|Accelerator Knowledge Portal (AKP)|
The Accelerator Knowledge Portal (AKP) is IAEA's community driven website for the benefit of accelerator scientists, accelerator users and service providers worldwide. The knowledge portal offers not only a database of MV particle accelerators in the world, but it has several networking and community features in an attempt to bring together the accelerator community, as well as provide information to accelerator users and policy makers, too
|ADS Nuclear Data Library (ADS-Lib)|
Application Library for Accelerator Driven Systems. Application test library in ACE and MATXS format for ADS neutronics design
|Advanced Reactors Information System (ARIS)|
ARIS provides Member States with most up-to-date comprehensive and balanced information about all available advanced reactor designs.
ALADDIN is a database system to provide numerical atomic, molecular and plasma-material interactions data of interest to fusion research.
|Application of Safeguards TO Geological Repositories (ASTOR)|
The Application of Safeguards TO Geological Repositories - ASTOR The main objective of the ASTOR Group of Experts is to support the IAEA’s objective to obtain credible assurance that nuclear material and technology associated with geological disposal activities are not diverted from peaceful nuclear uses. This will be achieved through the provision of technical expertise and support in the development of safeguards procedures, measures and technologies to apply safeguards at geological repositories and associated facilities.
|Application of Soil Moisture monitoring eLearning|
The e-Learning course was developed to give a general knowledge on soil water and its measurement using nuclear and related techniques in soil water management and irrigation scheduling to enhance crop water productivity.
|Asian Nuclear Safety Network (ANSN)|
The primary objective of the ANSN is pooling, analyzing and sharing nuclear safety information, existing and new knowledge and practical experience among the participating countries.
|Atlas of Neutron Capture Cross Sections (NGATLAS)|
The NGATLAS contains neutron capture cross sections in the range 10-5eV - 20MeV as evaluated and compiled in recent activation libraries.
|Atomic and Molecular Bibliographic Data System (AMBDAS)|
Bibliographic database for atomic and molecular data for fusion research.
|Atomic Mass Data Center (AMDC)|
The "Atomic Mass Data Center" AMDC and its electronic bulletin aim at being a meeting place where information on masses (experimental, evaluation or theory) can be exchanged.
|Atomic Masses, Q-values, and Threshold Energies (QCALC)|
This Q-value calculation program allows you to calculate reaction Q-values and threshold energies and decay Q values based on the 1995 Update to the Atomic Mass Evaluation and to retrieve other quantities contained in this evaluation. 2003 atomic mass evaluation, NUBASE, PC-NUCLEUS
|Basic Professional Training Course on Nuclear Safety|
The Basic Professional Training Course on Nuclear Safety (BPTC) is intended to provide a broad overview of all the safety concepts and their application to nuclear power plants and research reactors design and operation.
|Charged Particle Cross Section Database|
For medical radioisotope production. Diagnostic radioisotopes and monitor reactions.
NNDC Online Data Service Manual and Data Citation Guidelines
|Collaborating Centres - IAEA|
A Web-platform on Collaborating Centres (Scope, Listing and an short description on each collaborating centre). An IAEA Collaborating Centre is an institution designated by an IAEA Deputy Director General to assist the IAEA in implementing its programme through an agreed plan of work in a relevant area of nuclear science and technology.
|Computer Index of Neutron Data (CINDA)|
Bibliographic references to measurements, calculations, reviews, and evaluations of neutron cross-sections and other microscopic neutron data. References to computer libraries of numerical neutron data.
|Connecting the Network of Networks for Enhanced Communications and Training (CONNECT)|
CONNECT provides a gateway and collaboration space for IAEA-sponsored networks, also called international communities of practice, to support capacity building in our Member States, increasing the participation of individuals and organizations involved in them, and making available additional sources of information which complement existing training.
|Contact Experts Group Database (CEGDB)|
The database has been developed to support informational exchange between the countries participating in the IAEA Contact Expert Group for International Radioactive Waste Projects in the Russian Federation (CEG).
