2016 Workplan


This expected workplan for the Low Energy EM WG has been prepared by both electromagnetic working groups.

(1) - June 2016
(2) - December 2016
(*) limited manpower
[STD] - in collaboration with the Standard EM working group

1) Livermore models
- upgrade of Livermore electron ionisation (2)
- implementation of sub-cut processor (2) [STD]
- finalize migration and testing of polarized gamma models to same software design as non-polarized Livermore models (2) 
- implementation of pair production in the electron field (2)

2) Penelope models
- update and management of physics processes (2)
- continue testing and validation (2)

3) Monash U. models
- complete the recalculation of atomic electron momentum PDFs and Compton profiles for elements Z= 1 to Z= 100 (2)
- development and implementation of a new low energy photoelectric absorption model (2) 

4) Geant4-DNA models
- cross section models for other materials and incident particles [STD] (2) 
- new chemistry models (2)
- new related examples (2)
- continue implementation of LEPTS models (2)

5) MicroElec models
- update to more easily implement different materials [STD] (2)

6) Atomic deexcitation
- expansion of M protons and alpha-particle ionization cross-sections approximation up to 1.0 GeV (2)

7) Validation
- validation of photon cross sections (2) 
- validation of Geant4-DNA cross sections (2) 
- validation of Geant4 for Protontherapy (2) 
- validation of Geant4 for Carbon Ion Therapy (2) 
- RBE modules for biological damage computation (2)

8) Other
- approximate model for electron stopping for energies below 30 keV (2)

These proposed items may or may not be delivered on time.

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