5th International Workshop on Nuclear Data Covariances, 2020 (CW2020)
September 7 to 11, 2020, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
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History of covariance workshop:
This workshop is the fifth one in a series, started 2008 in Port Jefferson, USA by BNL, and continued in 2011 in Vienna, Austria by the Vienna University of Technology, hosted in 2014 in Santa Fe, USA by LANL and in 2017 in Aix en Provence, France by CEA. The CW2020 workshop is planned to take place at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech.), Tokyo, Japan during September 7-11, 2020, one month after the 2020 Tokyo Olympic game.
Purpose of CW2020:
The purpose of this workshop is to bring together key scientists in the field of nuclear data measurement and evaluation, statistical analysis, nuclear reaction theory, reactor physics, and other relevant applications to review recent developments in nuclear data evaluation methodology where uncertainty quantification is involved, to assess and discuss open questions, and to exchange our ideas and expertise relevant to the covariance data. This opportunity will be particularly important for identifying areas of future cooperation amongst the participants. The workshop scope is open to contributions on a wide variety of nuclear data observables (cross sections, fission yields, energy and angle spectra, etc.), from the resonance range up to high energy range as well as for light to heavy elements.
The workshop will take place at the Multi-Purpose Digital Hall in the west area of Tokyo Institute of Technology, Ookayama, Tokyo, Japan.
Multipurpose Digital Hall, Tokyo Institute of Technology
There are 2 ways to reach Multipurpose Digital Hall: follow the blue dotted line in the map of the previous page from Tokyu Ookayama station through Main Gate, or follow the red dotted line from Tokyu Midorigaoka station through Midorigaoka Gate. From both stations it will take within 5 minutes on foot.Please notice that Ookayama may be written often as Oookayama or O-okayama. It should be pronounced as “oh-Okayama".
Both of Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) and New Tokyo International Airport (Narita) can be used to come to Tokyo. Haneda airport is closer to central Tokyo (including Tokyo Tech Ookayama campus), but there will be more flights reaching Narita airport worldwide. From both Haneda and Narita, you can take a bus and/or trains to come to Tokyo Tech area, including Meguro, Shinagawa and Oimachi. For accommodation, we recommend you to stay somewhere in Meguro or Oimachi (as shown below).
Banquet is scheduled at Meguro Gajoen in the evening of Sep. 9,
2020. The fee is included in the
1-8-1 Shimomeguro, Meguro, Tokyo 153-0064
Meguro Gajoen (copyright: Google map)
Proceedings will be published as an issue in “EPJ Web of Conference”.
template in Word is here
Use A4 or equivalent sheet.
TeX users please shape your abstract as close as the above
template. Give title, author list and
their affiliation, then give your abstract within 1 page in MS Word or pdf
file. The file should be named as “your_family_name-CW2020-abstact”. Please upload your abstract file from the registration page before April 30, 2020. In case you wish to modify the uploaded
abstract, please send your revised version to . International advisory board members will
review your abstract and notice accept/reject/oral/poster categorization.
Registration should be done here before April 30, 2020.
Please reserve appropriate hotels at your preference. We normally recommend hotels in Meguro or Oimachi, from where you can take a train to come to Ookayama directly. Here is a list of recommended hotels for guests visiting Tokyo Tech.:
Princess Garden Meguro
Abest Hotel Meguro
Inn Tokyo Oimachi
Tokyu Stay at Meguro-Yutenjii
If you stay at this hotel, you should first take Tokyu Toyoko line to go to Jiyugaoka station, then, change to Tokyu Oimachi line to come to Midorigaoka or Ookayama station;
Before August 7
Students without salary: 10,000JPY
Accompanying persons attending the banquet: 15,000JPY
After August 7
Students without salary: 20,000JPY
Accompanying persons attending the banquet: 20,000JPY
The fees include banquet, box lunches + drinks, coffee breaks and
Payment can be done by clicking "Registration fee" button.
Climate and dress code:
The climate of mid September in Japan is still hot and humid. We are in a period of "cool biz", so we recommend the participants to wear no necktie nor suits.
Theffore, the dress code is "casual." Please feel free to visit Tokyo Tech. in your comfortable style.
Institute of Innovative Research, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Satoshi Chiba (Tokyo Tech.)
Osamu Iwamoto (JAEA)
Denise Neudecker (LANL)
Allan Carlson (NIST), Eric Bauge, Cyrille De Saint Jean, Gilles Noguere (CEA), Donald L. Smith (ANL), Pino Palmiotti (INL), Dave Brown (BNL), Morgan White, Toshihiko Kawano (LANL), Roberto Capote (IAEA), Michael Fleming (OECD-NEA), A. Plompen (IRMM), Ge Zhigang (CIAE), Young-Ouk Lee (KAERI), Go Chiba (Hokkaido U.), Yukinobu Watanabe (Kyushu U.), Tokio Fukahori, Kenji Yokoyama (JAEA)
Futoshi Minato, Atsushi Kimura (JAEA), Tatsuya Katabuchi, Jun Nishiyama, Chikako Ishizuka, Ken-ichi Tosaka, Atsushi Nezu (Tokyo Tech.)
Atsuko Tsuchihashi (Tokyo Tech.)
Deadline for registration and abstract submission: April 30, 2020
Notification of acceptance/rejection of presentation: June 30, 2020
Deadline for early payment: August 7, 2020
Deadline for late payment: August 31, 2020
Deadline for full paper submission: September 7, 2020
Notification of review results: November 30, 2020
Submission of final form of paper: January 15, 2021
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