|Coordinated Research Activities Website|
By bringing together research institutions in both developing and developed countries and sharing resources and expertise, the Coordinated Research Activity (CRA) programme helps foster the exchange of scientific and technical information while achieving a particular research agenda.
|Country Nuclear Power Profiles (CNPP)|
The CNPP covers background information on the status and development of nuclear power programmes in countries having nuclear plants in operation and/or plants under construction, and in countries actively engaged in planning such programmes.
|Database for Prompt Gamma-ray Neutron Activation Analysis (PGAA-IAEA)|
The database provides a variety of tables for all natural elements (from H to U) including the following data: isotopic composition, thermal radiative cross section (total and partial), Westcott g-factors, energy of the gamma rays (prompt and delayed), decay mode, half life and branching ratios.
|Database on Discharges of Radionuclides to the Atmosphere and Aquatic Environment (DIRATA)|
DIRATA is a worldwide centralized electronic repository of official records submitted by IAEA Member States. Dataset for each nuclear facility includes annual discharge and detection limits.
|Desalination Economic Evaluation Program 4.0 (DEEP)|
The Desalination Economic Evaluation Program DEEP is a tool made freely available by the International Atomic Energy Agency, which can be used for performance and cost evaluation of various power and water co-generation configurations. The new version, DEEP 4.0, adds a new user interface emphasizing its user friendliness for both newcomers and experts.
|Direct Application of Phosphate Rock (DAPR)|
In order to guide decisions and recommendations on the use of phosphate rock (PR) as fertilizer, predict their cost-effectiveness as a source of phosphorus for crop productivity and its long-term sustainability and environmental consequences of using soluble P and phosphate rocks.
|Directory of Radiotherapy Centres (DIRAC)|
The IAEA maintains a register of radiotherapy hospitals and clinical institutions having radionuclide and high-energy teletherapy machines. The information can be found in DIRAC (Directory of Radiotherapy Centres).
|ENDF-102 Data Formats and Procedures|
ENDF-102 Data Formats and Procedures for the Evaluated Nuclear Data File ENDF-6
|ENDF-6 Formats and Procedures|
Format rules for ENDF-6, the internationally agreed format for data files of evaluated nuclear reaction data
|ENDF Pre-processing Codes (PREPRO)|
The ENDF/B Pre-processing codes (PREPRO), is a collection of 16 computer codes.
ENDF File Verification Support Package
|Energy, Electricity, and Nuclear Power Reference System (RDS-1)|
Energy, Electricity and Nuclear Power Estimates for the Period up to 2030
|ENSDF Analysis and Utility Programs (ENSDF AU)|
ENSDF Analysis and Utility programs (ALPHAD, LOGFT, etc.)
|ENSDF and NSR Manuals (ENSDF)|
ENSDF Feb. 2001 version & NSR Aug. '96 version
Environet is the Network on Environmental Management and Remediation of the IAEA.
|Evaluated Nuclear Data File (ENDF)|
Core nuclear reaction database containing evaluated cross sections, spectra, angular distributions, fission product yields, photo-atomic and thermal scattering law data, with emphasis on neutron induced reactions.
|Evaluated Nuclear Structure Data File|
The ENSDF database contains evaluated nuclear structure and decay information for over 2900 nuclides. The file is updated on a continuous basis. New evaluations are published in Nuclear Data Sheets.
|Experimental Nuclear Reaction Data (EXFOR)|
The EXFOR library contains an extensive compilation of experimental nuclear reaction data. The library contains data from more than 15,000 experiments.
|Food Contaminant and Residue Information System (FCRIS)|
FCRIS is a chemical food contaminant resource of the Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture. It focuses on Codex food standards/guidelines and reducing the incidence of food trade rejections as a result of chemical contaminants and violative levels of residues.
