Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Post Office Box 2008 Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37831-6362
managed by Lockheed Martin Energy Research Corp.
for the U.S. Department of Energy
Phone No. 423-574-6176
BitNet: PDC@ORNLSTC Internet: PDC@ORNL.GOV
374 January 1996
The East Tennessee area code is changing from 615 to 423. Some of our readers have noted the change already in the newsletter masthead. From September 11, 1995, to February 26, 1996, both area codes (615 and 423) can be used. Beginning February 26, 1996, all calls to East Tennessee must use the 423 area code; calls made to 615 will then be routed to Middle Tennessee exchanges.
This period should provide enough time for the customer to make all necessary changes. Remember, this will require that you change all autodial setups (modems, faxes, automatic dialers, speed calling, pagers, and cellular phones) for numbers dialed within this region. Some of our clients have experienced problems with using the 423 area code from their calling exchange. You may use 615 until February 26. In the meantime you need to be aware that your local phone company must be notified of the problem you are having so it can be fixed before February 26.
One new code system was added to the computer code collection during the month.
OP SYS: UNIX
Language: Fortran 77
|North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, through the
Energy Science Technology Software Center, Oak Ridge, Tennessee
contributed this code system which solves the few-group neutron
diffusion equation utilizing the nodal expansion method (NEM). NESTLE can solve eigenvalue (criticality), eigenvalue adjoint, external
fixed-source steady-state, and external fixed-source or eigenvalue
initiated transient problems. The eigenvalue problem allows criticality
searches to be completed, and the external fixed-source steady-state
problem can search to achieve a specified power level. Transient problems model delayed neutrons via precursor groups. Several core properties can be input as time dependent. Two- or four-energy groups can be
utilized, with all energy groups being thermal groups (i.e., upscatter
exits) if desired. Core geometries modeled include Cartesian and hexagonal. Three-, two-, and one-dimensional models can be utilized with
various symmetries. Thermal conditions predicted by the thermal-hydraulic model of the core are used to correct cross sections for temperature and density effects. Cross sections are parameterized by color,
control rod state (i.e., in or out), and burnup, allowing fuel depletion to
be modeled. Either a macroscopic or microscopic model may be employed. All cross sections are expressed in terms of a Taylor's series
expansion in coolant density, coolant temperature, effective fuel temperature, and soluble poison number density.|
NESTLE is written in Fortran 77 and runs on Unix workstations with at least 16 megabytes of memory.It has been tested on IBM RS/6000 running AIX, HP9000/700 running HPUX, DEC5000 running Ultrix, and SUN OS platforms. Three DS/HD 3.5-in. (1.44 Mb) DOS diskettes are used to transmit Unix compressed tar files containing the source code, makefiles, test problem input/output, electronic dictionary and database. Reference: EGG-NRE-11406 (June 1994).Unix Workstations; Fortran 77 (C00641/MNYWS/00).
A new data library was added to the collection as a result of a foreign contribution.
OP SYS: all
Language: Fortran 77
| Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute, Tokai-mura, Naka-gun, Japan, contributed this cross-section library for multigroup transport calculations for neutron and photon energies up to 400 MeV and 20
MeV, respectively. HILO86R is an upgrade of a similar library, DLC-119, in which neutron data below 19.6 MeV are derived from DLC-113/VITAMIN-E (ENDF/B-V) except for sulfur and lead. In HILO86R
only the cross sections below 19.6 MeV were replaced with data processed from the JENDL-3 microscopic cross section library. Self-shielding factors are used to produce effective cross sections for neutrons less than 19.6 MeV considering rather coarse energy meshes.
Neutron cross sections of 37 energy groups less than 19.6 MeV were
collapsed from the 295-neutron JSSTDL library based on JENDL3,
considering self-shielding factors. Above that energy, differential elastic
cross section data have been chosen so that the total, i.e., elastic +
nonelastic, cross sections agree with experimental data. Photon cross
sections were also condensed from the JSSTDL library using a flat
weighting spectrum while secondary gamma-ray production cross
sections did not change from those in HILO86. The library is P5. Data
are provided for:|
H, C, N, O, Mg, Al, Si, K, Ca, Fe, Pb.
