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1 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California JPL introduction 4th Geant4 Space Users’ Workshop and 3 rd Spenvis Users’ Workshop November 6, 2006 Insoo Jun Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology

2 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis JPL is part of NASA and Caltech Federally (NASA)-owned “Federally-Funded Research and Development Center” (FFRDC) University (Caltech)-operated $1.5 billion business base 5000 employees and contractors 177 acres 134 buildings and 57 trailers 670,000 net square feet of office space 860,000 net square feet of non-office space (e.g., labs)

3 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis JPL history mosaic s s JPL today

4 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis JPL staff composition by job classification and academic degree in Qtr 1 FY 2006 Staff composition by job classification for 5355 employees (4975 FTEs) R&D staff distribution by academic degree for 3687 employees

5 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis JPL funding distribution for FY06 $1.550 billion business base By NASA Office or Other SponsorBy Implementing JPL Directorates Percentages based on actual funding received through February 2006

6 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis Eighteen spacecraft and five instruments across the solar system (and beyond). Ulysses and ACRIMSAT studying the sun Spitzer studying stars and galaxies in the infrared Two Voyagers on an interstellar mission Mars Global Surveyor, Mars Odyssey, and MRO in orbit around Mars. “Spirit” and “Opportunity” in extended missions. Cassini studying Saturn QuikScat, Jason 1, CloudSat, and GRACE (plus ASTER, MISR, AIRS, MLS and TES instruments) monitoring Earth. GALEX surveying galaxies in the ultraviolet Deep Impact carrier continuing after hitting comet Tempel 1 Stardust carrier continuing after sample return

7 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis JPL Upcoming Events QuikScat, Jason 1, CloudSat, and GRACE (plus ASTER, MISR, AIRS, MLS and TES instruments) monitoring Earth.

8 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis Geant4 Use at JPL Surface radiation environment at the Moon and Mars Galileo Heavy Ion Counter (HIC) simulation SIM CCD simulation Device simulation for SEE evaluation …….

9 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis Special thanks goes to….. NASA Electronic Parts and Packaging Program (NEPP) JPL Reliability Engineering Office Mission Environment Group For sponsoring the workshop.

10 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis Final Program: 4 th Geant4 Space Users’ Workshop and 3 rd Spenvis Users’ Workshop

11 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis Monday Program 07: :30 Breakfast 07: :00 Registration 09: :30 Opening Session and Geant4 Session I (Chair: Shawn Kang/Tom Jordan) –09:00 Welcome Address (I. Jun, NASA JPL) –09:15 Recent Developments in Geant4 Kernel (M. Asai, SLAC) –10:00 Recent Developments in Geant4 Standard EM (V. Ivanchenko, CERN) –10:30 Coffee/Tea –11:00 Recent Developments in Geant4 Low-E EM (M.G. Pia, INFN-Genova) –11:30 Recent Developments in Geant4 Hadronics (D. Wright, SLAC) –12:00 Status and Plans for Geant4 INCL/ABLA Implementations for Ions (A. Heikkinen, HIP) 12: :00 Lunch Break 14: :00 Geant4 Session II (Chair: Giovanni Santin/Petteri Nieminen) –14:00 Overview of Ion Physics and requirements for space applications (P. Truscott, QinetiQ) –14:30 Development Plan of Geant4 Ion Physics (T. Koi, SLAC) –15:00 Heavy Nucleus Fragmentation Theory and Experiment, and its Importance to Understanding the Space Environment (M. Mendenhall, Vanderbilt Univeristy) –15:30 Coffee/Tea –16:00 GEANT4 Dose Mapping Tool for Space Applications (S. Ibarmia, INTA) –16:30 Radiobiological Models Implementation in GEANT4 (B. Mascialino, INFN Genova) –17:00 GEANT4 Anthropomorphic Phantoms (S. Guatelli, INFN Genova) –17:30 GEANT4 Validation Model for Radiation Shield Protection of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic (CFRP) with Wolfram Laminate (F. Garcia, HIP)

