GitLab, GitHub, Discourse, documentation, web
Review of updates and developments to the CMake build system.
Review of first year of Git and GitLab for developing Geant4.
validationi tools - future developments
physics lists developements
physics lists user documentation
What's new, what's next ?
Survey of various hadronic models and their validation, starting with the high energy ones (the FTF and QGS string models), then the intermediate ones (intranuclear cascade models, BERT, BIC, INCL), and then the low-energy ones (Precompound, de-excitation, etc.).
Review of biasing and fast simulation activities
Overview presentations of last year's progress in electromagnetic and hadronic physics
Progress in both low and high energy electromagnetic physics will be presented.
A discussion of last year's progress in high energy hadronic physics
A discussion of last year's progress in low energy hadronic physics
Physics lists, physics validation
Continuation of the survey of various hadronic models and their validation, starting with the high energy string models, ones, then the intermediate, intranuclear cascade models ones, and then the low-energy ones.
Detailed Agenda is managed in the other Indico event.
New EM physics models, options, and tools
Update, discuss and plan the near-term development items. Items include but not limited to:
- Sub-event parallelism
- Unified tracking mechanism for exotic particles (ions, muonic atoms, radicals, hyper-nuclear, phonon, e/h)
- Revisit / retreat production thresholds and physics process framework
- Refactoring transportation
We will take advantage of this session to make it mainly a working session. Speakers are requested to prepare short presentations that underline the key points to be addressed during the discussions.
Plans for documentation, supported formats, division of material between guides
update, plans, contributions....
We will discuss the current and planned R&D activities related to the evolution of Geant4 to cope with new computing challenges.
Covering more details of the low-energy nuclear models - such as precompound, de-excitation, particle-hp, QMD, radioactive decay, etc. - that have been not fully discussed in the previous two sessions, plus any other topic relevant to nuclear physics.
A discussion of last year's progress in the the high precision particle models
A report on last year's progress in the radioactive decay process, models and database
Progress in the precompound and deexcitation models will be discussed
1) Results and issues from experiments and user domains, 2) Performance profiling and benchmark (tools and applications), 3) Discussions
Technical aspects of hadronic physics - such as CPU performance, memory footprint and churn, memory leaks, non-reproducibility, code structure, multi-threading, etc. - will be covered here, plus remaining topics that were not sufficiently discussed in the other three sessions.
Discussion on recent EM validation results and requirements
Evolution of navigation, Field transport tuning & control, Review of open issues