BCBN will convert the data in ANISN format from card image to binary form. The package is transmitted on one DS/HD 3.5-in. (1.44 MB) DOS diskette which contains the cross sections, the BCD to binary conversion program, and input for the BCD-binary program in BCD card images. Reference: JAERI-M 93-020 (1993). ASCII card images; All computers (D00187/ALLCP/00).
RSIC attempts to keep its users/contributors advised of conferences, courses, and symposia in the field of radiation protection, transport, and shielding through this section of the newsletter. Should you be involved in the planning/organization of such events, feel free to send your announcements and calls for papers to RSIC.
XTM is committed to offering training classes that promote the efficient and knowledgeable use of LARAMIELARAMIE, MCNP, and DANTSYS are trademarks of the Regents of the University of California, Los Alamos National Laboratory. codes. All classes include "hands-on" computer experience, allowing students to learn interactively. Classes are taught by the members of the code teams. Students have access to the vast experience and knowledge of our staff in the areas of transport methods research, production code and data library development, and various practical applications. All classes are taught in an unclassified area at Los Alamos National Laboratory, unless otherwise noted.
||Introduction to MCNP
||Level: Class for new or novice
users of MCNP. |
Topics: basic geometry, source definition, tallies, data, variance reduction, criticality, and plotting of geometry and tally results.
Laboratory ||April 16-19
||Introduction to MCNP
Bolton, MA||May 21-24
||Introduction to MCNP
||Introduction to MCNP
||OECD/NEA MCNP class
||Introduction to DANTSYS
||Level: new or novice users who
have little experience in solving
deterministic transport problems.|
Goal is to use codes efficiently and to obtain reliable solutions to criticality, shielding, and source-driven problems.
||Level: At least Introductory class
experience is required. |
Topics: geometry, sources, tallies, physics, variance reduction, and other topics of specialized interest.
||Emphasis on setting up accurate
problem representations with
advanced MCNP geometries.
Criticality output features of
MCNP4A will be presented. The
new MCNP criticality primer is
featured, using progressively
more advanced example
Classes are limited to 20 participants. Classes subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not obtained. Course fees range from $1500 - $1800. Course fees are refundable up to two weeks before class.
For further information or reservations, contact Judi Briesmeister, email@example.com or 505-667-7277.
The effects of 'low dose exposure' to population groups has been a matter of concern for many years. In the period 1991- 95 about 600,000 persons from the former Soviet Union emigrated to Israel. Of this number, about 120,000 came from the Ukraine, Belarus and Russia from areas that were contaminated with varying levels of radioisotopes. This group in Israel is one of the largest outside the Commonwealth of Independent States from these areas and certainly is the most assessable, as well as being positively motivated for clinical assessments. Study results from this group are now being obtained.
In order best to associate these findings with other research on health and radiation, a conference has been planned with the objective of bringing together groups whose work relates to the effects of radiation on populations and to discuss the application of relevant advances in molecular and cellular biology, oncology, genetics, nuclear medicine, epidemiology, psychosociology and health physics.
The conference will be held in Beer Sheva, Capital of the Negev, at the Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Israel in November 3-7, 1996. An interesting program of social events including receptions and outings, etc, is planned with a special program for accompanying persons and children.
Papers in any of the following areas will be welcomed:
1. Physics and health physics: Radioisotope methodology, whole body counting, ground contamination, ESR, population dosimetry modeling, low level isotope measurements.
2. Molecular biology: Determination of DNA effects and alterations of genome, oncogene expression, methodologies, storage of tissues for possible future technologies.
3. Biological indicators of exposure: Cytogenetics, chromosome painting, clastogenic factors, micronuclei, Glycophorin A, HPRT, indices of oxygen radical toxicity, etc.
4. Long term effects: Carcinogenic: Early indicators, leukemia, thyroid , detection, other.
Genetic: Mutation detection and incidence, methodologies, role in carcinogenic effects.
Non-malignant: Hypertension, asthma, autoimmune, thyroid functional changes, other.
5. Nuclear Medicine and Biology: Metabolism of radioisotopes at cell, tissue and whole body level, detection in vivo.
6. Epidemiology: Evaluating population impact and assuring in ongoing operations that health problems are looked for in a monitoring program which can lead to effective intervention. Interaction of radiation and other environmental agents, industrial and work-place exposures.
