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List of Deliverables

Nr.[1] Deliverable name WP Nature[2] Dissemination level[3] Delivery date[4] Status
13.1 First Nuclear Resonance Analysis school 13 R PU 3 DONE
13.2 CHANDA website. 13 R PU 3 DONE
13.11 Project Presentation. 13 R PU 3 DONE
13.12 Project "Communication Action Plan". 13 R PU 3  
4.1 Minutes of the PAC1 meeting. 4 R PU 4 DONE
4.2 Minutes of the PAC2 meeting. 4 R PU 7 DONE
3.1 Report describing existing nuclear data target laboratories facilities and their capabilities. 3 R PU 12 DONE
3.2 Report on existing of radioactive isotope providers, capabilities and deficiencies. 3 R PU 12 DONE
10.1 Report on sensitivity analysis of MYRRHA with list of key reactions. 10 R PU 12  
11.1 Report on critical parameters. 11 R PU 12  
4.3 minutes of the PAC3 meeting. 4 R PU 13  
3.3 Proceedings of the workshop of existing installations dedicated to target development and manufacturing showing the balance between supply and needs. 3 R PU 18  
10.2 Report on comparison of evaluated libraries and identification of existing experimental data. 10 R PU 18  
13.8 1st periodic reporting. 13 R PU 18  
4.4 Minutes of the PAC4 meeting. 4 R PU 19  
1.1 Report on common vision and research roadmap for the EU nuclear data research. 1 R PU 24  
5.1 TAA User status report. 5 R PU 24  
6.1 Scientific Visitors status report. 6 R PU 24  
8.1 Comprehensive progress report on the setup and method developments of WP8. 8 R PU 24  
9.1 Report on the procedure for the inclusion of angular distributions into the covariance scheme. 9 R PU 24  
10.3 Report on improvements made to existing evaluations. 10 R PU 24  
13.3 Second Nuclear Resonance Analysis school. 13 R PU 24  
7.1 Supply of the NFS container for the transport of actinide samples. 7 R PU 25  
4.5 Minutes of the PAC5 meeting. 4 R PU 25  
3.4 Report on the new equipment prepared for target fabrication/characterization. 3 R PU 28  
7.2 Report of 16 Flash ADC channels supply and integration in the n_TOF EAR2 DAQ. 7 R PU 28  
10.4 Report on the validation of improved data libraries. 10 R PU 30  
13.4 One open training course on nuclear data for science and technological applications. 13 R PU 30  
4.6 Minutes of the PAC6 meeting. 4 R PU 31  
7.3 Report of the supply of the 4 Total Energy Detectors and its commissioning at n_TOF EAR2. 7 R PU 32  
7.4 Report of the feasibility study of the high efficiency neutron capture detector for the n_TOF EAR2 and of the validation tests. 7 R PU 32  
7.5 Report of the supply of the Neutron Beam Monitor and its commissioning at n_TOF EAR2. 7 R PU 32  
7.6 Report of the NFS commissioning. 7 R PU 32  
2.1 Report on the possible synergies with other domains of applications and fundamental nuclear physics. 2 R PU 36  
3.5 Report on new targets fabricated. 3 R PU 36  
8.2 Report on the measurement with the Total Absorption Calorimeter and fission micromegas detector of the neutron induced fission cross section of 235U at n_TOF. 8 R PU 36  
9.2 Report on sensitivity/uncertainty analysis for an up-to-date reactor design. 9 R PU 36  
10.5 Report with recommendations for the JEFF project. 10 R PU 36  
13.9 2nd periodic reporting. 13 R PU 36  
4.7 Minutes of the PAC7 meeting. 4 R PU 37  
1.2 Report and recommendations on the feasibility of different options for sustainable management structure for the EU nuclear data R&D activities and capabilities. 1 R PU 42  
3.6 Report on a proposal for a long lasting international nuclear data target network. 3 R PU 46  
13.5 Report on dissemination activities. 13 R PU 47  
1.3 Report on nuclear data priorities for increased safety of nuclear systems. 1 R PU 48  
2.2 Report with propositions on possible future structuring. 2 R PU 48  
5.2 TAA User status report. 5 R PU 48  
6.2 Scientific Visitors status report. 6 R PU 48  
8.3 Report on the new fission setups at EAR2/n_TOF, NFS and AIFIRA. 8 R PU 48  
8.4 Report on the new setups for neutron scattering and (n,xn) measurements. 8 R PU 48  
9.3 Open source software package TALYS-2.0, fully applicable to all nuclear systems of interest, with all improved theoretical ingredients implemented. 9 R PU 48  
8.5 Report on the performance of the setups for measuring the β-delayed γ-rays with a Total Absorption Gamma Ray Spectrometer and for measuring the β-delayed neutrons with the 4π neutron long counter. 8 R PU 48  
9.4 Report on the CONRAD methodology and comparison with traditional Bayesian methods. 9 R PU 48  
11.2 Report on uncertainties of critical parameters. 11 R PU 48  
12.1 Analysis of new microscopic and integral (MINERVE) measurements for a set of isotopes. 12 R PU 48  
8.6 Report on the new setups for measuring fission yields. 8 R PU 48  
9.5 Report on the extended procedure for experimental and theoretical uncertainty handling. 9 R PU 48  
11.3 Report on experimental data from PSI sample analysis. 11 R PU 48  
12.2 Report on benchmarking results of propagation methods on a set of integral experiments. 12 R PU 48  
11.4 Models implemented into transport codes and report on their improved capabilities. 11 R PU 48  
12.3 Report on dedicated results of data assimilation of Integral Measurements. 12 R PU 48  
11.5 Report on the design of an advanced experimental setup for spallation reactions. 11 R PU 48  
12.4 Report on feasibility, with optimization of the new infrastructure requirements and description of specific capacities for experiments. 12 R PU 48  
11.6 Report on the different possible methodologies to estimate uncertainties. 11 R PU 48  
13.10 Final periodic reporting. 13 R PU 48  
13.6 Final report of the project. 13 R PU 48  