|Food Irradiation Treatment Facilities Database (FITF)|
The Food Irradiation Treatment Facilities (FITF) database is a compilation of information maintained by the Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture.
|Fuel Incident Notification and Analysis System (FINAS)|
The Fuel Incident Notification and Analysis System (FINAS) is an international system jointly operated by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Nuclear Energy Agency of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD/NEA).
|Fundamentals and Basic Professional Training Courses: Basic Safety Concepts|
This Electronic textbook has been made available to the interested reader in order to support self-study for those who are unfamiliar with basic nuclear engineering. The target audience of this textbook are the general public and the scientific international community
|Fundamentals and Basic Professional Training Courses: Reactor Physics|
This Electronic textbook has been made available to the interested reader in order to support self-study for those who are unfamiliar with basic nuclear engineering.
|Fundamentals and Basic Professional Training Courses: Thermal Hydraulics, Heat Transfer|
This Electronic textbook has been made available to the interested reader in order to support self-study for those who are unfamiliar with basic nuclear engineering.
|Fusion Evaluated Nuclear Data Library (FENDL-2.1)|
Contains selected evaluated nuclear data files in ENDF-6 format.
|General Internet Search Engine for Atomic Data (GENIE)|
GENIE is a web search engine for numerical atomic data for fusion and atomic physics research.
|Global Assessment of Nuclear Data Requirements (GANDR)|
Global Assessment of Nuclear Data Requirements or GANDR is a IAEA Nuclear Data Section Data Development Project.
It is a set of computer programs which generate correlation matrices which rank the accuracy of various types of nuclear data.
|Global Network of Isotopes in Precipitation and Isotope Hydrology Information System (GNIP/ ISOHIS)|
The GNIP is an interesting tool for climatological (interpretation of paleorecords), atmospheric (validation of global circulation models) and hydrological (large regional and global scale water balances) studies.
|Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network (GNSSN)|
The Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network (GNSSN) is one element of the Global Nuclear Safety and Security Framework (GNSSF).
|Global Safety Assessment Network (GSAN)|
The Safety Assessment Section (SAS) within the Division of Nuclear Installation Safety (NSNI) has established the Global Nuclear Safety Assessment Network (GSAN) to facilitate focused collaboration on safety assessment capacity building in support of global nuclear safety harmonization, especially in the expanding and developing nuclear programmes worldwide.
The GovAtom web site is an Agency service to Member States' representatives. It provides them with on-line documentation on the work of the Board of Governors and its Committees.
Registration and access to the GovAtom web site are restricted to members of the IAEA Board of Governors, the staff of the Permanent Missions of IAEA Member States, and individuals in the competent authorities of IAEA Member States.
|Guidelines on Field Measurement of Soil Water |
This Guideline provides guidance and assessment on soil water sensing in terms of Methods, Instrumentation and Sensor Technology under laboratory and field conditions.
|Human Factors in Design and Construction Regulatory Perspective|
This is a workshop on further needs in the area of Management Systems, Safety Culture, Leadership and Preoperational stages of Nuclear Projects taken at the technical meeting in April 2008 at the IAEA in Vienna, Austria
|Human Health Campus|
The Human Health Campus is an Educational and Resources website for Health Professionals in Radiation Medicine (Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Imaging, Radiation Oncology, and Medical Radiation Physics) and Nutrition.
|IAEA Library Catalogue of Resources|
The IAEA Library Catalogue of Resources provides bibliographical, location and availability information about the Library's collection of books, journals, films and videos, selected technical reports and documents and electronic information resources.
|IAEA NDS documentation series|
Index to the IAEA-NDS-Documentation Series
|IAEA Nuclear Data Library / Thermal Scattering Law|
The calculations of the thermal scattering law data
|IAEA Nuclear Safety Standards Training Modules|
These modules promote a clearer understanding of IAEA Safety Standards and safety-related documents. Technical areas covered are Regulatory Control (RC), Operational Safety (OS), Safety Assessment (SA) and Research Reactors (RR). The PowerPoint Presentations and video synchronized slides provide materials for instruction and as an update for operational and regulatory staff of nuclear facilities.