7. Psychosocial: Counseling, post stress syndromes, evaluation of impact, referral methodologies for prevention of stigmatization.
8. Risk assessment: Due to radioisotopes of different kinds, non-ionizing radiations, population subgroups at higher risk than most of the population epidemiological and experimental data for extrapolation, as used to support regulations.
9. Long term assessment and follow-up: Direction of future studies, methodology for optimal follow-up data collection. Cooperation and collaboration between working groups.
Please contact the Secretariat if you wish to be placed on the mailing list, and indicate if you wish to present a paper with a preliminary title. International Conference on Radiation and Health, Ortra Ltd, 2 Kaufman Street, Textile Center, POB 50432, Tel Aviv 61500, Israel (phone, 972-3-5177888; Fax 972-3-5174433; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Your attention is directed to the following events of interest.
WATTec '96 Conference, Feb. 20-22, 1996, Knoxville, Tennessee. Contact: WATTec, P.O. Box 4935, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-4935.
Waste Management Meeting: HLW, LLW, Mixed Wastes and Environmental Restoration -- Working Towards a Cleaner Environment, Feb. 25-29, 1996, Tucson, Arizona. Contact: WM Symposia, Inc., 245 South Plumer, Suite 19, Tucson, AZ 85719 (fax 520-792-3993).
Interregional Seminar on Food Irradiation to Control Food Losses and Food-Borne Diseases in Africa and Near-Eastern Regions, Feb. 26-March 1, 1996, Rabat, Morocco. Contact: IAEA, Conference Service Section, (phone 43-1-2060-21310; fax 43-1-20607).
3rd ASME/JSME International Conference on Nuclear Engineering, Mar. 10-13, 1996, New Orleans, Louisiana. Contact: ASME Meetings Dept., P.O. Box 2900, 22 Law Drive, Fairfield, NJ 07007-2900 USA (fax: 201-882-1717 or 201-882-5155; email email@example.com).
4th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering (ICONE-IV), Mar. 10-14, 1996, New Orleans, Louisiana. Contact: Howard Chung (phone 708-252-6159).
Radiation Health and Risk, Mar. 11-15, 1996, a course offered by Consultec Scientific at Knoxville, Tennessee. Contact: Consultec Scientific, Inc., Suite 110, 725 Pellissippi Parkway, Knoxville, TN 37932-3300.
Internal Dose Assessment, Mar. 11-15, 1996, a course offered by Consultec Scientific at Knoxville, Tennessee. Contact: Consultec Scientific, Inc., Suite 110, 725 Pellissippi Parkway, Knoxville, TN 37932-3300.
Practical Radiation Shielding, Mar. 11-15, 1996, Marietta, Georgia. Contact: Shonka Research Assoc., Inc., Suite 106, 4939 Lower Roswell Road, Marietta, GA 30068 (phone 770-509-7606; fax 770-509-7507).
6th Conference of Nuclear Science and Applications, Mar. 15-20, 1996, Cairo, Egypt. Contact: . I. Helal, ESNSA, 101 Kasr El-Eini St., Cairo, Egypt (phone and fax 000202-354-3451).
1996 HEART Conference, Mar. 1821, 1996, Orlando, Florida. Contact: William A. Seidler, JAYCOR, Suite 110, 4970 Corporate Drive, Huntsville, AL 35805 (phone 205-837-9100).
23rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the American College of Nuclear Medicine, Mar. 22-24, 1996, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Contact: Thomas Johnson, Jr., (phone 717-898-5008).
Occupational & Environmental Radiation Protection, March 25-29, 1996, a course offered by the Harvard School of Public Health. Contact: Harvard School of Public Health, Office of Continuing Education, 677 Huntington Ave., LL-23, Dept. B, Boston, MA 02115-6023 (phone 617-432-1171; fax 617-432-1969; email firstname.lastname@example.org).
MCNP-4 Introductory Course, March 25-29, 1996, Stuttgart, Germany. Contact: Dr. Enrico Sartori, OECD/NEA Data Bank, 12 boulevard des Iles, F-92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux, France (phone 33-1-4524-1072; fax 33-1-4524-1110; e-mail email@example.com).
