Computer Program Services (CPS) of the OECD NEA Data Bank is an international centre of resources which aims to make scientific tools available to the nuclear science and technology community and to organise courses on the most widely used ones.
Rules for requesting scientific content from CPS are detailed below. Restrictions apply to this content.
These rules depend on the type of the content (computer programs, processed nuclear data libraries, integral experiment data, handbooks, benchmarks, safety joint projects or legacy books), and on the place of work of the person making the request.
The NEA Data Bank Computer Program Service (CPS) has been conducting training activities for more than 30 years. These courses provide a unique opportunity to bring together code users from around the world, facilitating exchanges on the use of nuclear computer codes.
Additional training courses on nuclear data processing and thermodynamic data collection and assessment are also organised by the NEA Data Bank.