The target group is Trainers in NPP regulation and operations.
Two DVDs with Video-Synchronized Power Point Presentations can be requested via this link.
|IAEA Photonuclear Data Library|
Cross sections and spectra up to 140MeV
|IAEA Safety Standards on Management Systems - particularly DS349|
This is a workshop on further needs in the area of Management Systems taken at the technical meeting in April 2008 at the IAEA in Vienna, Austria
|Incident Reporting System for Research Reactors (IRSRR)|
The Incident Reporting System for Research Reactors (IRSRR) is an international system through which participating Member States exchange operational experiences to improve the safety of the research reactors. Please go to WBIRSRR Contact point to obtain access to IRSRR.
|Integrated Nuclear Fuel Cycle Information System (iNFCIS)|
The IAEA operates a number of nuclear fuel cycle related databases and a simulation system for long-term projections of nuclear fuel cycle material and service requirements.
Their purpose is to provide Member States, the IAEA, and public users with current, consistent, and readily accessible information for planning activities related to the nuclear fuel cycle.
|International Catalogue of Sealed Radioactive Sources and Devices (ICSRS)|
The IAEA has developed the International Catalogue of Sealed Radioactive Sources and Devices (ICSRS) to become a comprehensive catalogue of manufacturer's data on sealed radioactive sources and the devices in which they are or can be used.
|International Database on Insect Disinfestation and Sterilization (IDIDAS)|
Provides information on the doses of radiation applied for these purposes to mites and insect pests of crops and veterinary and human importance. It includes data on both the doses required for the phytosanitary irradiation (disinfestation) of fresh and durable commodities infested with specific pests, and also the radiation doses used to induce sterility (sterilization) in target pests.
|International Knowledge Base on Nuclear Graphite Properties (NGKB)|
The aim of this knowledge base is to support the preservation and sharing of expert knowledge and experience, across the international Graphite Community.
|International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale (INES)|
The International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale (INES) is a tool for promptly communicating to the public in consistent terms the safety significance of reported nuclear and radiological incidents and accidents, excluding naturally occurring phenomena such as radon.
|International Nuclear Information System (INIS)|
The International Nuclear Information System (INIS) was established in 1969 by the IAEA, in collaboration with interested Member States and some international organizations.
|International Reactor Dosimetry File|
The objective of the project is to prepare and distribute a standardised, updated and benchmarked evaluated cross section library of neutron dosimetry reactions with uncertainty information (IRDF-2002) for use in lifetime management assessments of nuclear power reactors and other applications.
|International Reporting System for Operating Experience (IRS)|
The International Reporting System for Operating Experience (IRS) is an international system through which thirty-one participating countries exchange experience to improve the safety of nuclear power plants by submitting event reports on unusual events considered important for safety.
InTouch allows registered users to complete and maintain their professional profile online, and to apply for a fellowship, scientific visit, training course or meeting, or for expert/lecturer assignments.
|Ion Beam Analysis Nuclear Data Library (IBANDL)|
Contains most of the available experimental nuclear cross-sections relevant to Ion Beam Analysis. Excitation functions are presented both as graphs and data files.
|Irradiated Food Authorization (IFA) Database (IFA)|
The Irradiated Food Authorizations (IFA) database is a compilation of information maintained by the Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture.
|Knowledgebase for Atomic, Molecular and Plasma-Material Interaction Data For Fusion (AMDIS-W)|
This is a wiki-style knowledge base on the relevant information for atomic, molecular and plasma-material interaction data for fusion applications. The knowledge base gives a short description on the data needs and data sources for fusion applications as well as special topics of IAEA Coordinated Research Projects, Workshops or other relevant activities.
|LeaderShip and Culture Presentation on Workshops|
This is a workshop on further needs in the area of Leadership and Culture taken at the technical meeting in April 2008 at the IAEA in Vienna, Austria.
