The course and PHITS license are completely free of charge. These tutorials, including a lot of practical exercises, are mostly dedicated to PHITS beginners, who would like to start using PHITS. In order to participate to the tutorials, please be sure to have a proper network environment with which you can stably run a Zoom client.
Please follow the instructions below to register for the tutorials.
Please type your full name including your middle names. Please use your institutional email address (free addresses such as Gmail cause problems afterwards). In the message body, please write about the calculation you would like to practice during “Run your own simulation” sessions, such as “Detector performance simulation”, “Accelerator shielding design”, etc. If you are a foreigner living in Japan more than 6 months, please write the name and E-mail address of your Japanese supervisor in the “message body”. If the webform does not work (i.e. you do not receive an automatic reply), please send the registration information to email@example.com .
PHITS license application
Please select 2-1, 2-2 or 2-3 depending on your status.
2.1 For foreigners living in Japan more than 6 months Access to https://phits.jaea.go.jp/annai-tutorial.html Follow the instruction there. Please ask your Japanese supervisor to help you out.
2.2 For PHITS non-users or users with Ver.3.09 or older (i.e. everyone except the users whose PHITS license was granted after April 2019 by JAEA) Access to https://phits.jaea.go.jp/howtoget.html Send the form from https://phits.jaea.go.jp/contact/edit/en selecting “Submission of license application form” category. If the webform does not work, please send the format to firstname.lastname@example.org .
2.3 For PHITS users with Ver.3.10 or newer (i.e. the users whose PHITS license was granted after April 2019 by JAEA) You can download the latest version later. Please wait for the follow-up messages.
What is PHITS?
PHITS (Particle and Heavy Ion Transport code System) is a general purpose Monte Carlo particle transport simulation code developed under collaboration between JAEA, RIST, KEK and several other institutes. It can deal with the transport of all particles over wide energy ranges, using several nuclear reaction models and nuclear data libraries. PHITS can support your researches in the fields of accelerator technology, radiotherapy, space radiation, and in many other fields which are related to particle and heavy ion transport phenomena. (detail, pdf 9.5MB)
How to refer to PHITS?
Please explicitly write the version of PHITS you used, and refer the following document in context of using any version of PHITS.
Tatsuhiko Sato, Yosuke Iwamoto, Shintaro Hashimoto, Tatsuhiko Ogawa, Takuya Furuta, Shin-ichiro Abe, Takeshi Kai, Pi-En Tsai, Hunter N. Ratliff, Norihiro Matsuda, Hiroshi Iwase, Nobuhiro Shigyo, Lembit Sihver and Koji Niita
Features of Particle and Heavy Ion Transport code System (PHITS) version 3.02, J. Nucl. Sci. Technol. 55, 684-690 (2018).
This is an open access article, and you can download it from here.Please also refer the following about benchmark calculations, when you discuss about the accuracy of PHITS.
Yosuke Iwamoto, Tatsuhiko Sato, Shintaro Hashimoto, Tatsuhiko Ogawa, Takuya Furuta, Shin-ichiro Abe, Takeshi Kai, Norihiro Matsuda, Ryuji Hosoyamada and Koji Niita
Benchmark study of the recent version of the PHITS code, J. Nucl. Sci. Technol. 54, 617-635 (2017).
Request PHITS tutorial
You can request to organize PHITS tutorial courses outside Japan subject to following conditions
1, All participants must submit the license agreement form of PHITS prior to the tutorial
2, All participants should not belong to institutes related to weapon research
3, Organizer (or participants) cover the traveling expense and accomodation cost of the lecturer (normally one person)
To request for PHITS tutorial, please contact PHITS office.
We are waiting for your request!