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Presentation of the 22nd IAEA-DCN Meeting

IAEA Technical Meeting on Technical Aspects of Atomic and Molecular Data Processing and Exchange (22st Meeting of the A+M Data Centres)

4-6 September 2013, IAEA Headquarters, Vienna, Austria
Scientific Secretary: Hyun-Kyung Chung

Wednesday, 4 September

09:30-10:15 Opening (Robin Forrest, Head of NAPC Nuclear Data Section)
     Introduction of Participants and Adoption of Agenda
      B.Braams (IAEA) : Review Meeting Objectives

Session 1:Current Activities of the A+M Data Communities

10:15-10:55 H. Sadeghpour (ITAMP) : Atomic and molecular activities at ITAMP and beyond
10:55-11:15 Coffee break

11:15-11:40 C. Hill (UCL): The Virtual Atomic and Molecular Data Centre: Recent Advances and Future Prospects

Session 2:Current Activities of the A+M Data Centres

11:40-12:05 Yu.Ralchenko (NIST) : Update on the NIST Atomic Data Program
12:05-12:30 I. Murakami (NIFS) : Atomic and Molecular Data Activities at NIFS in 2011-2013
12:30-14:00 Lunch

14:00-14:25 J. S. Yoon (NFRI): Current Activities of Data Center for Plasma Properties (DCPP)
14:25-14:50 D. Reiter (FZJ) : Status of online database and analysis tool HYDKIN for plasma edge transport
14:50-15:15 T. Nakano (JAEA) : Overview of A & M data applications and data needs in JT60U spectroscopic studies
15:15-15:35 Coffee break

15:35-16:00 M. O'Mullane (ADAS) : The updating of OPEN-ADAS approach and recent work on excitation data and population modelling
16:00-16:25 D. Kwon (KAERI) : Status and Development of KAERI Atomic Database
16:25-16:50 A. Kukushkin (Kurchatov Institute): Current activity in Kurchatov Institute and Russian Federation
16:50-17:15 H. Chung (IAEA) : Current activities of IAEA Atomic and Molecular Unit Activities

Thursday, 5 September

Session 3: Data Evaluation

09:00-09:45 N. Otsuka (IAEA): Experimental nuclear reaction data uncertainties - needs, concepts and documentation
09:45-10:30 R. Capote Noy (IAEA): Unified Monte Carlo: An evaluation method combining experimental and modelling uncertainties
10:30-10:50 Coffee break

10:50-11:10 H. Chung (IAEA): IAEA evaluation activities
11:10-11:30 B. Braams (IAEA): EMOL group evaluation activities
11:30-11:50 M. Song (NFRI): Group research for the evaluation of CH4
11:50-13:30 Lunch

13:30-14:30 Coordinated activities on data evaluation (all participants)

Session 4: Bibliographical Data Compilation

14:30-15:30 Coordinated activities on bibliographical data compilation (all participants)
15:30-16:00 Coffee break

Session 5: Numerical Database Development

16:00-17:00 Coordinated activities on recommended numerical databases (all participants)
     A database of di-atomic potential energy curves
     A database of recommended electron-atom collisional data
     A database of plasma-material interaction data

Friday, 6 September

Session 6: Data Needs for Fusion Research

09:00-10:20 Priorities in A+M data Compilation and Evaluation (all participants)
10:20-10:40 Coffee break

Session 7: Data Exchange

10:40-12:00 Data exchange format: xsams, adas, genie, (all participants)
12:00-13:30 Lunch

Session 8: Review on Data Centres Network Activities

13:30-15:00 Plan of DCN activities for the future
     Coordinated activities on data evaluation
     Coordinated data collection for bibliographical database AMBDAS
     XSAMS implementation of DCN members
     Coordinated activities to establish a list of critical data needs for fusion
     Proposed meetings and workshops on AM/PSI
     Outreach to A+M/PMI scientists outside our community
15:00-15:20 Coffee break

Session 9: Meeting Conclusions and Recommendations

15:20-16:00 Data centre WWW database and software demonstrations
16:00-17:00 Formulation of Meeting Conclusions and Recommendations (Round-Table)
17:00- Adjourn of the Meeting