|LiveChart of Nuclides - Advanced version|
LiveChart is an interactive chart of the nuclides - nuclear structure and decay properties of all known nuclides are presented through a user-friendly graphical interface. Most of the accessible data are taken from the Evaluated Nuclear Structure Data File (ENSDF), which is the most authoritative and up-to-date database in this area. In addition, other data of interest, e.g. thermal neutron cross sections, nuclear moments and radii can also be displayed.
|Marine Information System (MARIS)|
The IAEA's Marine Information System is a relational database, based on GIS (Geographical Information System), covering the distribution of radioactive and stable isotopes, and in the near future also other tracers (organic compounds, trace metals) in the marine environment.
|Medical Internal Radiation Dose Tables (MIRD)|
Nuclear Decay Data in the MIRD Format
|Minor Actinide Property Database (MADB)|
The Minor Actinide Property Database (MADB) is a bibliographic database on physico-chemical properties of selected Minor Actinide (MA) compounds and alloys.
|Minsk Actinides Library (MINSK)|
Evaluated neutron reaction data (Maslov et al.)
|Mutant Germplasm Repository (MGR)|
Joint service of the IAEA and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Registry and distribution system for plant breeders and geneticists of important crops induced to mutate using radiation or chemicals.
|Mutant Varieties Database (MVD)|
Joint service of the IAEA and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Technical details of crop mutant varieties suitable for breeding programmes and genetic analysis.
|Net Enabled Waste Management Database (NEWMDB)|
The Net Enabled Waste Management Database (NEWMDB) contains information on national radioactive waste management programmes, plans and activities, relevant laws and regulations, policies and radioactive waste inventories.
|Neutron Cross-section Standards |
Neutron cross section standards are important in the measurement and evaluation of all other neutron reaction cross sections. Not many cross sections can be defined as absolute - most are measured relative to the cross section standards. The most recent evaluations were completed in 2005 and a report was published in 2007 (STI/PUB/1291). Further information can be found in Nuclear Data Sheets Volume 110, Issue 12, December 2009, Pages 3215-3324.
|Neutron Metrology File (NMF-90)|
The Neutron Metrology File (NMF-90) [1,2] is an integrated database for performing neutron spectrum adjustment (unfolding) calculations.
|Nuclear Data for Safeguards|
This data collection contains selected nuclear data for actinides and fission products as well as fission product yields for safeguards applications.
|Nuclear Events Web-based System (NEWS)|
NEWS stands for Nuclear Events Web-based System and is an IAEA-supported communication channel on the Internet. The system is run by the IAEA and co-sponsored by the Nuclear Energy Agency of the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD/NEA) and World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO).
|Nuclear Fuel Cycle Information System (NFCIS)|
|Nuclear Fuel Cycle Simulation System (NFCSS)|
The Nuclear Fuel Cycle Simulation System (NFCSS), formerly known as VISTA, is a scenario-based computer model for the estimation of fuel cycle material, service requirements and actinide arisings.
|Nuclear Instrumentation Portal (NSIL Portal)|
Here you can find resources and be part of our community on a wide variety of Nuclear Science and Instrumentation topics. Materials and resouces include Document and Software archives containing find manuals, documents and teaching materials on a wide range of subjects.
This site is operated and maintained by staff of the Nuclear Science & Instrumentation Laboratory (NSIL), Seibersdorf, part of the Department of Nuclear Applications, Division of Physical & Chemical Sciences (NAPC), Physics Section (PH).
|Nuclear Medicine Database (NUMDAB)|
The IAEA maintains a register of the Nuclear Medicine facilities and the status of nuclear medicine practice around the world. To access this information, please consult NUMDAB.
|Nuclear Reaction Model Code (EMPIRE-II)|
Modular system of nuclear reaction codes for advanced modeling of nuclear reactions using various theoretical models.