12 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis Tuesday Program 07: :30 Breakfast 08: :30 Registration 08: :30 Geant4 Session III (Chair: Randall Swimm/Martin Ratliff) –08:30 An Update on the Goodness-of-Fit Statistical Toolkit (S. Guatelli, INFN Genova) –09:00 Simulation for LHC Radiation Background: Optimization of Monitoring Detectors and Experimental Validation (S. Guatelli, INFN Genova) –09:30 ESA Space Physics List: Unification of Physics Configurations of GRAS and MULASSIS (V. Ivanchenko, CERN) –10:00 Novice: Status 2006 (T. Jordan, E.M.P. Consultants) –10:30 Coffee/Tea –11:00 Geant4 Microdosimetry for Aerospace Radiation Effects (P. Truscott, QinetiQ) –11:30 GEANT4 and the Vanderbilt Radiation Effects Simulation Strategy, RADSAFE (R.A. Weller, Vanderbilt University) –12:00 Applications of RADSAFE for Single Event Effects Analysis (R.A. Reed, Vanderbilt University) 12: :00 Lunch Break 14: :00 Geant4 Session IV (Chair: Pete Truscott/Tatsumi Koi) –14:00 Space Environment Simulations of COMPTON Telescopes - Status and Outlook (A. Zoglauer, UC Berkeley) –14:30 GEANT4 Simulation for the Study of the Origins for the Background of the X-Ray CCD Camera On-board the Suzaku Satellite (T. Anada, JAXA) –15:00 Radiation Shielding Simulation for Interplanetary Manned Missions (S. Guatelli, INFN Genova) –15:30 Coffee/Tea –16:00 GEANT4 Application for Japanese Space Science Missions from 2006 to Future (M. Ozaki, JAXA) –16:30 Energetic particle instrument development using Geant4 (D. Haggerty, JHUAPL) –17:15 Ongoing and Planned ESA Geant4 Activities (G. Santin/P. Nieminen, ESA)

13 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis Wednesday Program 07: :30 Breakfast 08: :30 Registration 08: :30 Geant4-Spenvis Joint Session I (Chair: Makoto Asai/Dennis Wright) –08:30 Geant4 physics validation - 1 (V. Ivanchenko, CERN) –08:55 Geant4 physics validation - 2 (M.G. Pia, INFN Genova) –09:20 Geant4 physics validation - 3 (T. Koi, SLAC) –10:00 Geant4 validation on proton stopping power (T. Aso, TNCMT) –10:30 Coffee/Tea –11:00 Validation of ion physics in Geant4 against carbon (T. Sasaki, KEK) –11:30 Solar Energetic Particle Environment Modelling Activities At ESA (A. Glover, ESA/ESTEC) –12:00 Total Ionising Dose Environment for a Jovian Mission Using GEANT4 (S. Kang, JPL) 12: :00 Lunch Break 14: :00 Geant4-Spenvis Joint Session II (Chair: Insoo Jun/Makoto Asai) –14:00 The New JPL Interplanetary Solar High-Energy Particle Environment Model (I. Jun, JPL) –14:30 Why and How to update the JPL91 Interplanetary Proton Cumulated Fluence Model? (Glover, ESA/ESTEC) –15:00 The Solar Energetic Particle Environment: How to Transition from Science to International Standard Models (S.B. Gabriel, Univ. Southampton) –15:30 Coffee/tea –16:00 Engineering Models for Galactic Cosmic Rays and Solar Protons: Current Status (S.B. Gabriel, Univ. Southampton) –16:30 Radiation environment and effects models implemented in ESA's Space ENVironment Information System (SPENVIS) (B. Quaghebeur, Belgisch Instituut voor Ruimte-Aeronomie) –17:00 Recent developments in Geant4 Visualization (J. Perl, SLAC) –17:30 Geant4 Technical Forum - Requirements from space users to Geant4 - Discussion on Geant4 implementation issues in SPENVIS 19:00 Banquet at The Athenaeum, CalTech

14 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis Thursday Program 07: :30 Breakfast 08: :30 Registration 08: :00 Spenvis Users' Workshop (Chair: Robert Singleterry) –08:30 SPENVIS Utilisation in Education at the Department of Space Science, Lulea University of Technology (J. Ejemalm, Lulea University of Technology) –09:00 Radiation Modelling Activities at JPL (H. Garrett, JPL) –10:00 Coffee/Tea –10:30 Update and recent developments on SPENVIS (B. Quaghebeur, BIRA) –11:15 Discussion and Workshop Conclusions 12: :00 Lunch Break 13: :00 JPL Tour –Bus departs the workshop site at 13:00 sharp. –For non-US citizen of 18 or older, a passport is required. For US citizen of 18 or older, government-issued photo- ID is required. –The tour includes considerable walking and stair climbing. –Cameras are allowed on the tour and photographs may be taken at any area visited.

15 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 11/6/2006Geant4/Spenvis Friday Program 07: :30 Breakfast 08: :30 Geant4 Short Course (Chair: Makoto Asai) –08:30 Guided Tour of Geant4 Physics List Based on Advanced Examples (M.G. Pia, INFN-Genova) –09:15 Guided Tour of Geant4 Physics List Based on Process / Model Catalogue (D. Wright, SLAC) –10:00 Scorer and Sensitive Detector Filter (T. Aso, TNCMT) –10:30 Coffee/Tea –11:00 Nested Parameterization Volume (M. Asai, SLAC) –11:30 Visualization (J. Perl, SLAC) –12:00 Q/A 12:30 Adjourn


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