|Date:||Monday April 10, 2023 through Friday April 14, 2023|
|Time:||9:00-11:30 and 1:00-4:00 (US Mountain Time); only AM session on Friday|
|Place:||WebEx Online Environment|
|Prerequisites:||Class attendees are expected to have some experience with MCNP.|
Other key dates:
- January 20, 2023, non-US citizen registration deadline.
- March 13, 2023, class go / no-go determination and refundable withdrawal deadline.
- March 27, 2023, late-registration deadline.
See Other Details below for more information on these dates.
This 4+ day intermediate class is designed for people who have some experience in running MCNP Monte Carlo calculations, but would like to refresh or advance their skills.
The provided examples will be assembled, executed and examined in real time.
Time will be available to discuss individual questions and problems with MCNP experts. If time permits, details on more advanced features in the code can be discussed at the attendees' request.
The class will be based on version 6.2 of the MCNP code.
Minimum Class Enrollment
There is a minimum number of participants required for each class to be held. Registered class participants will receive an email no later than four weeks before the class start date (by March 13, 2023) notifying them if a class is cancelled because of low enrollment.
If the class is cancelled because of low enrollment, participants may request a refund of any registration fees paid or may request that the fee already paid be credited towards their attendance at a future class.
If you cannot attend the class for another reason and cancel your registration less than four weeks in advance (after March 13, 2023), we will be unable to refund any registration fee paid. However, the fee may be applied towards attendance at a future class. Alternatively, another person from your organization may attend in your place, depending on the citizenship of that individual. Contact the MCNP Registrar for further information.
Registrations received within two weeks prior to the start of a class (after March 27, 2023) may be accepted on a space-available basis and depending on the citizenship of the person registering.
Registration requests for non-US citizens who are citizens of a country listed in US Regulation 10 CFR 810 are processed by the LANL Foreign Visits Office. This security approval processing is based on requirements issued from the US Department of Energy. The processing normally takes at least 60 days. You
Registration requests for non-US citizens who are citizens of or reside in a country not listed as a Generally Authorized Destination in US Regulation 10 CFR 810 cannot be processed by LANL and will be submitted directly to the Department of Energy.
For a list of 10 CFR 810 countries, please go to the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations, 10 CFR 810.