Comparison of transport codes has been the topic of several workshops starting from the ECT* meetings in 2004, 2006 and 2009, the Transport2014 meeting in Shanghai and several shorter meetings after that. (See [here] for a more complete description of the history and the current status.)
In this workshop we will, in particular, discuss comparisons for infinite nuclear matter (box calculations), which appear particularly suited to understand differences in simulation codes. We will follow the successful strategy of the earlier Transport Workshops requesting that specified calculations be done by participants before the meeting. Please contact the organizers if you are interested to participate in this homework with your code.
Homework 1 (collisions)
- Homework description (November, 2015).
- Questionnaire and request of updates (July, 2016).
- Pauli-blocking check (December, 2016).
Homework 2 (mean field)
Homework 3 (pions)
- Homework description (updated on March 24, 2017 for new Phase II).
If you need to know how to submit your results, please contact the organizers.