 

Nr.[1] Deliverable name WP Nature[2] Dissemination level[3] Delivery date[4] Status
1.1 Report on common vision and research roadmap for the EU nuclear data research. 1 R PU 24  
1.2 Report and recommendations on the feasibility of different options for sustainable management structure for the EU nuclear data R&D activities and capabilities. 1 R PU 42  
1.3 Report on nuclear data priorities for increased safety of nuclear systems. 1 R PU 48  
2.1 Report on the possible synergies with other domains of applications and fundamental nuclear physics. 2 R PU 36  
2.2 Report with propositions on possible future structuring. 2 R PU 48  
3.1 Report describing existing nuclear data target laboratories facilities and their capabilities. 3 R PU 12 DONE
3.2 Report on existing of radioactive isotope providers, capabilities and deficiencies. 3 R PU 12 DONE
3.3 Proceedings of the workshop of existing installations dedicated to target development and manufacturing showing the balance between supply and needs. 3 R PU 18  
3.4 Report on the new equipment prepared for target fabrication/characterization. 3 R PU 28  
3.5 Report on new targets fabricated. 3 R PU 36  
3.6 Report on a proposal for a long lasting international nuclear data target network. 3 R PU 46  
4.1 Minutes of the PAC1 meeting. 4 R PU 4 DONE
4.2 Minutes of the PAC2 meeting. 4 R PU 7 DONE
4.3 minutes of the PAC3 meeting. 4 R PU 13  
4.4 Minutes of the PAC4 meeting. 4 R PU 19  
4.5 Minutes of the PAC5 meeting. 4 R PU 25  
4.6 Minutes of the PAC6 meeting. 4 R PU 31  
4.7 Minutes of the PAC7 meeting. 4 R PU 37  
5.1 TAA User status report. 5 R PU 24  
5.2 TAA User status report. 5 R PU 48  
6.1 Scientific Visitors status report. 6 R PU 24  
6.2 Scientific Visitors status report. 6 R PU 48  
7.1 Supply of the NFS container for the transport of actinide samples. 7 R PU 25  
7.2 Report of 16 Flash ADC channels supply and integration in the n_TOF EAR2 DAQ. 7 R PU 28  
7.3 Report of the supply of the 4 Total Energy Detectors and its commissioning at n_TOF EAR2. 7 R PU 32  
7.4 Report of the feasibility study of the high efficiency neutron capture detector for the n_TOF EAR2 and of the validation tests. 7 R PU 32  
7.5 Report of the supply of the Neutron Beam Monitor and its commissioning at n_TOF EAR2. 7 R PU 32  
7.6 Report of the NFS commissioning. 7 R PU 32  
8.1 Comprehensive progress report on the setup and method developments of WP8. 8 R PU 24  
8.2 Report on the measurement with the Total Absorption Calorimeter and fission micromegas detector of the neutron induced fission cross section of 235U at n_TOF. 8 R PU 36  
8.3 Report on the new fission setups at EAR2/n_TOF, NFS and AIFIRA. 8 R PU 48  
8.4 Report on the new setups for neutron scattering and (n,xn) measurements. 8 R PU 48  
8.5 Report on the performance of the setups for measuring the β-delayed γ-rays with a Total Absorption Gamma Ray Spectrometer and for measuring the β-delayed neutrons with the 4π neutron long counter. 8 R PU 48  
8.6 Report on the new setups for measuring fission yields. 8 R PU 48  
