Code Centre Network

The CCN, coordinated by the IAEA A+M Data Unit, is a joint effort to gather and provide access to any information relevant for modelers in fusion plasma science. Its purpose is to provide solutions to anyone willing atomic or molecular and particle surface interaction (AM/PSI) data which can not be easily accessed on the web or which simply do not exist.

Aside access to different well-known databases and search engines like GENIE, the CCN makes available code capibilities (online computing and "downloadable" codes), direct contacts with the CCN for any expertise, benchmarks, data validation tools, etc.

Meetings

The CCN Participants meet to review the current status and research activities in computational tools related to atomic, molecular and particle surface interaction (AM/PSI) data generation, and to co-ordinate these research activities in the form of a network accessible by the fusion research community.

Technical Meeting on
"International Code Centres Network"
29-31 July 2015 IAEA Headquarters, Vienna, Austria Meeting Report Presentations
Technical Meeting on
"International Code Centres Network"
6-8 May 2013 IAEA Headquarters, Vienna, Austria Meeting Report Presentations
Technical Meeting on
"International Code Centres Network"
27-28 September 2010 IAEA Headquarters, Vienna, Austria Meeting Report Presentations
Technical Meeting on
"International Code Centres Network"
2-3 December 2008 IAEA Headquarters, Vienna, Austria Meeting report  
Consultant Meeting on
"Establishment of A+M Computer Code Network"
23-25 May 2005 IAEA Headquarters, Vienna, Austria Meeting report

Code Centre Web Portal Services

Institute / Organization
Web Service
Expertise
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Contact
Curtin University, Australia Igor Bray
Kitasato University, Japan F. Koike
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain Ismanuel Rabadan
University P. & M. Curie, Paris, France
P.D. Fainstein (Centro Atomico Bariloche CNEA, Argentina)
Alain Dubois
P.D. Fainstein
University of Bari, Italy Mario Capitelli
Kurchatov Institute, Russian Federation Alexander Kukushkin
Lebedev Institute, Russian Federation L. Vainshtein
Forschungszentrum Juelich Detlev Reiter
National Institure for Standards and Technology, USA Yuri Ralchenko
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, USA D. Stotler
Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA Joe Abdallah Jr.
Weizmann Institue of Science Evgeny Stambulchik
International Atomic Energy Agency B. J. Braams

DAFF List

The discussion/distribution mailing list DAFF (DAta For Fusion) is an open forum to any information or questions on atomic and molecular data relevant to fusion plasma science. Any feedback and outcomes obtained through this network are very welcome.