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Novice & Extended Examples


The mandate of Geant4 Novice & Extended working group is the following:

  1. Coordinate the design, implementation and maintenance efforts of N&E examples;
  2. Ensure the Geant4 toolkit functionalities, options and controls are well mapped into the examples;
  3. Maintain scenarios to organize the structure of the N&E examples;
  4. Ensure the code quality of the examples, provide coding guidelines to developers, and organize the code review;
  5. Ensure cross-references between examples;
  6. Communicate with documentation WG coordinator to ensure N&E examples and documentation cross-referenced.

 

The Working Group is currently composed by:

  • Ivana Hrivnacova, IN2P3/IPN Orsay (coordinator)
  • Alexandr Howard, CERN, ETH Zurich (deputy coordinator)
  • John Allison, Manchester University, STFC (Science and Technology Facilities Council), UK
  • Pedro Arce Dubois, CIEMAT
  • Makoto Asai, SLAC (run, event, and detector response)
  • Flore Chappuis, CHUV Lausanne, Switzerland
  • G. A. Pablo Cirrone, INFN LNS
  • Gabriele Cosmo, CERN (geometry and transport, persistency)
  • Laurent Desorgher, Physikalisches Institut, University of Bern
  • Milos Dordevic, Vinca Institute, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Sebastien Incerti, IN2P3
  • Vladimir Ivanchenko, CERN, RAS, Tomsk State University Russia  (standard electromagnetic physics)
  • Michel Maire, IN2P3/LAPP
  • Koichi Murakami, KEK (user and category Interfaces)
  • Witold Pokorski, CERN
  • Jose Ramos-Mendez, University of California, San Francisco
  • Alberto Ribon, CERN
  • Dousatsu Sakata, National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology (QST), Japan
  • Igor Semeniouk, IN2P3/LLR
  • Hoang Tran, Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûréte Nucléaire, Paris
  • Marc Verderi, IN2P3/LLR (materials and generic processes)
  • Carmen Maria Villagrasa Canton, Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûréte Nucléaire, Paris
  • Julia Yarba, Fermilab

Work plans

WG documents