Remtech USA '96 (Remediation, Management and Technology Expo, Mar. 29-31, 1996, Augusta, Georgia. Contact: Ecolands Management Consultants (phone 416-657-1985).
High Performance Computing '96, Mar. 31-Apr. 4, 1996, New Orleans, Louisiana. Contact: High Performance Computing '96 (phone 619-277-3888).
Annual Meeting of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, Apr. 3-4, 1996, Arlington, Virginia. Contact: Natl. Council on Radiation, Protection and Measurements, Suite 800, 7910 Woodmont Ave., Bethesda, MD 20814 (fax, 301-907-8768).
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Regulatory Information Conference, Apr. 9-11, 1996, Washington, D.C. Contact: Anna May Haycraft, U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission , Office of NRR, 12H5, Washington, DC 20555 (phone 301-504-3075).
11th KAIF/KNS Annual Conference, Apr. 11-12, 1996, Seoul, Korea. Contact: KAIF (phone 82-2-785-2570; fax 82-2-785-3975).
Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society, Apr. 13-18, 1996, Chicago, Illinois. Contact: Radiation Research Society, M. G. Watson, Suite 600, 2021 Spring Rd., Oak Brook, IL 60521.
IRPA9, 1996 International Congress on Radiation Protection, Apr. 14-19, 1996, Vienna, Austria. Contact: Congress Secretariat, IRPA9 Congress Organizing Committee, Austropa-Interconvention, P.O. Box 30, A-1043 Vienna, Austria.
2nd North-West Europe Conference on Nuclear Physics, Apr. 16-19, 1996, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Contact: G. van der Stoenhoven (phone 31-20-592-2142; fax 31-20-592-2165; email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Radiation Protection and Shielding Division Topical Meeting on Advancements and Applications in Radiation Protection and Shielding, Apr. 21-25, 1996, Falmouth, Massachusetts. Contact: Keith Spinney, Yankee Atomic Electric Company, 580 Main St., Bolton, MA 01740-1398 (phone 508-568-2039; fax 508-568-3700; email email@example.com).
Radiopharmaceutical Internal Dosimetry, Apr. 22-26, 1996, a course offered by Oak Ridge Associated Universities at Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Contact: Registrar, RIDIC, Oak Ridge Associated Universities, P.O. Box 117, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0117 (phone 423-576-3478).
9th International Symposium on Reactor Dosimetry, Apr. 22-26, 1996, Prague, Czech Republic. Contact: K. Dach (fax 42-2-612-10325).
International High-Level Radioactive Waste Management Conference, Apr. 29-May 3, 1996, Las Vegas, Nevada, sponsored by the American Nuclear Society. Contact: ANS, Meetings Dept. 555 North Kensington Ave., La Grange Park, IL 60525 (fax 708-352-6464).
6th International Radiopharmaceutical Dosimetry Symposium, May 7-10, 1996, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Contact: Audrey T.S.-Stelson, Program Committee, Radiopharmaceutical Dosimetry Symposium, Radiation Internal Dose Information Center, EHSG, Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, P.O. Box 117, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0117 (phone 423-576-3450; fax 423-576-8673).
Training Course on "The Use of MCNP in Radiation Protection and Dosimetry," May 13-16, 1996, Bologna, Italy. Contact: Dr. Gianfranco Gualdrini, ENEA/AMB-IRP, Via dei Colli 16, I-40136 Bologna, Italy (phone: 39-51-609-8350; fax: 39-51-609-8348; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
2nd International Conference on Accelerator-Driven Transmutation Technologies and Applications, June 3-7, 1996, Kalmar, Sweden. Contact: Mr. Inger Ericson, Dept. for Radiation Sciences, Uppsala University, Box 535, S-751 21 Uppsala, Sweden (phone 46-18-183848, fax 46-18-183833; email email@example.com).
ENS Class 1 Topical Meeting on Research Facilities for the Future of Nuclear Energy, June 4-7, 1996, Brussels, Belgium. Contact: Mr. Jean-Marie Baugnet, CEN-SCK, Boeretang 200, B-2400 Mol, Belgium (phone 32-14-332412; fax 32-14-320513), or Mr. Hamid Ait Abderrahim, CEN-SCK, Boeretang 200, B-2400 Mol, Belgium (phone 32-14-332277; fax 32-14-321529; email firstname.lastname@example.org).