9.1 Report on the procedure for the inclusion of angular distributions into the covariance scheme. 9 R PU 24  
9.2 Report on sensitivity/uncertainty analysis for an up-to-date reactor design. 9 R PU 36  
9.3 Open source software package TALYS-2.0, fully applicable to all nuclear systems of interest, with all improved theoretical ingredients implemented. 9 R PU 48  
9.4 Report on the CONRAD methodology and comparison with traditional Bayesian methods. 9 R PU 48  
9.5 Report on the extended procedure for experimental and theoretical uncertainty handling. 9 R PU 48  
10.1 Report on sensitivity analysis of MYRRHA with list of key reactions. 10 R PU 12  
10.2 Report on comparison of evaluated libraries and identification of existing experimental data. 10 R PU 18  
10.3 Report on improvements made to existing evaluations. 10 R PU 24  
10.4 Report on the validation of improved data libraries. 10 R PU 30  
10.5 Report with recommendations for the JEFF project. 10 R PU 36  
11.1 Report on critical parameters. 11 R PU 12  
11.2 Report on uncertainties of critical parameters. 11 R PU 48  
11.3 Report on experimental data from PSI sample analysis. 11 R PU 48  
11.4 Models implemented into transport codes and report on their improved capabilities. 11 R PU 48  
11.5 Report on the design of an advanced experimental setup for spallation reactions. 11 R PU 48  
11.6 Report on the different possible methodologies to estimate uncertainties. 11 R PU 48  
12.1 Analysis of new microscopic and integral (MINERVE) measurements for a set of isotopes. 12 R PU 48  
12.2 Report on benchmarking results of propagation methods on a set of integral experiments. 12 R PU 48  
12.3 Report on dedicated results of data assimilation of Integral Measurements. 12 R PU 48  
12.4 Report on feasibility, with optimization of the new infrastructure requirements and description of specific capacities for experiments. 12 R PU 48  
13.1 First Nuclear Resonance Analysis school. 13 R PU 3 DONE
13.10 Final periodic reporting. 13 R PU 48  
13.11 Project Presentation. 13 R PU 3 DONE
13.12 Project "Communication Action Plan". 13 R PU 3  
13.2 CHANDA website. 13 R PU 3 DONE
13.3 Second Nuclear Resonance Analysis school. 13 R PU 24  
13.4 One open training course on nuclear data for science and technological applications. 13 R PU 30  
13.5 Report on dissemination activities. 13 R PU 47  
13.6 Final report of the project. 13 R PU 48  
13.8 1st periodic reporting. 13 R PU 18  
13.9 2nd periodic reporting. 13 R PU 36  

 


 

[1] Deliverable numbers in order of delivery dates. Numbering convention [WP number].[number of deliverable within that WP]. For example, deliverable 4.2 would be the second deliverable from work package 4.

[2] Nature of the deliverables: R = Report, P = Prototype, D = Demonstrator, O = Other.

[3] PU = Public, PP = Restricted to other programme participants (including the Commission Services). RE = Restricted to a group specified by the consortium (including the Commission Services). CO = Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including the Commission Services).

[4] Measured in months from the project start date (T0 = month 1).