|Nuclear Safety Action Plan Platform (NSAT)|
The objective of this Platform is to provide a mechanism to enhance the transparency of the activities associated with implementing the IAEA Action Plan on Nuclear Safety and to improve the dissemination of safety related technical and technological information among Member States for the purpose of enhancing nuclear safety worldwide.
|Nuclear Science References (NSR)|
The NSR database is a bibliography of nuclear physics articles, indexed according to content and spanning nearly 100 years of research.
|Nuclear Security Information Portal (NUSEC)|
The Nuclear Security Information Portal (NUSEC) is an important new resource developed by the IAEA to support nuclear security efforts worldwide. NUSEC is designed to facilitate communication and provide the most up-to-date information on the Agency's activities related to nuclear security.
|Nuclear Wallet Cards|
NuDat allows users to search and plot nuclear structure and nuclear decay data interactively
|OSART Good Practices (OSART)|
This is a compilation of good practices from recent published OSART mission reports and is aimed at helping Member States upgrade operational safety.
|Overview of Nuclear Safety Standards|
This course is based on lectures from the Regional Workshop on the IAEA Nuclear Safety Standards.
|Photon and Electron Interaction Data|
Photon Interaction Data (EPDL), Atomic Relaxation Data (EADL), Electron Interaction Data (EEDL), Excitation Data (EXDL) and Photon Anomalous Scattering factors (ASF)
|Plataforma IberoAmericana Nuclear de Operadores en el área de Seguridad (PIANOS)|
It is a regional web-based collaboration platform supporting the development of Iberoamerican nuclear operators staff working community of practice.
|Pointwise Data (POINT2012)|
|Post Irradiation Examination Facilities Database (PIE)|
PIE is a technical catalogue of Post Irradiation Facilities (hot cells) worldwide. It includes a complete survey of the main characteristics of hot cells and their PIE capabilities.
|Power Reactor Information System (PRIS)|
PRIS is a comprehensive data source of nuclear power reactors in the world. It includes specification and performance history data of operating reactors as well as reactors under construction and those being decommissioned.
|Publications on Nuclear Data Topics|
Database contains reports from the meetings organized by IAEA Nuclear Data Section, progress reports submitted to the International Nuclear Data Committee (INDC) and other technical reports related to nuclear data.
|Radiation Protection of Patients (RPOP)|
Information to help health professionals achieve safer use of radiation in medicine for the benefit of patients.
| Radioactive Waste Operations Benchmarking System (WWER)|
The WWER Radioactive Waste Benchmarking System (WWER Benchmarking System) was established in response to IAEA TECDOC-1492, which was published in 2006 and highlights the importance of establishing industry-wide standards and guidelines for waste minimization, including source reduction, reuse, and volume reduction.
|Reference Input Parameter Library (RIPL-3)|
RIPL-3 is devoted to input parameters needed in calculations of nuclear reactions and nuclear data evaluations.
The numerical data and computer codes included in RIPL-3 are arranged in seven segments: MASSES contains ground-state properties of nuclei for about 9000 nuclei. DISCRETE LEVELS contains 117 datasets (one for each element) with all known level schemes, electromagnetic and y-ray decay probabilities available from ENSDF in October 2007.
|Reference Neutron Activation Library (RNAL)|
RNAL is a library of evaluated cross sections for neutron induced reactions leading to radioactive products.
|Reference Products for Environment and Trade (RPST)|
The results of analytical measurements play a vital role in our daily lives. Analytical data may be the basis upon which economic, legal or environmental management decisions are made, and they are essential in international trade, environmental protection, safe transportation, law enforcement, consumer safety and the preservation of human health.
|Regulatory Control of Nuclear Power Plants (NPPs)|
This is an electronic textbook providing training courses and workshops in the field of regulatory control of nuclear power plants and to provide support to member states with their training activities.
|Research Reactor Database (RRDB)|
The IAEA's Research Reactor Database (RRDB) contains administrative, technical and utilization information on over 670 research reactors including critical and sub-critical assemblies in 69 countries and the European Union.
