho Falls, ID|Snake River Event Center
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Wanted: Information leading to a neutron source for fusion energy R&D
The Department of Energy’s Office of Science published a notice in the March 27 Federal Register calling for input on technological approaches to a Fusion Prototypic Neutron Source (FPNS) for materials irradiation research under DOE-SC’s Fusion Energy Sciences program, as well as partnership models that could accelerate the construction and delivery of the facility. The request for information (RFI) calls for responses by May 11.
Monday, October 4, 2021|10:40AM–12:20PM EDT
Rodolfo Ferrer (Studsvik Scandpower)
Benoit Forget (MIT)
William Wieselquist (ORNL)
Nilay Atul Kulkarni (NC State Univ.)
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GPU Acceleration of the Prototype Pinwise Core Analysis Code Vangard
Seoyoon Jeon (Seoul Nat'l Univ.), Hyunsik Hong (Seoul Nat'l Univ.), Namjae Choi (Seoul Nat'l Univ.), Han Gyu Joo (Seoul Nat'l Univ.)
Parallel Computing in CASMO5
Joshua Hykes (Studsvik Scandpower), Rodolfo Ferrer (Studsvik Scandpower)
Development and Performance Simulations of the MPACT-AGREE Code Coupling Interface for Magnox Reactors
Cole Gentry (ORNL), Volkan Seker (Univ. of Michigan), Brian J. Ade (ORNL), Andrew J. Conant (ORNL), Nicholas P. Luciano (ORNL), Kang Seog Kim (ORNL), Benjamin S. Collins (ORNL), Thomas Downar (Univ. of Michigan)
Fast Power Reactor Simulation Employing a GPU-Based Continuous-Energy Monte Carlo Method
Namjae Choi (Seoul Nat'l Univ.), Kyung Min Kim (Seoul Nat'l Univ.), Jaeuk Im (Seoul Nat'l Univ.), Han Gyu Joo (Seoul Nat'l Univ.)
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