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As you probably know the research into neutrino interactions with nuclei is an active field of investigation and crucial to any type of long base line neutrino oscillation experiment. The bulk of that problem domain would be all but solved if G4 had a validated neutrino interaction package. It doesn't. Code exists in other packages and there is a whole industry with a series of conferences, NUINT 01,02 and 04:
"International Workshops on Neutrino-Nucleus Interactions at the Few GeV Region".
The URLs are:
The reaction products of these other packages can be fed to G4, or one can arrange to use this code as the 'primary event generator' for G4, or even more ideal, such code could be rewritten in the context of a 'G4 process' attached to neutrinos. Any volunteers?
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