Computer Program Services
The Computer Program Service team is pleased to announce the “Single-User Licence” scheme will take effect on November 1st 2020.
To this end, please note that our services are suspended during the last week of October (i.e. from October 25th to November 1st included).
Despite ongoing covid-19 restrictions in place, the Computer Program Service team is doing its best to keep providing services to its users.
Please note that the delivery of all physical media (CD or DVD) is currently on hold, until further notice. In the meantime, downloads are used whenever possible.
Computer Program Services (CPS) is dedicated to knowledge sharing and preservation for nuclear science and technology, with a focus on computer programs within the NEA Data Bank.
- to collect, test and distribute computer programs
- to organise training courses on the most popular computer programs
- to preserve and distribute integral experiment data, databases, processed libraries, benchmark and NEA safety joint projects.
What resources are available from CPS?
Please keep in mind that restrictions apply to the material you receive from us. They depend on the material you are willing to obtain.
Each request is processed individually, and the corresponding licence and restrictions will be sent to you during the request process.
The NEA Data Bank computer program collection covers a wide range of applications for nuclear science and technology. The computer program collection is continuously evolving as the CPS receives new material, and updates and tests existing material.
What can be found here?
Some legacy books are also available. See the list here
CPS organises training courses on widely used computer programs for nuclear science and technology. You can find:
Integral experiment data, benchmarks and safety joint projects
Integral experiment data and benchmarks are updated by the NEA Division of Nuclear Science and distributed by the CPS (see the list
Completed NEA Safety joint projects under the auspices of the NEA Division of Nuclear Safety Technology and Regulation are
archived and distributed by the CPS (see the list here). They are labelled "CSNI" (the acronym for Committee on the Safety of Nuclear Installations).
Please note that restrictions apply to all of these packages. You can:
The CCVM (CSNI Code Validation Matrix) have dedicated pages:
Last modified: 26 October 2020