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Global tasks (first priority)

  Evaporation cascade: create Monte Carlo version

  ADA (Abrasion-Dissipation-Ablation) model creation

  Implementation of Intranuclear cascade (INC) model in LISE++ Windows

  The "MOTER" code development

  High order optics calculation: improvement, adaptation GICOSY format

Local tasks

  MOCADI A1900 configuration import to LISE++

   Write full LISE++ documentation.

  Wedge (including curved profile wedge) inclination.

  "Water" wedge procedure (wedge with one moving plane and filled by liquid).

  Three-body kinematics relativistic calculator.

  Develop a subroutine to calculate a reduced dispersion for large values of dP/P.

  Create more help-files.

  Possibility to use the angular momentum in fusion-fission & -evaporation calculations.

  Create possibility to Insert a material before the target. (to take into account energy loss, straggling, charge states)

  Development of a database of experimental data from various fission and fragmentation experiments.

Continue

  Create/Optimize LISE++ configuration files for different spectrometers. The authors hope to have help from experts of these laboratories for specific information (transport files, location and characteristics of detectors, emittance of primary beam, etc.).

  Continue work under “Universal parameterization of momentum distribution of projectile fragmentation products”.

Done from the previous list of tasks (version 9.1)

  Custom shape degrader

  Simultaneous Monte Carlo simulations of all nuclei
     already calculated by Distribution method

  LISE++ adaptation for Windows-64

  LISE++ installer adaptation for Windows-64

  New Monte Carlo dialog options: Envelopes

Done from the previous list of tasks (version 8.0)

  Develop a procedure to take into account secondary reactions in a wedge.

  Develop a new material block: secondary target.

  Transmission calculation through the spectrometer: Monte Carlo solution.

  Development of the two-body reaction mechanism in the code.

Done from the previous list of tasks (version 7.9)

  RF-deflector system (TOF selection).

  Solenoid (selection due to angular distribution).

  Development of the fusion-fission mechanism in the code.

Done from the previous list of tasks (version 7.5)

  Simultaneous using Abrasion-Fission and Coulomb fission in the code

  Development of Abrasion-Fission (nuclear fission) mechanism in the code.

  Reconsider the secondary reactions calculation mechanism in the target in case of Coulomb fission.

Done from the previous list of tasks (version 7.2)

  Incorporate the AME2003 atomic mass evaluation database

  Modify LISE's mass formula based on AME2003

Done from the previous list of tasks (version 7.1)

  Develop fission products kinematics in LISE++.

  Incorporate a new reaction mechanism: Coulomb Fission.