Under the guidance of the Nuclear Science Committee (NSC), the expert group deals with the activities associated with the certification of experimental data and benchmark models along with establishing the processes and procedures for using the data and benchmark models for validation of modelling and simulation tools and data.
The expert group liaises closely with other relevant NEA working parties and expert groups, including those operating under the guidance of the Committee for Technical and Economic Studies on Nuclear Energy Development and the Fuel Cycle (NDC) and the Committee on the Safety of Nuclear Installations (CSNI), to ensure that the respective programs are complementary and to provide advice and support where required and undertake common work where appropriate.
Twelfth Meeting of the EGMPEBV (requires password)
17-18 February 2020, Boulogne-Billancourt, France
Eleventh Meeting of the EGMPEBV (requires password)
12-13 September 2019, Boulogne-Billancourt, France
EGMPEBV and WPRS workshops – GRS
Garching, Germany, 26-28 June 2019
Task Force 1, 2nd Workshop
14-15 January 2019, Cadarache, France
Task Force 2 Workshop
14-15 June 2018, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, USA
Task Force 1 Workshop
22-23 January 2018, Cadarache
Tenth Meeting of the EGMPEBV
18-19 February 2019, Boulogne-Billancourt, France
Ninth Meeting of the EGMPEBV
11-12 September 2018, Boulogne-Billancourt, France
Eight Meeting of the EGMPEBV
19-20 February 2018, Boulogne-Billancourt, France
Seventh Meeting of the EGMPEBV
19-20 September 2017, Boulogne-Billancourt, France
Sixth Meeting of the EGMPEBV
13-14 March 2017, Paris, France
Fifth Meeting of the EGMPEBV
7-8 September 2016, Paris, France
Fourth Meeting of the EGMPEBV
2-3 March 2016, Paris, France
Third Meeting of the EGMPEBV
28-30 September 2015, Paris, France
Second Meeting of the EGMPEBV
16-17 February 2015, Paris, France
First Meeting of the EGMPEBV
1-2 September 2014, Paris, France
The goal of the Committee for Technical and Economic Studies on Nuclear Energy Development and the Fuel Cycle is to provide authoritative, reliable information on nuclear technologies, economics, strategies and resources to governments for use in policy analyses and decision-making.
The expert group provides advice to the Working Party on Scientific Issues of Reactor Systems (WPRS) and the nuclear community on the scientific development needs (data and methods, validation experiments, scenario studies) of sensitivity and uncertainty methodology for modelling of different reactor systems and scenarios.
Under the guidance of the Nuclear Science Committee (NSC) the Working Party on Scientific Issues of Reactor Systems (WPRS) studies the reactor physics, fuel performance, and radiation transport and shielding in present and future nuclear power systems. The Working Party also studies the uncertainties associated with modelling of these phenomena, particularly the modelling of reactor transient events.