|RIAS User Community|
This website has been created to bring together the RIAS community to share their audit programmes, experiences, practices, documentation and potentially coordinate activities such as training and workshops.
|Safety in Radiation Oncology (SAFRON)|
SAFRON is a voluntary safety reporting and learning system for radiotherapy. It aims to enable global shared learning from safety related events and safety analysis, in order to improve the safe planning and delivery of radiotherapy.
|Safety in Radiological Procedures (SAFRAD)|
SAFRAD is an educational reporting system for high exposures in fluoroscopically-guided interventional procedures. It meets a global need for a voluntary anonymous reporting system for radiological events.
|Secondary Standards Dosimetry Laboratory Network (SSDL)|
The IAEA/WHO Network of Secondary Standards Dosimetry Laboratories (SSDL Network) was established in 1976 as a joint project between the IAEA and the World Health Organization (WHO).
|Sistema Internacional sobre Contaminantes y Residuos en Alimentos (SICRA)|
SICRA the Spanish version of INFOCRIS provided an ideal Internet tool to improve awareness of successful case studies. SICRA uses a common set of Divisional resources to address issues from production to consumption.
|Site and Seismic Safety (ISSC)|
The seismic safety of nuclear installations has received substantial attention in the IAEA within the framework of its statutory functions for establishing IAEA Safety Standards and assisting Member States in their application.
Spallation reactions are nuclear reactions in which a heavy nucleus emits a large number of nucleons as a result of being hit by a high-energy particle.
|Standing Advisory Group for Safeguards Implementation (SAGSI)|
The Standing Advisory Group on Safeguards Implementation (SAGSI) is an advisory group to the IAEA Director General (DG) that was established in 1975. SAGSI advises the DG on technical aspects of IAEA safeguards. In particular, SAGSI considers and provides advice on technical objectives and implementation parameters of IAEA safeguards, particularly with a view to assuring their continued validity in the light of changing technical, legal and political circumstances.
SAGSI also makes recommendations to the DG on how to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of specific safeguards implementation practices in meeting these technical objectives, taking into account available resources; and considers and provides advice on technical aspects of new types of verification missions for the Agency, related to nuclear material.
SAGSI is composed of up to 20 members, each of whom is appointed by the DG. Consultations are held prior to the appointment between the Director General and the government of which the proposed SAGSI member is a national. Each member of SAGSI is a recognised expert in the area of IAEA safeguards.
|Stopping Power for Light Ions|
A collection of data, graphs and computer programs dealing with the ranges of various ions in materials, it mostly covers light ions of hydrogen and helium, but actually extends as far as uranium.
|Support Programme Information and Communication System (SPRIGS)|
The Support Programmes Information and Communication System, SPRICS ver. 2.0 is a task and workflow administration system that enables collaboration between the IAEA and Member State Support Programmes (MSSPs), which help the Department of Safeguards to achieve its strategic objectives through the provision of extra-budgetary funding, services, research, development, and expertise.
|TC Country Profile|
A website for registered users which provides, at the Country level, online and up-to-date combined information (general, financial, statistical and links) about the technical cooperation programme and activities. Register >> Click Here
A website for registered users both within the Agency and in Member States, which provides detailed information about all ongoing and completed projects as well as various summary financial reports for Agency staff.
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|TC Programme Cycle Management Framework (PCMF)|
A platform for registered users to develop and manage TC projects from project concept submission through project design, approval, implementation and evaluation. It provides all stakeholders with access to their projects and facilitates interaction between members of the project team.
