Training Course / Workshop on

Electron-Photon Transport Modelling with PENELOPE-2014
Physics, Code Structure and Operation

1-4 July 2014

University of Barcelona, Spain


Registration Form


Application conditions

Please send by 30 May 2014 by e-mail or fax



Please complete this information:

Family Name:

Given Name:

Institution Name:

Professional Address:



Professional e-mail address:

Professional telephone no.:

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Please reply to the following:

My level of experience with electron/photon transport is: good/adequate/modest/none

My knowledge of FORTRAN is: good/adequate/some/none

My preferred computing platform is: UNIX/non-UNIX

My primary application fields are: Dosimetry/Spectrometry/Metrology in Medical Physics/Others (specify)

I understand that I must bring my own laptop.

I wish to receive a copy of PENELOPE-2014 at the Training Course(*): yes/no

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Payment

The registration fee is 600 euros. Bank transfer payment details will be provided once we receive the registration form. The payment of the participation fee MUST be received in advance of the course and the deadline for payment is 16 May 2014.

Course fees are refundable up to 30 May 2014, 6 p.m. Paris time. After this date, course fees will not be refunded.

Note aux participants francais : il ne sera pas ├ętabli de convention de stage.



Lodging and Facilities

The course will be held at the University of Barcelona:

Facultat de Fisica (ECM)
Universitat de Barcelona
Diagonal 647
08028 Barcelona - SPAIN

The best options for accommodation near the Faculty of Physics are:

These two halls of residence are within walking distance from the Faculty of Physics. Prices are in the range 50-90 euros/night (single room).

Reservation of accommodation must be arranged by participants. Availability of rooms at the university residences cannot be guaranteed.
Further information on accommodation can be found at http://www.bcn.es

RESA has another residence at Diagonal Mar Campus, across the city, 50 minutes by metro to the Faculty of Physics.

Last updated  25 February 2014