MCViNE: Monte Carlo Virtual Neutron Experiments
MCViNE is a versatile Monte Carlo neutron ray-tracing program that provides researchers with tools for performing computer modeling and simulations that mirror real neutron scattering experiments.
Current and past developers include
Jiao Lin, Li Li, Alta Fang, Ian Lumsden, Garrett Granroth, Alex Dementsov, Pete Peterson.
Gabriele Sala, Islam Fahima,
Doug Abernathy, Matt Stone,
Adam Aczel, Yien Yiu,
Garrett Granroth and Brent Fultz
The development of the MCViNE software was begun at Caltech
under the DANSE project supported by the NSF award DMR-0520547.
Continuing development and research on applications of MCViNE
have been supported by
the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Basic Energy Sciences,
the Scientific User Facilities Division.