5th International Conference on Applications of Nuclear Techniques,--Neutrons in Research and Industry, June 9-15, 1996, Crete, Greece. Contact: George Vourvopoulos, Dept. of Physics, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY 42101 (phone 502-745-5277; fax 502-745-5062; email email@example.com) or Themis Paradellis, INP Demokritos, GR-15310, Aghia Paraskevi, Greece (phone 1-6518770; fax 1-6511215; email firstname.lastname@example.org)
Radiation Transport Using EGS4, June 10-13, 1996, a course offered by Montpellier II University in Montpellier, France. Contact: Jean Barthe, CEA/DTA/DAMRI, BP No 52, 91193 Gif-sur-Yvette, Cedex (phone 33-1-6908-9730; fax 33-1-6908-9533; email email@example.com).
Management & Disposal of Radioactive Waste, June 10-14, 1996, a course offered by the Harvard School of Public Health. Contact: Harvard School of Public Health, Office of Continuing Education, 677 Huntington Ave., LL-23, Dept. B, Boston, MA 02115-6023 (phone 617-432-1171; fax 617-432-1969; email firstname.lastname@example.org).
ANS Annual Meeting, June 16-20, 1996, Reno, Nevada. Contact: ANS, Meetings Dept. 555 North Kensington Ave., La Grange Park, IL 60525 (fax 708-352-6464).
12th Topical Meeting on the Technology of Fusion, June 16-20, 1996, Reno, Nevada. Contact: ANS, Meetings Dept. 555 North Kensington Ave., La Grange Park, IL 60525 (fax 708-352-6464).
Topical Meeting on DOE Spent Nuclear Fuel and Fissile Material Management, June 16-20, 1996. Contact: ANS, Meetings Dept. 555 North Kensington Ave., La Grange Park, IL 60525 (fax 708-352-6464).
Planning for Nuclear Emergencies, June 17-21, 1996, a course offered by the Harvard School of Public Health. Contact: Harvard School of Public Health, Office of Continuing Education, 677 Huntington Ave., LL-23, Dept. B, Boston, MA 02115-6023 (phone 617-432-1171; fax 617-432-1969; email email@example.com).
Occupational Internal Dosimetry, June 17-21, 1996, a course offered by Oak Ridge Associated Universities at Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Contact: Registrar, RIDIC, Oak Ridge Associated Universities, P.O. Box 117, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0117 (phone 423-576-3478).
Atmospheric Science & Radioactivity Releases, June 24-26, 1996, a course offered by the Harvard School of Public Health. Contact: Harvard School of Public Health, Office of Continuing Education, 677 Huntington Ave., LL-23, Dept. B, Boston, MA 02115-6023 (phone 617-432-1171; fax 617-432-1969; email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Meeting on Burnup Credit Criticality Safety Benchmarks, June 25-27, 1996, Paris, France. Contact: Dr. Enrico Sartori, OECD/NEA Data Bank, 12 boulevard des Iles, F-92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux, France (phone 33-1-4524-1072; fax 33-1-4524-1110; e-mail email@example.com).
SCALE Training Course, July 1-5, 1996, Stuttgart, Germany. Contact: Dr. Enrico Sartori, OECD/NEA Data Bank, 12 boulevard des Iles, F-92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux, France (phone 33-1-4524-1072; fax 33-1-4524-1110; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org).
38th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine, July 21-25, 1996, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Contact: Ms. A. R. Keyser, One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740-3846 (fax 301-209-0862).
Spectrum'96: Nuclear and Hazardous Waste Management International Topical, August 18-23, 1996, Seattle, Washington, Contact: Cheryl Thornhill at 509/375-2532 (web page at http://www.hanford.gov/ans/s96home.html).
7th International Symposium on Neutron Capture Therapy for Cancer, Sept. 4-7, 1996, Zurich, Switzerland. Contact: 7th International Symposium on Neutron Capture Therapy for Cancer, Inst. for Medical Radiobiology, August Forel-Strasse 7, CH-8029, Zurich, Switzerland (phone 41-1-3856511; fax 41-1-3856204; email email@example.com).
