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Small Class Size, A Computer for Every Student, Taught by MCNP Experts, Excellent Training Materials for Future Reference


Ben Mirza This is a very hands on workshop with plenty of detailed practical examples helping me to progress significantly further than I thought I would in just one week. Much of this progress should be attributed to Randy, the workshop tutor. His teaching style is excellent, the depth of knowledge he has is remarkable and he took the time to clearly explain concepts if they were not understood by all. VisEd is a incredible tool for MCNP users and I would recommended this workshop to anyone wishing to learn more about MCNP/VisEd, regardless of their experience. Thanks Randy for a fantastic workshop!
Ben Mirza - Magnox, UK, January 2015
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November 5-9, 2007

November 2007 Vised Class

Randy Schwarz - Visual Editor Consultants - Instructor

Tadashi S. Kaneko - UC Irvine

Cary Renquist - Eckert & Ziegler Isotope Products.

Eddie Zanrosso - Eckert & Ziegler Isotope Products.

Zhian Li - US NRC.

Mike Tesic - Boulder systems

 

Testimonials:

This is a great introductory course for new users with little to no experience with MCNP. The class is structured for efficient learning by example, Randy and Alysia are both very knowledgeable and helpful instructors, and the Visual Editor is an invaluable tool for learning and understanding the MCNP code. Great class!

Tadashi Kaneko - UC Irvine

Other pictures from the class.


Class Location:

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  Back of the hotel - the class meets just inside the double doors.

Classroom - each student has their own computer and an additional monitor which shows the instructors screen.

Front of the hotel.

  View of the river from the classroom doors..