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The external Web Site of the Department of Technical Cooperation, which is open to the public at large and contains news and highlights; summary project information; application forms in MS Word and PDF and publications.
|Tephritid Workers Database (TWD)|
Tephritid fruit flies are becoming increasingly important, due to the economic importance of many species and their threat to fruit and vegetable production and trade worldwide.
|The International Regulatory Network (RegNet)|
The International Regulatory Network is the Portal for web-based international cooperation among nuclear safety and security regulators. RegNet supports national and international actors in sharing of regulatory knowledge, practices and information and in fostering collaboration on nuclear safety and security matters.
|Thermal Neutron Capture Gamma-rays|
The energy and photon intensity of gamma rays as seen in thermal-neutron capture are presented in two tables, one in ascending order of gamma energy and second organized by Z, A.
|Thermo-Physical Materials Properties Database of LWRs and HWRs (THERPRO)|
The THERPRO database is a web-based online database on materials for light and heavy water reactors, providing material properties to the registered/authorized users in IAEA Member States.
|Training Course on Management Systems based on GS R-3|
The objective of this training course on management systems is to help managers and decision makers to implement integrated management systems Target user: Managers and decision makers
|Training for Regulatory Bodies|
This resource provides training for regulatory bodies. To see the topics that are covered, click on details.
|Training material on TRIGA Research Reactors|
The material is specifically directed at TRIGA fuelled reactor facilities and should only be used as information by other facilities.
|Training packages for specialized events|
Here you can find training packages for specialized events which have been developed by the Division of Radiation, Transport and Waste Safety.
|Training Resources and Materials|
This page compiles main links to training resources and materials available to the Member States through the different departments of the IAEA.
|Two-body relativistic kinematics code (LARELKIN)|
This interactive and self-explaining computer program allows the relativistic calculation of two-body reactions. A data base (2003 International Atomic Mass Tables) supplies mass values for reactions within the Periodic System.
|Unified System for Information Exchange in Incidents and Emergencies (USIE)|
The Unified System for Information Exchange in Incidents and Emergencies (USIE) is an IAEA web portal for Contact Points of States Parties to the Convention on Early Notification of a Nuclear Accident and the Convention on Assistance in Case of a Nuclear Accident or Radiological Emergency and of IAEA Member States to exchange urgent information during nuclear and radiological incidents and emergencies, and for officially nominated INES National Officers to post information on events rated using the International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale (INES).
|WATEC Members Site (WATEC)|
The WATEC Members Site is a collaboration space for current members of the International Radioactive Waste Technical Committee (WATEC).
|WIMSD-IAEA Library (WIMSD)|
The idea for a project to update the multi-group nuclear data input library of the WIMS code grew out of discussions between the participants, lecturers and directors of the Joint IAEA/ICTP Workshop on Reactor Physics Calculations for Applications in Nuclear Technology.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), in co-operation with the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), is conducting since 1961 a worldwide survey of hydrogen and oxygen isotope contents in precipitation, known as the Global Network of Isotopes in Precipitation (GNIP). The main objective of this activity is the systematic collection of basic data on the isotopic contents in precipitation at a global scale.
|Workshops on Sharing of Knowledge and Experience|
In order to facilitate knowledge and experience exchange, NIS training has facilitated the production of video presentations and other materials from training workshops below for whose content the IAEA takes no responsibility.
|World Distribution of Uranium Deposits (UDEPO)|
World Distribution of Uranium Deposits (UDEPO) is a database of uranium deposits in the world. UDEPO contains information on the classification, geological characteristics, geographical distribution and technical characteristics of the uranium deposits worldwide.
|World-Wide Directory of SIT Facilities (DIR-SIT)|
DIR-SIT has been established with the objective of aiding the retrieval of information on facilities in the world mass rearing sterile insects, for purposes of using them to develop autocidal approaches or as part of operational area-wide integrated pest management programmes integrating the sterile insect technique, inherited sterility and related biological control approaches. For each facility and target pest the database compiles information on production capacity, the radiation process, quality control parameters and dosimetry. The major groups of insect pests for which DIR-SIT includes mass rearing information are fruit flies, mosquitoes, moths screwworm flies, and tsetse flies.
Interactive plotting of nuclear data