International Conference on Physics of Reactors, "Breakthrough of Nuclear Energy by Reactor Physics," PHYSOR '96, Sept. 16-20, 1996, Mito, Japan. Contact: Dr. Keichiro TSUCHIHASHI, Dep. Dir., Dept of Reactor Engg., JAERI, Tokai-Mura, Naka-Gun, Ibaraki-ken 319-11 Japan (phone 81-292-82-6120; fax 81-292-82-6122; email firstname.lastname@example.org).
12th Symposium on Microdosimetry - Interdisciplinary Meeting on Radiation Quality, Molecular Mechanisms, Cellular Effects and Health Consequences of Low Level Ionising Radiation, Sept. 29-Oct. 4, 1996, Oxford, United Kingdom. Contact: European Commission, DG XII/F/6, Dr. H. G. Menzel, rue de la Loi, 200, B-1049, Brussels, Belgium (fax 32-2-296-6256; email H.Menzel@mhsg.cec.be).
3rd Topical Meeting on Industrial Radiation and Radioisotope Measurements and Applications, IRRMA '96, Oct. 6-9, 1996, Raleigh, North Carolina. Contact: William L. Dunn, Quantum Research Services, Inc., Suite W, 5410 Apex Highway, Durham, NC 27713-9434 (phone 919-544-4952; fax 919-544-2918; email email@example.com)
9th International Symposium on Capture Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy and Related Topics, Oct. 8-12, 1996, Budapest, Hungary. Contact: Inst. of Isotopes. Nuclear Physics, G. Molnar, P.O. Box 77, H-1525, Budapest, Hungary (fax 36-1-275-4349; email CGS9@ALPHA0.IKI.KFKI.HU).
Specialists' Meeting on "In-Core Instrumentation and Reactor Core Assessment," Oct. 14-17, 1996, Mito, Japan. Contact: Dr. Pierre Nagal, OECD/NEA Data Bank, 12 blvd. des Iles, F-92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux, France (phone 33-1-4524-1082; fax 33-1-4524-1110; email firstname.lastname@example.org)
International Conference on Radiation and Health, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Nov 3-7, 1996, Beer Sheva, Israel. Contact: International Conference on Radiation and Health, Ortra Ltd, 2 Kaufman Street, Textile Center, POB 50432, Tel Aviv 61500, Israel. (Phone: 972-3-5177888, Fax: 972-3-5174433, E-mail: email@example.com
International Meeting of the American Nuclear Society and the European Nuclear Society, Nov. 10-15, 1996, Washington, DC. Contact: Meetings, ANS, 555 N. Kensington Ave., La Grange Park, IL 60525 (phone: 708-352-6611; fax: 708-352-6464).
Meeting of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine and the Radiologists Society of North America, Dec. 1-6, 1996, Chicago, Illinois. Contact: AAPM, One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20749-3846 (fax 301-209-0862).
7th International Symposium on Radiation Physics (ISRP-7), Feb. 24-28, 1997, Jaipur, India. Contact: Dr. Bikash c. Sinha, Director, Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, 1/AF Bidhan Nagar, Calcutta 700064, India (phone 91-33-37-0032; fax 91-33-34-6871).
International Conference on "Nuclear Data," May 19-23, 1997, Trieste, Italy. Contact: Dr. Gianni Reffo, E.N.E.A.-Centro Ricerche, Energia "E. Clementel", Centro Dati Nucleari V. Martiri di Monte Sole 4, I-40129 Bologna, Italy (phone 39-51-60-98-522; fax 39-51-60-98-785; email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine, July 27-31, 1997, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Contact: American Association of Physicists in Medicine, One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20749-3846 (fax 301-209-0862).
International Conference on "Future Nuclear Systems," Global '97, Oct. 5-10, 1997, Yokohama, Japan. Contact: Dr. Takehiko MUKAIYAMA, JAERI, Tokai-mura, Ibaraki-ken 319-11, Japan (phone 81-29-282-5325; fax 81-29-282-6181; email email@example.com).
Joint International Conference on "Mathematical Methods and Supercomputing in Nuclear Applications," Oct. 6-10, 1997, Saratoga Springs, New York. Contact: Dr. Richard Mendelson, KAPL, E6-216, P.O. Box 1072, Schenectady, NY 12301 USA (phone 518-395-7046; fax 518-395-4422; email firstname.lastname@example.org).